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At 11:16am on January 16, 2016, Carlos I. Botana said…

MAILART PROJECT

Las Meninas by Diego Velázquez
Size: Free
Technique: Free
Deadline: August 15, 2016
Exhibition: September, 2016
No sales. No jury. No return
The work is publisehed in the "blog": mailartlasmeninasdecanido.blogspot.com
Send your work to:
Carlos I. Botana
C/. Javier López López
Nº 11 - portal 2 - 3º E
15009 - A Coruña - Spain
At 12:53pm on September 2, 2015, TIZIANA BARACCHI said…
At 8:52pm on November 13, 2013, TIZIANA BARACCHI said…
At 4:23pm on March 8, 2013, Bruno Cassaglia said…

At 9:33pm on November 16, 2011, TIZIANA BARACCHI said…

The Diary of a Young Girl
Theme: a Mailart exhibition dedicated to Anna Frank and to International Holocaust Remembrance Day. January 27th, 1945: death camp Auschwitz was liberated
Size and technique free
No jury, no returns, no fees
Exhibition in 2012 in Giulianova, Italy
Documentation online gallery and catalogue to all participant if it will possibile (because of sponsor)
All works via post, no email please.
Info: daliobaracchi@hotmail.com o image000@libero.it
Deadline to be received January 2nd, 2012

Isabella Branella
via Giardino 12
I- 64021 Giulianova Lido
Teramo
ITALY

 

At 7:49am on November 6, 2011, Terry Reid said…
dear Creative,
 please pass this on to friends:    here is the Korean show update for the SECREt eXCHANGE at the Tell Me Tell Me exhibition at MoCA, hope you are pARTicipating, and please let your friends know:  http://iuoma-network.ning.com/events/send-to-the-secret-exchange 

                                                                    Duchamp's not Klein Blue suit
At 8:44pm on January 2, 2011, andytgeezer said…

Hey CreativeThing - I just saw your homage to Kurt Schwitters on the A1 mail archive  and just wondered if you have any left? - A colleague at work told me that I should really look at his work and I thought that it would be great to get a mailartists perspective on it.

At 6:58pm on January 22, 2010, TIZIANA BARACCHI said…
LIMITE, SCAMBIO, SEGNO
LIMIT, EXCHANGE, SIGN
A tribute for the city of Portogruaro through a project involving art through mail. The keywords chosen as the theme are the motif of its foundation, joined in a common flow.

Limit
border between earth and water,
the river harbor and the trade routes,
the channels and the gardens of the palaces,
a constant reference to a change in system, material and colour.

Exchange
not only of goods but also of colours and scents,
artistic and architectural influences,
mutual knowledge, therefore culture.

Sign
a condition of consent expressed in gesture, the conclusion of an agreement,
a trace superimposed on many others:
whose meaning is beyond the sum of the parts.

Project by Rizoo Group, Tiziana Baracchi and Pro Loco di Portogruaro
Format and dimension of work:
square of maximum size 21 X 21 cm
No e-mail

No returns, no jury, no fee, no sales

Exhibition in Portogruaro, 2010
documentation online: www.rizoo.altervista.org
info: daliobaracchi@hotmail.com – aurogentile@tiscali.it

Deadline to be received March 31, 2010

Send to:

Proloco di Portogruaro
via Cavour 33
30026 Portogruaro (VE) - ITALY

At 9:43pm on November 7, 2009, Carlos I. Botana said…
Subject: Octopus...


Collective book of mail art.


Send 18 works of size 14.8 X 21 cm (A5 vertical), numbered and signed,
for making up a series of volumes with different artists in each. Each
volume will contain a minimum of 14 artworks, one per artist. Modify
each copy in order to make them unique originals. All techniques:
printings, drawings, paintings, photographs, collages...

Each participant will receive a volume.

Deadline: october, 2010.

Send your art works to:

Carlos Botana
General Sanjurjo, 62 - 2º
15006 A Coruña
Galicia - España/Spain

Greetings.

Carlos Botana

At 7:42pm on July 23, 2009, Steve Random said…
Any luck in the job search? Tried to track down some old parts to get things rolling, my Lemond has ultegra 7 spd parts, very hard to find. Will steal parts from my wife's road bike that has very few miles on it. Wheel trueing, hub packing and new bearings, chain rings, cassette, shifters, new cables and housings, new tires, and on and on should keep me busy this weekend. I'll have parts for an assemblage!!! Did you ever read Alfred Jarry's 'Supermale'? Makes the Tour de France look like a sunday ride!
At 5:29pm on April 21, 2009, Steve Random said…
CT,
There used to be a group that raced single speeds off road in New England (all those hills!) they were nuts! I'll see if I can find the shadow of a bike I sent to Tibor Papp for a show in Australia many years ago. Than there's Alfred Jarry and his love for bikes, alcohol, ether, ink, etc.
Steve
At 9:43pm on April 20, 2009, Steve Random said…
CT,
I'm waiting to see the rideable assemblage! I threw out a couple of old frame before I moved, one a tripple butted by Tange Ultimate, had a nice ring to it when struck with a 1.5" dia. wood dowel.
SR
At 4:31pm on March 5, 2009, Steve Random said…
CT,
Thanks for the stamp sheet, Judith will be missed. I sent her a mangled umbrella I found on the street back in the early 80's. Before the internet it was her and Joey at Eat it Up $ ( no cent sign on this keyboard, inflation perhaps). Then I'm reminded of Eric Satie, who when he passed away they found alot (100+) of umbrellas in his place, many brand new and unwrapped. Hope this finds you and your family well.
Steve
At 5:33pm on February 7, 2009, Keyla Holmquist said…
Creative Thing greetings from Venezuela.

The 6th World's Poetry Festival 2009 will take place on june and july as a tribute to a venezuelan Poet named Juan Calzadilla (National Prize of Plastic Arts 1996).
This event will be sponsored by Ministerio del Poder Popular para la Cultura and Casa Nacional de las Letras Andrés Bello, so my art archive willheld:

THE 5th INTERNATIONAL ENCOUNTER OF VISUAL POETRY
OPEN NOTIFICATION – NO SELECTION – NO JURY
Everything received will be exhibited – Documentation [to all of you].
NO RETURNS.
Everything sent will be part of the MAIL ART ARCHIVE KEYLA HOLMQUIST.

All the material has to be mailed to:


Keyla Holmquist
ARCHIVO DE ARTE CORREO
Apartado Postal 326
Maracay 2101
Estado Aragua VENEZUELA

DEADLINE MAY 31,st 2009

All the material should be sent perfectly packed in order to prevent damage and with a copy of a data card, stuck on the back of the package.

CATEGORIES:

DRAWING, PAINTING, GRAPHIC, PHOTOGRAPHY, ARTIST SEALS, COPY-ART, EXPERIMENTAL ART.

OBJECTS/ARTIST'S BOOKS:

Measures UP TO A4 MAXIMUM. The base or pedestal needed should be provided by the artist.

POETRY, FREE VERSE OR RHYME, PROSE, NARRATIVE, ESSAY, STORIES.

VISUAL POETRY:

Collage, visual poems, process poetry, illustrated poetry, labyrinth poems, phonetic poems, audible poems, semiotic, palindrome, holopoems, concrete poetry, video action, photo action, object poem, pseudovisual poetry, braille poetry.

VIDEO, SHORTFILM, DOCUMENTARY, ANIMATION:

All videos will be admitted, shortfilms, photography, documentaries, animations that do not exceed 8 minutes of length and they must be delivered on CD or DVD format ready for its presentation.

MULTIMEDIA EXPRESSION:

They will be admitted on CD or DVD format ready for its presentation including the credits, the photography, the list of the soundtrack that was used and the name of the author.

AUDIO FORMAT:

the audio format admitted has to be:
Wave 44,100 Hz 16 bit stereo
Mp3 from 96 'til 320 KPSS
If the expression is audible, high fidelity required.
http://holmquistartecorreo.blogspot.com/
At 5:26pm on January 19, 2009, Celestino Neto said…
Dear friend I am leaving here is convocatória.

II BIENAL INTERNACIONAL DEL PEQUEÑO FORMATO - VENEZUELA.

Mail artists Annijames Rivero and Luis Valera Escarre invite all interested artists around the world to participate in their international mail-art project:

The Second Biennale International of Small Art - Venezuela
Exhibition to all.
No jury.
Catalogue to all.
No return.
Size: Maximum Postcard size (10 x 15 cm.)
Technique: Free.
Deadline:

December 31, 2009.

Send your Work to:

II Bienal Internacional del Pequeño Formato,
Apartado 54,
Zona P. 2101A.
Maracay
VENEZUELA.

www.bienalvenezuelados.blogspot.com Delete Comment
At 12:52am on December 25, 2008, Carla Cryptic said…
Oh, wow, origami! Is she hip to the origami architecture sites in Japan? They're amazing. It's actually a combination of origami and kirigami but I don't quibble when it's good art. :) I love the 11/11/11 at 11:00 thing - I'll probably be thinking of them at that moment since it's too cool to forget something like that. :)

Leslie Caldera - why didn't I think of using your real name at Facebook!!!??? Jeez. Sometimes I see the oncoming headlights of senility staring me in the face and I DON"T LIKE IT. lolol...

Thanks for the news and the heads up. :)
At 1:10am on December 24, 2008, Carla Cryptic said…
Ah, Michelle! Hope she's well and happy...? Does she ever do art?

Carla
At 12:09am on December 24, 2008, Denis Charmot said…

And it was not a rigged photo.
Denis Charmot
http://denis.charmot.free.fr
At 10:50pm on December 23, 2008, Carla Cryptic said…
Ah, the schmerz of it all! I still wear my lapel pin. :) (Hi Reed!)

I love the picture of you and your bike.

Also, last but not least...

At 8:36pm on December 23, 2008, Litsa Spathi / NOBODY said…

Litsa Spathi wishes you Merry Christmas & a Happy 2009

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