REMODERN ART: A YOUNG CITY IN AN ANCIENT LAND
Remodernism is an art movement first codified by UK artists Billy Childish and Charles Thomson. It is the recognition of the spiritual renaissance taking form in the arts all around the globe.
This is our moment in the mighty continuum of art and life. The current caretakers have been careless, leaving our culture’s deepest needs unmet while they pursued their own self-serving agendas. Fortunately, there is an alternative.
Remodernism is a revolution in art.
PROVOCATIVE ART IN A POLITICAL AGE
What is provocative art in a hyper-politicized age? As Richard Bledsoe explains in this video – “It’s art that dares to express dissent from the orthodoxy of the ruling establishment. And despite their best efforts to camouflage the nature of their oppressive and destructive grip on the culture, the establishment these days is a hive mind of Progressive dogma. In this era of integrated information, we are witnessing the most concerted attack on freedom in world history”
AT THE CROSSROAD
“At the Crossroad” – Painting by Richard Bledsoe, inspired by blues legend Robert Johnson. It was claimed Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil in exchange for musical talent. Here, Richard Bledsoe talks about why that is a bad idea.
BEAUTY AND WEIRDNESS
Remodernism is the return of art as a revelation, and a celebration of the beauty and weirdness of life. Richard Bledsoe is a painter, writer and art curator in Phoenix, Arizona.
ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELLINGTON
A fun family evening becomes an inspiration for art and life. In the spirit of DIY and the universal experience of art – Richard Bledsoe and his sisters-in-law tackle Gordon Ramsay’s signature dish: The notorious Beef Wellington.
STRANGELY, I STUMBLED UPON A WRITER
“Strangely, I Stumbled Upon A Writer” is one of the short stories from “Lemon Bee and Other Peculiar Tales” by Patricia Lynn Dompieri. This video is narrated by the book’s illustrator, Michele Bledsoe.