Combining rebellion, aesthetics, spiritual perspective and imaginative concepts, the Stuckists constitute Britain's contemporary modern art movement.
This exhibition brings together over 250 works in different media, including painting, sculpture, photography, video and Turner Prize demonstration placards, revealing the Stuckists to be advanced in their approach to every genre. Led by Charles Thomson, Joe Machine, Ella Guru and Paul Harvey, the Stuckists rebel against the art establishment of the early twenty-first century, taking inspiration from early Modernist painting.
The exhibition establishes the Stuckists as a present day example of the avant-garde: painters who self-consciously overturn orthodoxy and establish a new benchmark for contemporary painting and communication.
It will include many famous Stuckist works, and will also re-introduce some rarely seen masterpieces including Charles Thomson's polemical Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision 2001 and the 2006 sculpture created by Adrian Bannister of a grey businessman on an orange space hopper.