Stuckism


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Stuckism

(ˈstʌkɪzəm)
n
(Art Movements) a British art movement, founded in 1999 by Billy Childish (born 1959) and Charles Thomson (born 1953) to advance new figurative painting (as opposed to conceptual art)
ˈStuckist n, adj
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Paul founded a Newcastle branch of Stuckism, and in 2002, he curated the show Stuck in Newcastle and was the joint winner of the Stuckists' Real Turner Prize Show.
Paul, who is currently researching a PhD at Northumbria University on Stuckism, said: "I did it to make Saatchi look friendly and human.
Liverpool has become one of the most important places for Stuckism, in some respects more important than London," says Charles Thomson, one of its cofounders.
Like idealism, internationalism, anti- stuckism all relating to our work.
A spokesperson for Stuckism International last night said: "We are pleased to announce that disagreement with the gallery over the staging of the show Stuckist Clowns Doing Their Dirty Work has now been resolved and the show will be running until Friday September 4.
Stuckism is an art movement that was founded in 1999 in Britain to promote figurative and emotive painting as opposed to conceptual art.
Paul Harvey, guitarist in punk band Penetration, is a well-established artist and spokesperson for the Stuckism Movement.
STUCKISM is a radical art movement born in 1999 when Tracey "unmade bed" Emin retorted to then boyfriend Billy Childish, an artist and poet: "Your paintings are stuck, you are stuck - stuck, stuck, stuck
But not by Paul Harvey, a member of the anti-conceptualist art movement, Stuckism.
Accompanying the spring show is the Paul Harvey and Stuckism exhibition.
Stuckism is an art movement which was founded in 1999 to promote figurative painting in opposition to conceptual art.
Thomson and others responded by founding Stuckism, for painters out to make a virtue of their supposed stick-in-the-mud attitude and to cock a snook at those who call the shots in the art world.