Remodernism, Charles Thomson - Through the course of the 20th century Modernism has progressively lost its way, until finally toppling into the pit of Postmodern balderdash. At this appropriate time, The Stuckists, the first Remodernist Art Group, announce the birth of Remodernism.
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Remodernism - Red and blue by Freda Surgenor - Modernism has never fulfilled its potential. It is futile to be 'post' something which has not even 'been' properly something in the first place. Remodernism is the rebirth of spiritual art.
Remodernism - Pink Begonia by Freda Surgenor - We don't need more dull, boring, brainless destruction of convention, what we need is not new, but perennial. We need an art that integrates body and soul and recognises enduring and underlying principles which have sustained wisdom and insight throughout humanity's history.
Remodernism - Reflections by Alan Taylor Jeffries - The Remodernist's job is to bring God back into art but not as God was before. Remodernism is not a religion, but we uphold that it is essential to regain enthusiasm (from the Greek, en theos to be possessed by God).
A LONG WAY FROM GREECE, circa 2010, Charles Thomson. oil and acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36" Stuckism/Remodernism
Remodernism - Looking for the Door Key. by Tim Duncan - Why do we need a new spirituality in art? Because connecting in a meaningful way is what makes people happy. Being understood and understanding each other makes life enjoyable and worth living.