founded in London in 1999 with 12 artists.
It is now an international art movement with 90 groups
(39 in Britain) and 6 centres worldwide.
is listed in an art encyclopedia as one of modern art's 'key
It is studied in schools, colleges and universities
(including the Royal College of Art, the Courtauld Institute
and Cambridge University).
It is a grassroots movement of artists
with no institutional or commercial funding or backing.
Stuckists have been completely ignored by the Tate Gallery
which normally prides itself on bringing new
artistic developments before the public.
Walker national gallery in Liverpool
is doing the Tate's job for it.
part of the Liverpool Biennial
it is presenting a major Stuckist show
in the Walker gallery, the Lady Lever Gallery
and the Liverpool Museum.
Stuckists Punk Victorian
18 Sept 2004 -- 20 Feb 2005
more details see
aside any reputation for being traditional, next year the
Walker features... The Stuckists Punk Victorian, new
figurative art, which promises to be fun as well as provocative"
- The Independent
Stuckists, the art “movement” that seeks to oppose the much-hyped
conceptual art of the YBAs, have taken another step on the
road to critical acceptance. In September, during the third
Liverpool Biennial, their Punk Victorian show will be exhibited
at the government-funded Walker Gallery. Least likely visitor:
Nicholas Serota? " - The
Sunday Times (18.1.04)
September 2004, during the third Liverpool Biennial when the
eyes of the art world will be on the city, The Stuckists Punk
Victorian will be on show at The Walker." - www.24hourmuseum.org.uk
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