Mail art

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Also postal art, correspondence art.


Magazines and Journals[edit]

Archives, Resources[edit]


Chuck Welch (ed.), Eternal Network: A Mail Art Anthology, 1995, PDF, Log.
  • Jean-Marc Poinsot, Mail Art. Communication à distance, Paris: Cedic, 1971. (French)
  • Thomas Albright, "New Art School: Correspondence", Rolling Stone 106, 13 Apr 1972, p 32.
  • Thomas Albright, "Correspondence Art", Rolling Stone 107, 27 Apr 1972, p 28.
  • David Zack, "An Authentik and Historikal Discourse on the Phenomenon of Mail Art", Art in America, Jan-Feb 1973. [2]
  • Ken Friedman, "Flowing in Omaha", Art and Artists, London, Aug 1973.
  • Hervé Fischer, Art et communication marginale: tampons d'artistes / Art and Marginal Communication: Rubber Art, Stamp Activity / Kunst und Randkommunikation: Kunstlers Stempelmarken, Paris: Balland, 1974, 243 pp. (French)/(English)/(German)
  • Kunst per post. Mail Art, ed. G.J. de Rook, Utrecht, 1976, [17] pp. (Dutch)/(English)
  • Edward M. Plunkett, Lawrence Alloway, John Russell, Suzi Gablik, William S. Wilson, Henry Martin, Robert Pincus-Witten, Karen Shaw, Robert Rosenblum, Lucy R. Lippard, Tommy Mew, Toby R. Spiselman, "Send Letters, Postcards, Drawings, and Objects ...", Art Journal 36 (Spring 1977), pp 233-241.
  • Mantua Mail 1978, eds. Romano Peli and Michaela Varsari, Mantova, Italy: Assessorato Cultura Comune di Mantova, 1978, 198 pp. Catalogue. Essays by Ken Friedman, Mike Crane, Hervé Fischer, et al.
  • Giovanni Lista, L'Art postal futuriste, Paris: Jean-Michel Place, 1979. (French)


See also[edit]

Fluxus, Zine culture, Cassette culture, Neoism.


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