Thursday, 21 April 2011

Enemies of Art

Stuckism International has launched a new exhibition at Lauderdale House in London: The Enemies of Art. It was opened by Michael Žantovský, Czech Ambassador to the UK (second from left) whom I assume is a fan. Charles Thomson, co-founder of the Stuckists is on the left. The one with the snazzy tie and the paunch is Edward Lucie-Smith, critic and author. On the right is Robert Janas, founder of the Prague Stuckists. They get around, these Stuckists. The exhibition continues until 2 May (title link).

2 Comments:

At 22/4/11, Blogger F. A. Alsbach said...

Stuckism is the most important art movement in decades. The Stuckist's insistence on allowing for individual, personal and unique expression, that visual art is about the human person, and that the arts, at their best, are an expression of our deepest emotional and intellectual selves. Stuckism is as radical as any movement in art history, and as reasonable, as refreshing as a walk in the deep woods after a tough day.

 
At 22/4/11, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

And they keep making a nuisance of themselves round Tate Passe, as I call it, which is all to the good. One of these days I'm going to summon the energy to collect one of their The Turner Prize is Crap badges.

Thank you for your comment.

 

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