I have long had an idea to stage a mailart/stamp exhibiton here in London and when I saw that this group was marking three years on this Ning platform in November of this year I thought that would be an ideal opportunity to hold it and tie it in with that, what do you think?
What sort of exhibits would you like to see at such an exhibition and would you (pay! to) come to see it? Any ideas re. staging/funding/attending and offers of help/collaboration…Continue
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Does it matter? If this amazing art is not to be seen in the museums around the world?
It will be seen under the olive tree at my seaside shack...and around the would at IUOMA!
What might be "Mental Dog toy", hmmm?
Always must take care to carefully examine Erni-envelope exterior and wait to see what
wonders are inside. Here we have reference to J.…Continue
We have opened the offices and archives for the Ontological Museum. The Ontological Museum has several departments including The International Museum of Collage Assemblage and Construction, The Fluxmuseum, the Archives of the Eternal Networks and the Museum of Snapshot Photography. To see images of the space and our first open house last weekend visit http://om-2011.blogspot.com/…Continue
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Greetings from Dadaland was an exhibition at the Stendhal Gallery in April-May 2010. I sent in a selection from the TAM Rubberstamp Archive and went over myself doing a lecture explaining my views of the network. One year later I am confronted with a real problem connected to this exhibition. Harry Stendhall, the Gallery owner of Stendhal Gallery , has yet to return the 670 stampsheets he has in New York. I have asked him often, also asked John Held as a currator to help me on this but the…Continue
The one and only IUOMA piece found this week in our mail box is from one of our Greek affiliates, Michalis Kotsaris.
It is uniquely flavored with his own brand of humor and of pathos.
The philatelic haul on the envelope is tremendously gratifying.
Come to think of it, he's my first ever Greek mail-art compatriot!
And here's the best part:
I have no idea what this is in response to. Pretty sure I sent him one of my collages. I love that the "E Hate Mail Art" came with a Love stamp-oh, the irony. This definately had me thinking...
Cecil Touchon is the founder of and director of the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage, and Construction in Fort Worth, Texas. A formidable collage artist himself, he has several ongoing projects open for participation to all who are willing. Here are a few links to check out:…Continue
He really looks like he had a great night out on the town. Thank you Frieder
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Yesterday, I received this mixed media on postcard submission from Pal Csaba in Hungary for the 12-12-12 End of the World Project. Check out all of the work we've received on the blog!
As of today, the…Continue
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