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The Arts

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Paperback

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Individual Artists / Art Monographs

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English

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01/09/2008

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9781846311765

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Stuart Sutcliffe is best known to many as the original bass player in the Beatles, touring with the band in Hamburg in 1960 and 1961. Less well-known is his interest in art. This book charts his life as a student at the Liverpool College of Art and subsequently in Hamburg through accounts by people who knew Stuart personally.

Key Features
PublisherLiverpool University Press
Date of Publication01/09/2008
Language(s)English
FormatPaperback
ISBN-101846311764
ISBN-139781846311765
GenreIndividual Artists / Art Monographs

Publication Data
Place of PublicationLiverpool
Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
ImprintLiverpool University Press
Content Note32 colour and 50 b/w illustrations

Dimensions
Weight759 g
Width210 mm
Height297 mm
Spine13 mm
Pagination128

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Edited byColin Fallows, Matthew H. Clough

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Table Of ContentsAcknowledgements Stuart Sutcliffe: 1940-1962 - Donald Kuspit Stuart Sutcliffe: Liverpool College of Art, Flats and Friends - Rod Murray Stu - Bill Harry Interview with Astrid Kercherr - Colin Fallows 'A link in something larger' - Bryan Biggs Colour Plates Pop Art: Backbeat and Stuart Sutcliffe - Jon Savage Future Now - Jon Savage Chronology Contributors' Biographies
Author BiographyMatthew Clough is Director of the Victoria Gallery and Museum at the University of Liverpool. He is responsible for the strategic direction of the recently refurbished Victoria building, the UK's first 'red brick' university building, which houses the University of Liverpool's extensive collections as well as the special exhibitions programme. Colin Fallows is Professor of Sound and Visual Arts at the Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University. He has explored crossovers between sound and the visual arts as an artist, researcher, curator, lecturer and he has produced work for live ensemble performance, recordings, exhibition, installation, radio and the Internet. Bryan Biggs MBE has worked in various roles at the Bluecoat, Liverpool, where he is now Artistic Director. He has been closely involved in the arts in Liverpool since he first came to the city in the early 1970s. He wrote the chapter entitled Welcome to the Pleasure Dome in the Tate Liverpool publication accompanying the exhibition Centre of the Creative Universe: Liverpool and the Avant Garde (Liverpool University Press, 2007), looking at art in Liverpool between the arrival of Tate and the first Liverpool Biennial. He has curated many exhibitions, including the 2002 Liverpool Biennial International and Walk On,an exhibition for the 2006 Shanghai Biennale. He has also written about contemporary art and popular music for publications such as Bidoun, Third Text, Strange Things Are Happening - and is an artist in his own right known for his drawings. Matthew Clough is Director of the Victoria Gallery and Museum at the University of Liverpool. He is responsible for the strategic direction of the recently refurbished Victoria building, the UK's first 'red brick' university building, which houses the University of Liverpool's extensive collections as well as the special exhibitions programme. A graduate of Lancaster University and the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London,he joined the University of Liverpool in 1996 and has undertaken a variety of roles within their museum collections.He was appointed Director of Art& Heritage Collections in 2005. His previous curatorial projects include: Crafty Thoughts: Contemporary Sri Lankan Art (2002); Memory and Perception: Tom Palin and Pete Bonnel (2002); Charles John Allen 1862-1956 - Sculptor and Teacher (2003); Peter Corbett - a Retrospective (2004); Earthly Delights: Mary Adshead 1904-1995 (2005); and Tony Phillips - a Retrospective (2006). Colin Fallows is Professor of Sound and Visual Arts at the Liverpool School of Art and Design, Liverpool John Moores University. He has explored crossovers between sound and the visual arts as an artist, researcher, curator, lecturer and he has produced work for live ensemble performance, recordings, exhibition, installation, radio and the Internet. His artistic and curatorial projects have featured in numerous international exhibitions, events and festivals including Video Positive, ISEA98, Intermedia, Ars Electronica, and Futuresonic. He has directed and managed numerous national/international conferences including: ISEA98: Revolution - the ninth International Symposium on Electronic Art (1998); Sciart and Science on Stage and Screen Symposium in partnership with The Wellcome Trust (2002); Art-Place-Technology: International Symposium on Curating New Media Art in collaboration with FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) and Arts Council England (2006); and The Art School Dance: Art into Pop, Pop into Art in collaboration with Tate (2007). He is the founder and Artistic Director of Audio Research Editions, a limited edition imprint for artists' soundworks, which since 1998 has published over two hundred works by artists from over twenty countries. Bill Harry is an internationally renowned author and cultural commentator on Mersey Beat and the Beatles. He attended the Liverpool College of Art (1956-60) with John Lennon, Rod Murray and Stuart S

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Title: Stuart Sutcliffe: A Retrospective
Author: Clough, Matthew H. (Editor)/ Fallows, Colin (Editor)

Publisher:LIVERPOOL U P
Publication Date:Mar-15-2009
Pages:136
Binding:Paperback
Dimensions:9.00 (W) x 10.75 (H) x 0.50 (D)
ISBN:1846311764

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Stuart Sutcliffe (1940–62) is infamously renowned for his short tenure as “the fifth Beatle” and original bass player for the band—and for his tragic death from a brain hemorrhage at the young age of twenty-one. Less well known are the stylistic contributions he made to both the Beatles—from creating the name of the band with John Lennon to inspiring their original “mop top” cuts—and to the Liverpool and Hamburg art scenes. This volume combines fascinating details from Sutcliffe’s time in the pubs, flats, and classrooms of Liverpool and Hamburg with an exploration of Sutcliffe’s art. With contributions from Stuart’s lover and the acclaimed photographer Astrid Kirchherr, eminent art historian Donald Kuspitt and writer John Savage, as well as thirty-two color images from Sutcliffe’s work and numerous unpublished black-and-white photos of the artist and members of the Beatles, Stuart Sutcliffe: A Retrospective is a visually stunning celebration of the man, his music, and his art.

-- Chicago Distribution Center

Offers insight into six of the world's most 'edgy' cities. Published to coincide with international 'Cities on the Edge' cultural programme, this title provides a visual journey through six cities sharing common cultural, historical, social and economic ties (Liverpool, Naples, Marseilles, Istanbul, Gdansk, Bremen). -- Gardners


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