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Wretched Stars, Insatiable Heaven is a remarkable show, but not solely because of the sad loss of its creator. Campbell was one of the finest artists of his generation, a man who made it from a steelyard apprenticeship in Cambuslang to a Fulbright scholarship to New York city on the strength of an astonishing work ethic welded to an unfettered visual imagination. After a triumphant return to Scotland there was a subsequent period of private immersion and public hesitancy in his work. But he had begun to fully find his painterly voice again, with a series of shows that showed a gathering strength and resolve. These new works, with an exhibition title culled from Monteverdi's Orfeo, turn out to contain a handful or remarkable and confident paintings. Set between the Glasgow School of Art, where he trained, and the Glasgow Print Studio, which supported him in his later work, the exhibition includes 11 new canvases, dozens of sketches and a series of his prints.
It feels not like the end of things, but a new beginning, a rededication to the business of art that had consumed his adult life since, as a young man, his grandmother gave him a book on Toulouse Lautrec. In Jean Pierre Leaud, a 2004 show at the Glasgow Print Studio, Campbell had played a kind of extended riff on the notion of apprenticeship, an artist learning from and paying tribute to his masters. 'Wretched Stars' is an exhibition in which he playfully consumes and spits out the artists he admires yet somehow states the artistic values of dedication to craft over the thrill of novelty. It favours tradition over modernity while at the same time being cheerfully iconoclastic and intensely refreshing. On opening night there was a sudden lurch when it became apparent that the work seemed again and again to focus on the subject of death. But with Campbell it had always been about death, from his student performances to his obsession with Hitchcock, the tradition of the detective novel or with fil.
Variations. In the corner, with a thick shock of red blonde hair instantly reminiscent of his grandfather, Campbell's young grandson Nathan was busily absorbed in making some drawings. When New York performance Nike Roshe Flyknit Women's Shoe poet Barry Yourgrau, an old friend of Campbell's, addressed the gathering it gave everyone permission to laugh and those who were personally close to Campbell the freedom to cry. "When a poet pal of mine read my review of Steven's first show, he said to me, 'Gee, he must have paid you a lot of money!'" joked Yourgrau.
the atmosphere at first hesitant. Were we at a celebration or a memorial? Was the correct emotion joy or grief? Could we actually talk about the work, and if we did what could we say?There was a gaggle of well groomed small children in party dresses. Against the hubbub of conversation, the sounds of Mark Sheridan's jazz ensemble played a new piece dedicated to the artist: The Campbell Nike Roshe Shoes For Sale
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