It seems to be, ie the bigger the canvas the 'better' it is perceived to be, the more likely it is to be in important (museum) collections, the more money it will get at auctions, the more fame will…Continue
The following story appeared in today's UK "Daily Telegraph":COCK-A- DOODLE OOH.... A MAN WHO SUFFERED FOR HIS ARTA South African performance artist who tied a live rooster to his penis during an…Continue
Would you like to join me in a new Group called 'VINYL ART'?I suspect that many of you, like me, have somewhere in your house/garage/attic a collection of old Vinyl records that you have probably not…Continue
"Protect me from what I want." (Jenny Holzer)
...it has the same address as the former web-site, but is about 90% shorter, and, hopefully, 90% more accessible and informative.
Mail Art and, of course, IOMA are included in it. Look at:
i) the entry and text for 'Mail Art' on the Home Page; ('I make all sorts of art'. 'I produce all kinds of art', etc)
ii) the entry for 'Mail Art' at the extreme right of the top of the Home Page, click on it, and you will find some examples of my Mail Art over the…Continue
Look at the figures below. There used to be lots of Mail Art Exhibitions/Projects -- anywhere between 120 and 230 each year, from 2007 to 2017.
Since Covid there are far, far fewer. And in 2022, as in 2021, there is likely to be less than 20. (That's 20 organised by the supposed 5,600+ IUOMA members plus other non-IUOMA Mail Aritists, as featured here)
Any ideas why this should be so?
Is Mail Art dying? Are Mail Art Exhibitions/Porjects becoming less relevant,…Continue