Alexis Hunter funeral
Thu 20 March 2014, 1pm, West Chapel, Golders Green Crematorium,
Hoop Lane, London NW11 7NL
Wake, 2.30 -l 6pm, Upstairs, The French House, 49 Dean Street, London W1D 5BG
contact Alyson Hunter on email@example.com Or 07828 161187.
Flowers can be sent to Leverton and Sons, 149 Kentish Town Road, London NW1 8PD.
Michael Dickinson, prosecuted in Turkey, sleeps in a box, stars as Dick Cheney article in The Big Issue (31.1.14)
Hirst doesn't plagiarise - he just imitates, says Melvyn Bragg. See
Thomson, of Stuckists, which promotes traditional art, said: If
this stuff was auctioned on eBay it would sell
Prize conflicts of interest continue in Counterpunch
Royal Mail will destroy your parcel, if it contains more than 4 pots of water-based paints (or if one of them exceeds 150ml). Repeat offenders can be prosecuted. Sign the protest petition here. See the Facebook page. And Royal Mail (near bottom).
Jonathan Jones in The Guardian (22.10.13): "The Stuckists still protest every year against the Turner prize" - with photo of Stuckist demo
Hunter, "one of the 70s' most important feminist artists" and now a
Stuckist artist, in the October issue of Dazed
HYPOCRISYSir Nicholas Serota, director of the Tate gallery, speaks out for artistic freedom: "Artists afraid of losing sponsors ‘are self-censoring,’" he intrepidly asserts. Read it in The Independent (30.5.13). Charles Thomson said, "Serota is the censor. When Ivan Massow dared to step out of line and criticise conceptual art as tat, Serota said to him, 'They should have sacked you two weeks ago'. So much for freedom of expression. As a tutor from the Royal Academy once said to me, 'There's plenty of people here who agree with you, but they won't say anything, because they're afraid if they offend Serota, he won't buy their work for the Tate.'"
must-read blog by Edgeworth
Dudley Edwards on theTurner Prize and censorship:
Watch Stuckist clown greeting guests at the Turner Prize: video here
Charles Thomson on Turner Prize winner, Elizabeth Price, as a "wannabe documentary maker who has a place on late night TV, when no one’s watching". Quoted p.8 of The Times (4.11.12)
"Avant-garde? Derričre-garde I think. Dreary, pretentious, superficial, irrelevant. I don't mean the subject (as in Price's Woolworth fire - that is obviously tragic and serious) but the artistic treatment of it. If she'd have done the same thing to the Hillsborough disaster, there would be outrage. A straightforward documentary would have done the subject justice, but then there would be nothing to distinguish it from any other straightforward documentary, so in order to claim the status of art, it has to be given a mind-numbing treatment of split screens and repetitive captions, all of which are about the status of the artist, not the diginity or significance of the subject." Charles Thomson post on Jonathan Jones blog (4.12.12)
Nourishing Obscurity blog on Turner and related (4.12.12)
"Picketing the awards ceremony, as they do every year, were a handful of masked artists known as the Stuckists, who favor figurative painting and excoriate the conceptual art that, they say, is championed by Tate. 'Elizabeth Price is a wannabe documentary maker who has a place on late night TV, when no one’s watching,' said the movement’s co-founder Charles Thomson in a release e-mailed before the winner announcement. He made equally disparaging remarks about the other three contestants." Bloomberg and Businessweek (3.12.12)
"Since 2000 the Turner show has often attracted protests from traditionalist art activist group the Stuckists, who want a return to figurative painting." - France 24 , Breitbart (US), Google from AFP (3.12.12)
Huffington Post - 1st slideshow image is 2006 Stuckists demo (3.12.12)
Nathalie Zwimpfer in Basel, Switzerland on Turner Prize and Stuckists in Art Review blog (3.12.12)
"2000 The year international art group the Stuckists instituted the Real Turner Prize, for painters. They also staged their first demonstration against the prize, dressed as clowns, protesting that 'the only artist who wouldn't be in danger of winning the Turner Prize is Turner'." - In Numbers: The Turner Prize, Daily Mail (1.12.12) p. 40.
TURNER PRIZE IS BORING
Clown of the Year Award 2012 goes to critic Richard Dorment of The
Daily Telegraph for his asinine comment on the Turner Prize
winner's pretentious film which trivialised a fire in a Woolworth
store that killed 10 people:
Turner Prize demo
"As they have for twelve years, Stuckists demonstrated outside Tate Britain against the waste of space that is the Turner Prize. I went to pay my respects to the doughty few this morning in the driving rain. Since I began researching conceptual art for a satirical crime novel, I have admired Stuckists..." Read more in Ruth Dudley Edwards' blog on the Telegraph site (1.10.12)
"Since 2000 the Turner show has often attracted protests from traditionalist art activist group the Stuckists, who want a return to figurative painting." - Google (1.5.12), Orange (Botswana), (3.12.12) SBS (Australia) (2.12.12), from AFP.
Hirst at it again (with magpies this time) The
Mail on Sunday
and Ruth Dudley Edwards v Tate: The
Guardian (3rd item) (26.10.12)
Stuckism mentioned in long-running BBC1 afternoon drama series, Doctors, series 14, episode titled "Virtuous Reality" by Jeremy Hylton Davies (17.9.12.). An artist explains to his friend about an "Interview with an American arts programme. Would not get off the idea that I was Stuckist. Said, 'Could have been a Stuckist, but stuck to what he was brilliant at ... Stuckist! It's like asking Corbusier if he did half-timbered.'" It was available to watch for a week on BBC iPlayer, relevant scene at 04:23, but that has expired now....
group founded by Wayne Wolfson: The
Redwood City Stuckists (US), Aug 2012.
"Let's talk Stuckism" on Fur Affinity Forums, 19.8.12
Forthcoming - iBooks by EB Publishing for Stuckist artists Joe Machine and Jasmine Maddock.
Mark D and the Stuckists in Nottingham. Read the review here (6.7.12).
was part of an A Level exam paper, thanks to Paul Harvey and Charles
Saatchi's cheese halo. See The
Journal (Newcastle) 7.4.12.
artists borrow, great artists steal, crap artists get caught stealing.
BBC (3.9.10): Hirst's press officer promises a "comprehensive" rebuttal. We look forward to that. Ah, this must be the comprehensive rebuttal:
You have repeatedly been accused of plagiarism. Is there any truth to
Why is it impossible to show your work?
Artista Eli on Stuckism - Revelations of a Revolution in Artiscape (Jan 2012)
at the Turner Prize from Channel
4 live blog (5.12.11).:
Jonathan Jones in his Guardian blog on the Turner Prize and his Stuckist portrait (5.12.11).
"Billy Childish ... was the founder of the so-called Stuckists, who stand every year with their posters outside the Tate, protesting that the Turner Prize is all a load of tosh." - Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The Times T2, p. 1 (13.7.11)
Charles Thomson on Spoonfed (8.4.11): Public arts funding for the pockets of the rich?
Jonathan Jones in The Guardian (31.3.11): Are the Stuckists right about modern British art?
100 Artists' Manifestos: From the Futurists to the Stuckists
( Penguin Modern Classics)
Edited by Alex Danchev. This includes three Stuckist manifestos. More here.
old material previously on this page is now here.
concepts of art is one of the specialities of this bunch – the Stuckists"
Stuckism group on Facebook
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