Abstract Magazine International | Abstract Magazine: Poetry & Art
Abstract seeks fine art in all forms that engages with both the crises and joys of our shared human condition. We seek art that engages the edge of now; we seek to explore a future forward zeitgeist with a respect for the gifts of the past. We are looking for both established and emerging artists across a broad range of genres. Our criteria is quality.
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The Opulence Series: Art by André Gonçalves

21 Sep 2017, Posted by admin in Art

The Opulence Series: Art by André Gonçalves About the artist: André Gonçalves, born in 1987, lives and works on the island of Madeira. A lover of art in its many forms, he describes himself as a photo lunatic; eccentric and bizarre. He soon applied his…

Summary: Poem by J.I. Abbot

18 Sep 2017, Posted by admin in Poetry

Art: Camille Lewis, @camilleannise SUMMARY Why does your salt weigh so conscionably on my chest—why, why was our season preempted by another rerun of a summer; can we now catch and save it, and if so, will we use motion-capture tech, so we won’t even need to…

In Transit: Monochrome Study: Poem by Carol Davis Koss

18 Sep 2017, Posted by admin in Art, Poetry

Art: “The Ocean Odyssey” by Joe Papagoda, @papagoda IN TRANSIT: MONOCHROME STUDY (mixed media) A shepherd cedes ground to cottages within the bracken Wild geese flesh the sky and the sea – whispers names salts our wounds speaks to the dead Days collapse buried and bare drown…

A Peek inside Milan Fashion Week by Gianluigi di Napoli

17 Sep 2017, Posted by admin in Art, Fashion, Fiction and Art, Photography, Photography, Art and Lifestyle, Photography, Fashion and Modelling, Photography, Lifestyle and Fiction, Poetry and Photography

              Gianluigi Di Napoli Via Carlo Matteucci,4 Milano, Lombardia Italy, 20129 +393396958917 +390229512476 info@gianluigidinapoli.com http://gianluigidinapoli.com/ Summary Enthusiastic Photographer professional and Director with 30 years experience. Experience includes ideation and realization of editorial and exhibition projects with institutions such as…

Art Feature: The Work of Camille Lewis

15 Sep 2017, Posted by admin in Art

ART FEATURE: THE WORK OF CAMILLE LEWIS                 In the Artist’s own words:   My name is Camille Lewis. I was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1992, where I still live and work today. I attended Savannah College…

Genetics: Haibun by Roberta Beary

24 Jul 2017, Posted by admin in Fiction

Art: André Gonçalves, @andre_goncalves_arts GENETICS Your eyes are big and round like your father’s but while his are the color of the Irish Sea yours are the color of the muddy fields on my father’s land fit only for the peasants who worked them.   abortion day…

Martin Nature Park Tree Trunk: Poem by Robert Ferrier

24 Jul 2017, Posted by admin in Poetry

Art: “Martin Nature Park Tree” by Robert Ferrier MARTIN NATURE PARK TREE TRUNK After we crept to the bird wall poked our lenses through portals and stole the souls of wrens after we snapped the snapping turtles their necks stretched high and frozen as if…

Running with the Yaks: Haibun by Bob Lucky

24 Jul 2017, Posted by admin in Fiction

Art: Baptiste Charruyer, @wild_fangs_photos RUNNING WITH THE YAKS   My friend is going blind. He’s known this for most of his life. It’s genetic and can’t be corrected. His father went blind the same way. Gradually the periphery disappears and you’re squinting at the world through…

How I Keep Don Quixote Alive: Haibun by Bob Lucky

24 Jul 2017, Posted by admin in Fiction

Art: “Fevereiro” by Vera Fonseka HOW I KEEP DON QUIXOTE ALIVE Christmas safely behind me, I sat out on the patio of my apartment at the Quinta de Valverde and drank a cup of coffee – no sugar, no milk – preparing myself to survive another…

Her Porcelain Skin: Poem by Laura Schulkind

24 Jul 2017, Posted by admin in Poetry

Art: Martha Winterhalter, @marthawinterhalter HER PORCELAIN SKIN I can’t believe you are here— her first words to me, the first day of the last days, looking up from the bed that swallowed her.   Words I keep coming back to. Couldn’t believe I would come? But where…

 

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