Greg Johnson welcomed Alexander Adams (WordPress, Substack), author of the recently-published book from Imperium Press Blood, Soil, Paint, to the latest broadcast of Counter-Currents Radio, where they discussed Romanticism and modern art. It is now available for download and online listening. (more…)
Tag: reactionary modernism
In my writing for Counter-Currents, I’ve called for the formation of a dissident high culture. At the time of writing, there is only a smattering of cultural institutions which are explicitly Dissident Right, which means that the future of dissident high culture is whatever we make it. The future is a vast empty space which we have been tasked with filling.
But the past of dissident high culture is not so empty. No, it is rather crowded over at the Restaurant de la Tour Eiffel. Indeed, you could say that the avant-garde of the past was decisively reactionary. (more…)
Jonathan Bowden Memorial Special: Donate Now Through April 12th to Receive a Copy of Reactionary Modernism!
Yesterday, March 29th, 2022, was the tenth anniversary of Jonathan Bowden’s untimely death. To commemorate this brilliant orator, artist, and man of the right, we hosted a memorial livestream (replay available here).
To honor his contributions to White Nationalism, we are offering these incentives to give in Bowden’s memory.
Any gift of $120 or above will receive: (more…)
April 12, 2021 Jonathan Bowden
Forthcoming from Counter-Currents:
Jonathan Bowden’s Reactionary Modernism
Edited by Greg Johnson
San-Francisco: Counter-Currents, 2021
Jonathan Bowden’s next collection of essays and speeches, Reactionary Modernism, will be released in September by Counter-Currents in hardcover, paperback, and ebook versions. We will begin taking orders once an official release date is set.
About Reactionary Modernism:
“Let us return to tradition to go forwards with modernity in a different direction.”—Jonathan Bowden
Since the Second World War, “modernism” in the arts has been overwhelmingly associated with the cultural and political Left. But before the War, there was vigorous debate between modernists of the Right and the Left. (more…)