Material which was on the home page.
Jonathan Jones on the Stuckists + pic of 2001 Turner demo. See his Guardian blog 25.11.10
Transparency in the art world by Charles Thomson on Counterpunch (2.3.11)
Katherine Rose, director of Flow Education and Culture Consultants, in a talk, Dimensions in British contemporary art 1990 to 2010, at the British Library, Hyberabad, India (3.2.11): "Stuckism, founded in 1999, is one of the many major movements that influenced the art scene in Britain." Report on Indian Express (4.2.11)
Vine's finest moment in The
Guy Denning, Stuckist artist, in The Independent (5.8.10)
This site is one of Spoonfed's Top 10 London Art Blogs - though "Not strictly speaking a blog". (27.7.10)
debate with art critic Richard Cork, Stuckist
co-founder Charles Thomson talked about the
Muir in The
Guardian (5th item), 15.6.10, on Stuckism, Billy
Johnstone, Eileen Cooper RA, Mark
D (aka Randall) and Stella
"go fuck yourself" Vine.
Mark D exhibits an "ominous" work (image left) in the Royal
Academy Summer Show 2010. See here.
Brisbane Gallery of Remodernism announced. Info here.
Michael Dickinson guilty of insulting the Turkish Prime Minister
with a collage, sentenced to 14 months jail, commuted to a fine. (9.3.10).
Michael Dickinson interview on BBC World Service Europe Today
9.3.10. Listen online
here (item starts at 13.50). Reports on BBC here
here. Photos here.
It's the start of Turner Prize purgatory 2010: Evening Standard Londoner's Diary (5.5.10)
Martin Creed generously donates instructions for an empty room with a light going on an off to the Tate: Independent (23.4.10)
Ben Davis on Artnet (April 2010) reviews Billy Childish's show at White Columns in New York and his connection with Stuckism.
Conflict of interest as defined by a Turner Prize winner: Sunday Times 31.1.10
A. Forster bitches about the Stuckists in Sacramento News & Review (7.1.10)
And Adrian Searle rants about the Stuckists in The Guardian (1.2.10)
How to pronounce Stuckism - BBC guide
Childish, co-founder of the Stuckists in 1999 (he left in 2001)
Charles Thomson predictions for 2011 on Spoonfed (16.12.10) (4th item)
Charles Thomson's predictions for 2010 on Spoonfed 22.12.09
M.E. Murphy changes artistic direction through Stuckism. Read it here 22.12.09
Spanish Hartista Stuckists one year anniversary paint demo
"The Stuckists are a group of postmodern figurative painters who hate mainstream postmodernist art, but whose reaction against it also falls within postmodernism." Momus 13.10.08
Jesse Richards writes on Remodernist Film in Mungbeing (Oct 2009).
Jonathan Jones blogs on anti-art and Stuckism in The Guardian 29.9.09.
was in the London Big Issue article last week (14.9.09) in
the manifesto article.
Edgeworth Johnstone (Other Muswell Hill Stuckists) quoted in The Sunday Times (9.8.09) on fake African artist.
Meanwhile the Caversham Stuckists like beer and art.
Michael Dickinson's talk on "Turkish jail hell": The Journal (31.7.09). See also: Michael Dickinson flees Turkey to avoid prosecution for his Good Boy collage after last September's acquittal is overturned. The collages were exhibited at the Stuckist show, Not the Groucho Club.
Alan Watkins in The Independent (mis)uses the term Stuckists (29.7.09)
Art Hate week (now over): Ed
Winkleman comments on Billy Childish and Stuckism (20.7.09).
Jasper Winn's letter in The Guardian (13.7.09) sums up recent art history as "Decorative. Avant-garde. Landscape. Photo-realist. Capriccio. Modern. Figurative. Deco. Video. Stuckist. And, now, the art formerly known as Plinth."
Turner Prize 2009: The Flatline Prize here.
Stuckism is perfect decoration for your home says Jessica Ackerman.
Art critic, David Lee, appeared on TV show Big Brother on 2 July 2009 to rate 3 paintings, 2 by house residents and one (unknown to him) by a 6 year old, which he placed 3rd. Actually, it was the best one. Report on Mypark mag, video here.
Find out where the Tate money goes.
Futurism show at the Tate and the Stuckist manifesto. See here
The Daily Telegraph (12.6.09): satire on "Germaine Greer here.
and Stuckism on BBC
Ben Lewis mentions Stuckists in The Observer (19.4.09)
Spoonfed quotes Stuckists on Gormley's gormless idea for the stupid plinth. See here (16.3.09).
Paul Myners, ex Tate Chairman, all change, no difference: Independent (3.3.09) (bottom story)
YBAs: Lucky Kunst or Lucky Cunts? Review on 3ammagazine.com (24.2.09)
Renowned triavialist Paul Paquet on punk poets, including the Medway Poets. See Trivia Bits (23.2.09)
Cruises: hoist the Unjolly Roger on Counterpunch
Cauty of KLF, Jamie Reid (Sex Pistols graphics) and Billy Childish on
wave a red rag at Damien Hirst, who threatened
legal action against a 16 year old for using his jewel skull in
send images as JPGs at 72dpi and no more than 650 pixels wide to email@example.com
the first Heyokamagazine
Award. See where Hirst gets his ideas from John LeKay here
catches up at last.
is in the 6th form and explains: "I spent the morning in History
of Art class learning that some people believe that pickling animals
is a form of art. The Stuckists disagree, apparently. I am so concerned
that I actually have to write an essay on this for an exam: it seems
a little unrealistic." Blog here.
closed after 15 seconds of fame.)
What's in store for 1999? Read on spoonfed 19.12.08 - Stuckist prediction at bottom of the page
Charles Thomson, Stuckist co-founder, was on BBC London radio 94.9 FM on Christmas Day, 7.15 - 10.00 pm, Tessa Dunlop show.
Bad photos of drawings by Laura Mathews on her blog 18.12.08 (see above for her in demo pics)
Charles Thomson and Stuckism on Bloomberg (19.11.08)
Why does David Ross, Deputy Chairman of Carphone Warehouse, have his photo in the National Portrait Gallery collection? Evening Standard 11.12.08.
Kari Seid, recent founder of the first Stuckist group in South Africa says: "Stuckism has freed me from the bounds of the conceptual gallery centred power-seat which predominates in contemporary art today. Before i stumbled upon the "Stuckist Manifesto" in a bookstore in an arbitrary place in Lakeside Cape Town, I had been in the throws of a severe Artist's Block for more that two years, and ready to hang up my paintbrush in disillusionment forever. I identified with the Manifesto in every way. It breathed life into my tired soul, gave me hope and a new reason to paint again. I am NO LONGER stuckstuckSTUCK, and am inspired to call myself a STUCKIST as all that matters to me now is painting paintingPainting!"
Thomson, Stuckist co-founder, was on a panel discussing "Will the
recession be good
Georgina Hall paints portraits of Stuckists as a homage to the movement, Leeds Met Uni here.
"savage satires by Mark D, Nottingham's own Stuckist who's sticking a rigid digit up at celebrity culture" - Nottingham Evening Post (24.10.08) reviewing Open at The Art Organisation gallery, Nottingham.
Meanwhile take the Stuckism quiz.
Billy Childish in The Sunday Times 12.10.08 + "influential" Stuckists.
Polly Toynbee decides "stuckist" is a handy world in political commentary and Robert Philpot answers back - Etymology 8.10.08
Stella Vine, Rupert Mallin, Cathy Lomax, Billy Childish, Gina Bold: Herr Von Stuck's Hot Gossip
Spain speaks out - International News 6.10.08
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Read about Karachi Stuckist, Asim Butt (who recently visited London),
NEWS FROM ELSEWHERE
Photos of the Stuckist Poets reading at the Sun and Doves, Brixton, (14.4.08) on flickr (first 8 photos)
"Get Stuck on Art" in the Waltham Forest Guardian 25.6.08
Stuckist artist Paul Harvey's work follows in the footsteps of Alphonse Mucha in new poster campaign for Job cigarette papers. See Crain's (16.6.08) and newswire, and Paul's work on the Job site. A poster in situ here.
Eye on Art: What is Stuckism? with the Stella Vine connection by editor Ryan Slade on AlrightLondon (2008)
"The Stuckist Revolt" by Stacey Allison in ArtShow magazine (1.1.08)
part of ArtShow magazine's timeline. Click image to go to the whole
artists websites: 1) White Cube 2) Saatchi Gallery 3) Stuckism 4) Tracey
Emin 5) Damien Hirst -The