My book on the subject of traditional art and its near-destruction at the hands of Modernism, technology, and the business class, is now available. Below is an excerpt.
The art we call Modernism is best described as a psychological disease, the goal of which is nothing less than the total destruction of art — which it has more or less successfully done.
Modernism (or Postmodernism) is a philosophy which now dominates the culture, overshadowing us artistically, spiritually, politically and socially. We are immersed in it constantly, so that now virtually nothing is free from its infectious absurdity. From our architecture to our fashion and our way of speaking, to the very ideas you are permitted to express; it is the victory of the final remaining virtue of non-judgementalism. All other virtues have been discarded. What is worse is that it is based entirely on lies and conformism to foggy, relativist thinking. And all this was achieved not by warfare or political force but by obscuring and changing the definition of art.