Abcrit is the follow-on site from abstractcritical, which acted as a forum for debate on abstract art from January 2011 until November 2014, and which is now archived here.
Abcrit invites artists and essayists to write on the issues and arguments of abstract art, to which others can respond. This group of writers so far comprises: 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); Geoff Hands; Harry Hay; Noela James; Carl Kandutch; Nick Moore; Andy Parkinson; Charley Peters; Tim Scott; Craig Staff; David Sweet; Richard Ward; Emyr Williams.
Everyone is welcome to contribute to the debates and open up discussion as they please. To do so, use the reply box at the very bottom of each individual post (or reply to individual comments). Comments are moderated the first time you submit, or if your comment contains multiple or suspect links.
If you would like to propose an essay for publication, please get in touch privately, by email, using the contact form immediately below on this page.
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