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"With interest from artists and galleries in Germany, France, Argentina and Australia, plus a student support group at Camberwell School of Art, the movement has definitely struck a chord"

- The Observer (14.5.00)


As Camberwell art students studying on what primarily is a conceptual course, it is easy to become bogged down in a quagmire of post- modernism, intellectualising bad objects under the pseudo-intellectual guise of satire. We say death to irony. Stuckism has our full attention and admiration.

We now work without the term YBA hanging over us (like a dead horse). We are sincere - none of this pretentious non-art.

We are sensitive, creative people. Why should we be dull, repetitive and mainstream, when there is the opportunity to be brave and original.

One line conceptual 'sculptures' are not only ten a penny but also boring. It seems painting, or more specifically Stuckism, is the avant- garde.

- Katherine Gardner and Susan Finlay

This space has been provided by the Stuckists for the STUDENTS FOR STUCKISM group, which is independently organized by London art students. The views expressed on this page are their own, and not necessarily those of the Stuckists.

To contact the group, phone Susan or Katherine on 0207 252 9834. Temporary email address is stuckism@yahoo.co.uk. Subject: Students for Stuckism.


(Students for Stuckism)
(16 March 2000)

Students for Stuckism:
A Remodernist Painting Show and Talk (24-25 June 2000)


16 March 2000

(Students for Stuckism)

We are a group of art students from the London Institute and University College London. We paint pictures which are shown alongside those of the Stuckists in their exhibitions.

The Stuckists are the 'dirty dozen' of the art world; a group of freedom fighters against the Saatchi machine. Stuckism is the only emerging force against Britart and stagnant conceptualism.

We are spreading the message around London colleges with posters and flyers. We know that there is a huge untapped pool of sympathy for Stuckism lying amongst London's art students, and we realise the importance of their role in the future of art.

Contact Rohan (0403 186937) or Dan (0771 2274645)

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A Remodernist Painting Show and Talk

Sat 24 June, 7pm (doors open 6.30pm): Talk
Sun 25 June, 4pm (doors open 3.30pm): Tea Party

Salon des Arts
191 Queen's Gate
London SW7 5EU

Tickets 2 (1 concessions)
Tel: 020 7244 6952

A show of paintings by an independent group of students from Camberwell College of Art, Chelsea College of Art, St Martin's College of Art, University College London and Falmouth College of Art.

On Saturday exhibitors talk on their support for, challenge to or involvement with the activities and aims of Stuckism. Questions and discussion follow.

On Sunday tea and biscuits will be served to provide a congenial ambiance in salubrious surrounding for recovery from the night before.

This is the first event organised by the Students for Stuckism group. Further details from event co-ordinator Matthew Robinson: 020 7635 7547.

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Email: stuckism@yahoo.co.uk