Abcrit is now the website for abcrit.org, a gallery of abstract painting, sculpture and textiles.
The gallery is situated on the 1st floor, Block K, 13 Bell Yard Mews, 175 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UW.
Admission is by prior appointment – phone or text 07866 583629 or email email@example.com
Abcrit was originally initiated as the follow-on site to abstractcritical (since gone missing), which acted as a forum for debate on abstract art from January 2011 until November 2014.
From 2014 until 2020, Abcrit continued as an arena for discussion, with critical and/or informative essays by a number of artists and writers, including Paul Behnke; Katrina Blannin; John Bunker; Paul Carey-Kent; Ken Carpenter; Sam Cornish; Matthew Dennis; Luke Elwes; Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe; Alan Gouk; Len Green; Robin Greenwood (founder/editor and contributer); Geoff Hands; Harry Hay; Pete Hoida; Noela James; Carl Kandutch; Nick Moore; Andy Parkinson; Charley Peters; Tim Scott; Craig Staff; Chris Stephens; David Sweet; Richard Ward; Emyr Williams.
All the articles from 2014 onwards are available to view on the website by backtracking.
To make a comment on new posts, use the reply box at the bottom of each individual post. Comments are moderated.
If you would like to get in touch privately by email, contact firstname.lastname@example.org (or use the contact form immediately below on this page.)
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Focussed yet wide ranging articles on abstract work. Fantastic resource – thank you
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Excellent resource. I am a mature art student in Calgary Alberta Canada and love the essays.
Hi Robin, a great selection to open with! I wish you all the best with this. Edward