Mail-Art from the USA! Letter came in the mail from Mail Art artist Iver Zinaver (Lafayette Hill). Inside the envelope were puzzling postcards in the spirit of neo-Dada with small messages. All cards are double-sided and created using items of "shopping waste". In them, Iver plays with the concepts of "low art" and "anti-art" , which is curious for me. Thank u Iver!…Continue
I am a researcher at a museum in my city. My research interests are related to graphic art and mail art. In Russia of the twentieth century, there were interesting mail-art artists.
Among them are the participants of the "Uktus school" Sergey Sigey and Anna Tarshis, who lived for some time in my city (formerly Sverdlovsk. Now Yekaterinburg).
After Sverdlovsk, they moved to Yeysk, where they conducted a very active creative activity. Also in 1989, A. Tarshis and S. Sigey…Continue
Hello everyone. I want to say thank you to everyone whose envelopes came to me. I'm sorry that I didn't write about this earlier, I was very ill (the second time covid-19). I received a lot of mail art during this time, but I didn't write about it on the website. Mail art provided a great support, all the works that I received are just wonderful and magical! At the same time, I managed to send letters to everyone before my illness. Have they reached you? I saw in some of the blogs that the…Continue