Joe Machine (Artist) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Joe Machine Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Joe Machine is an English artist, poet and writer. He is a founding member of the Stuckists art group.

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Joe Machine Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 6 April 1973
Birth Day 6 April
Birth Years 1973
Age 48 years old
Birth Place Chatham, Kent, England
Birth City Kent
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality British
Famous As Painter
Also Known for Painter
Zodiac Sign Aries
Occupation Painter

Famously known by the Family name Joe Machine, is a great Painter. He was born on 6 April 1973, in Chatham, Kent, England

. Kent is a beautiful and populous city located in Chatham, Kent, England

United Kingdom.

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Joe Machine Net Worth

Joe Machine has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Painter. Popularly known as the Painter of United Kingdom. He is seen as one of the most successful Painter of all times. Joe Machine Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful British Painter.

Joe entered the career as Painter In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Machine was one of the ten leading Stuckist artists to show in the Go West at Spectrum London gallery in October 2006, where six of his paintings sold in advance of the show opening.


In January 2005, he took part in a Stuckist protest at the launch of the Triumph of Painting show at the Saatchi Gallery in London. In December that year he was part of the Stuckist protest outside the Turner Prize at Tate Britain to draw attention to the Tate’s purchase of its trustee Chris Ofili’s work The Upper Room and demand the resignation of Tate Director, Sir Nicholas Serota.


Machine has exhibited widely with the Stuckists, most notably in their first national museum exhibition, at the Walker Art Gallery for the 2004 Liverpool Biennial. The exhibition, titled The Stuckists Punk Victorian, was a definitive showing of the Stuckist oeuvre, and Machine was one of the “featured artists”. Reviewing the Walker show, Mark Lawson commented, referring to Machine’s painting, Sea Shanty:


In 2003 Machine married Charlotte Gavin, who has exhibited her work in Stuckist shows.


In 1999 he was one of the 13 original founder members of the Stuckists, an anti-conceptual art group co-founded by Billy Childish and Charles Thomson. His painting Diana Dors With an Axe was used on the front cover of the first book on the group, The Stuckists, and also to promote the show The Real Turner Prize Show in Shoreditch in 2000.


Since 1998 he has been having psychotherapy to deal with violence and sex problems.


In 1988 Machine was sent to Alston House Approved School, Rochester, for the theft of scrap material, and the following year to Dover Borstal for young offenders, after burgling a greengrocers in Leysdown (Isle of Sheppey). He spent time claiming benefits and running the family business, an amusement arcade in Leysdown, as well as breeding Rottweiler dogs and working as a bouncer in South London night clubs.

He started painting around 1988 and has not had any formal college art training. He has described creativity as the way out of the background in which he felt trapped: “Painting and writing have been far better for me than any of the mistakes I made in stealing and fighting.”


Joe Machine (born Joseph Stokes, 6 April 1973) is an English artist, poet and writer. He is a founding member of the Stuckists art group. His work has been called “raw and autobiographical”.