The principles Bauhaus superficially applied to design, are to be properly imposed on the artist by The Other Muswell Hill Stuckists.
Lectures on the anti-Bauhaus destruction of well made, true to their time ornate historical buildings, are to be given by The Other Muswell Hill Stuckists through the process of figurative painting.
Bauhaus process is not a Barbara Cartland novel.
The analness of Bauhaus was too spread by the Bauhaus, and must be left to small minded collectors and ebayers.
Klee made the best pin-holes, in the corridors of the Bauhaus.
Art is at best, a true imitation. IKEA sells true Bauhaus. Don’t fall for expensive imitations.
Abstract pigeon-holes are anti-Bauhaus, and the lifeblood of contemporary art.
Bauhaus’s goal for the consumer must not confuse buyers in to asking us to revise paintings.
Destructive personal differences and failings are essential. Living up to these ideologies is a contradiction in terms and a form of anti-art. Good artists are all credible hypocrites.
Contemporary art elitism has since returned stronger than ever. It is The Other Muswell Hill Stuckists job to be Bauhaus as it should have been done at the time.
The contemporary goal of Bauhaus is knowing how to escape from it intact. Brasilia is Bauhaus, but not in itself.
Edgeworth Johnstone of The Other Muswell Hill Stuckists