If you want to get rid of excess postal art, you can donate your collection of postal art to the Museum of Moscow.
With my participation in the Museum of Moscow, an archive of postal art for art historians and historians is being created. Art objects will be used for exhibitions. There is one problem - transporting your gift. In some cases, a museum may pay postal expenses,…Continue
Added by Ilya Semenenko-Basin on November 30, 2019 at 6:44pm — No Comments
Brazilian artist Tereza Yamashita (city of São Paulo) sent me a collage made using various materials, with graphic elements made by hand. I am impressed! Friends, applaud Teresa.
Thanks to the artists who sent me their artwork. Envelopes came from USA, Finland, Russia, Italy.
John Held, Jr.
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I received mail art from Jayne Barket Lyons (USA): mail-art-zine and quasi-money for application.
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HOW DOES MAIL ART WORK? One of the basic rules of…Continue
I sincerely thank Walter Pennacchi (Italia) for his work sent by mail. Earlier, I sent Walter a collage of postage stamps made on the pages of my school notebook (I found such a relic in the archive!). Where you see checkered pages and postage stamps in the photo, this is Ilya; everything else, a wonderful "book of the artist" in the form of a…Continue