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For immediate release – Abraxas Journal, Issue Three
Abraxas is a bi-annual journal of contemporary esoteric art and culture printed in a high quality format. Our
third issue will be available for purchase from February 27th, 2013.
Over the last decade an increasing esoteric sensibility has emerged within the arts and within academic circles.
The popularity of the Tate exhibition Dark Monarch 2009, the English Opera Dr. Dee (2011), the Science Museum exhibition on Alchemy (2013) and the Cambridge University conference on esoteric art, Charming Intentions (2012) are all examples of this growing interest.
Large, glossy and beautifully designed, Abraxas aims to represent this interest by showcasing artists,
photographers, poets, writers and musicians currently working at the intersection of esotericism and the wider cultural landscape.
In Issue Three will be found the Moscow-based symbolist painter Denis Forkas Kostromitin who completed a limited edition signed print for Abraxas special issue, Italian novelist Francesco Dimitri’s description of southern Italian spider possession, a document of artist Christina Mitrentse’s installation The Secret School and the recently discovered art by artist and occultist Aleister Crowley is examined with essays from Marco Pasi (University of Amsterdam) and Giuseppe di Liberti (Accademia di Belle Arti, Palermo). [For a full list of contributors, see http://fulgur.co.uk/abraxas/issue-three-contributors/].
Abraxas founders are the publisher and art dealer Robert Ansell, a former director of Sotheby’s London, and Christina Oakley Harrington (UCL) founder of the legendary Treadwell’s Bookshop in Central London.
Title: Abraxas: International Journal of Esoteric Studies, Issue 3
Extent: 176 pages, 290mm x 232mm
Price: £15.00/$25.00 (Paperback) £55.00/$86.00 (Hardback)
Publisher: Fulgur Limited (www.fulgur.co.uk)
Publication: February 28th, 2013