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My Remodernism 'elevator speech'

My Remodernism 'elevator speech'

Remodernism - Red Squirrel by Tricia Winwood

Remodernism - Red Squirrel by Tricia Winwood

Remodernism, Billy Childish - In 1999, Childish and Thomson wrote a remodernism manifesto, calling for a period of new spirituality in art, culture and society to replace postmodernism.

Remodernism, Billy Childish - In 1999, Childish and Thomson wrote a remodernism manifesto, calling for a period of new spirituality in art, culture and society to replace postmodernism.

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.

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.

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 - 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 - Blue Cat by HelenAmyes - The making of true art is man's desire to communicate with himself, his fellows and his God. Art that fails to address these issues is not art.

Remodernism - Blue Cat by HelenAmyes - The making of true art is man's desire to communicate with himself, his fellows and his God. Art that fails to address these issues is not art.

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