Mail Art Exhibition Documentation Collection
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Greece

Galerie 3. (Mail Art Exhibition). Galerie 3, Athens, Greece. May 7-20, 1981. (one page). Offset. 11 1/2"x8 1/2". Participant List. 60 participants from 14 countries.

Hungary

Galántai, Gyorgy. Art-Umbrella-Postcard-Show. Helikon Galéria, Budapest, Hungary. 1981. 42 pages. Offset with rubber stamps. 4"x6". Edition 89/97.

Italy

Frangione, Nicola. International Mail Art Exhibition: House of Artist. Agora, Ciulianova, Italy. August 1981. Museo Civico, Padova, Italy. December 1981. Poster. Offset. 23 3/4"x33 1/2". Participant list.

Gini, Gino. Mail-Art: The Mythical Image. La Galleria Apollinaire, Milan, Italy. Postcard. Offset. 5"x8". List of Participants.

Maggi, Ruggero. 1st International Mail Art Show in Peru. Pontificia Universidad Catolica, Lima, Peru. December 11-30, 1981. (6 pages). Photocopy. 13"x8 1/2". Includes listing of contributors for the project, "Trans-Amazonic Highways."

Sturani, Enrico. Nuove Cartoline. Museo del Folklore, Rome, Italy. February 5-25, 1981. (8 pages). Offset. 12"x8 1/2". Reproductions. Enclosed list of participants. Essay by Sturani, "Nuove Cartoline: Cartoline Postali di Ieri e di Oggi in un'Ottica d'Avanguardia."

Netherlands

Arno Arts. I Love the Arts. The Netherlands. 1981. Poster. Offset. 27 1/4"x19 1/2". Participant list.

Fakkeldij, Henk. Mail Art/Stamp Art/Book Art/Graffity Show. Art Implications, Utrecht, The Netherlands. February 1981. (6 pages). Photocopy with rubber stamps and artistamp. 12x8 1/2". Reproductions.

Peru

*Maggi, Ruggero. Amazonic Trip: 1st International Mail Art Show in Peru. Pontificia Universidad Catolica, (Lima), Peru. November 13-30, 1981. (6 pages). Offset and rubber stamp. 13"x8 3/4". Reproduction. Participant list.    

Poland

Olbrich, Jürgen O. In a Small Frame. Gallery GN, Gdannsk, Poland. April 1981. 15 pages. Offset. 6 1/2"x10". Reproductions.

United States

and/or. International Mail Art Exhibition. Ground Zero, Seattle, Washington. June (1981). Poster. Offset (2 color). 23"x17 1/2". 

Eleinko, Gary. 48226: A Mail Art Show. Detroit Focus Gallery, Detroit, Michigan. August 15-September 12, 1981. 23 pages. Offset. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Reproductions, including exhibition installation. Essay by curator.

Eleinko, Gary. "Mea Culpa." Detroit Focus Gallery, Detroit, Michigan. 1981.  (one page). Photocopy. Apology and explanation concerning  charging for the exhibition catalog.

Oisteanu, Valery. Ray Johnson's Fun Club. Club 57, New York, New York. May 21, 1981. (one page). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x11".  Participant list. Invitation enclosed.

Options, Inc. Flamingo Project. Options, Inc.: Alternative Projects in the Arts, Concord, New Hampshire. 1981. (3 pages). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". Reproduction of exhibition installation. Participant list.

Ottotron. Illusion & Reality: A Postcard Show. Gallery 101, River Falls, Wisconsin. April 22-May 5, 1981. (22 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Reproductions.

Patrick T. Capitalism is Sad. ASIC Studio, University of California at Berkeley. August 31-September 12, 1981. (8 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2x5 1/2". Reproductions.

Patrick T. Outerspace Mail In. Outer Space. Berkeley, California. April 23-29, 1981. (12 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Reproductions and participant list. Invitation included.

Radio Free Texas. I Don't Know Much About What I Like But I Know Art. Hickory Street Art Gallery & Waterbed Store, Denton, Texas. April 12-16, 1981. (14 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Includes the essay, "Mail-Art Kontraversy."

Tisa, Benedict. Greetings From... Cape Fear Foundation, Wilmington, North Carolina. October 1981. (6 pages). Offset. 4"x5 1/4". Reproductions. Includes statistics on geography of submissions.

Waters Hall Art Gallery. Mail Art Show. Douglas College, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 1981. (10 pages). Photocopy with rubber stamps. 11"x8 1/2". Reproductions. Participant list.  

Womanworks International. Postal Art Show: Women's Work/Women's Experience. Womanworks Gallery, Kenmore, New York. January 5-31, 1981. (4 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Participant list.

Yugoslavia

*Todorovic, Miroljub. Marke Umetnika: Artists' Postage Stamps. Srecna Galerija (Happy Gallery), Beograd, Yugoslavia. November 1981. (14 pages). Offset. 14"x9 1/2". Essays by Slavko Timotijevic, "Artist's Postage Stamps," and the curator, "Artist's Postage Stamps. Reproductions. Particpant list. An important artistamp exhibition in Eastern Europe. 

1982

Argentina

Marx, Graciela G.. Mamablanca'sTreasure. La Plata, Argentina. April 1982. (4 pages). Offset. 10 1/2"x7 1/2" folded. Edition 194/200.

Belgium

*Bleus, Guy. World Art Atlas. Warande, Turnout, Belgium. December 17, 1981-January 10, 1982. (200 plus pages). Offset. 4"x6 1/2". Essay by the curator, "Mail Art Initiation." Reproductions. 746/800. Signed.  

Bleus, Guy. World Art Atlas. C. C. de Warande, Turnout, Belgium. December 17, 1981-January 10, 1982. Poster. Offset. 23 1/4"x16 1/2".

Brazil

De Araujo, A.; and Centro de Cultura Alternativa. Mostra de Arte Postal. Galeria de Arte, Centro Cultural Candido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. January 6-26, 1982. Poster. Offset. 16 1/2"x11 3/4". Exhibition invitation. 

De Araujo, A.; and Centro de Cultura Alternativa. Mostra de Arte Postal. Galeria de Arte, Centro Cultural Candido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. January 6-26, 1982. Poster. Offset. 18 3/4"x13". Participant list.

Canada

Chuck Stake. Imagine: An Exhibition in Homage to John Lennon. Off Centre Centre, Calgary Alberta, Canada. December 2, 1981-January 2, 1982. Papers in printed envelope. 6"x12". Also shown in Vancouver, Canada, in February 1982.

England

Jarvis, Don. Robert Quercus: A 90th Birthday Tribute. Aardverk Studios, London, England. May 22, 1982. (4 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". Reproductions.

Germany

Rinnstein, Tommy. Destroy Mail Art: The Last Mail Art Show. Cafe Gaalerie Gruppe Grün, Bremen, West Germany. May 29-June 6, 1982. 39 pages. Offset. 8 1/2"x11 1/2". Reproductions.

Hungary

Galántai, György. Everybody with Anybody. Artpool, Budapest, Hungary. (1982). Poster. Offset. 23 1/4"x16 1/2". Reproductions of rubber stamp impressions by Hungarian Artists. Information in Osteuropa Mail Art im Internationalen Netzwerk.

Galántai, György. Pool-Mail. Muveszek Belyegmunkai, Budapest, Hungary. 1982. (8 pages). Newsprint. 11 1/2"x8" folded. Essays by Zaborszky Károly, Galantai, E. F. Higgins, Anna Wessely, Rudolf Ungvary and Gábor Tóth. Includes nespaper reprint of article about the exhbition. 

Italy

Anelli, S; and Granafei, R. Thinking of Mail Art: Towards an Information-Art. Centro Studi Pietro Mancini, Corso, Italy. March 20-30, 1982. (4 pages). Offset. 8 1/2"x6". Essay by the curators. Participant list.

Commercio, Salvatore; and Verticalist Group. Verticalismo. Catania, Italy. April 1982. 28 pages. Offset. 14"x10". Introduction by the curator, "Frammento del Romanzo 'Comizio Verticale' di Salvatore Commercio." Essays by Guglielmo Pepe, "Note Biobilbiografiche," and Lorenzo Misuraco, "Arte Verticale Postale." Reproductions. Participant list. 

Fontana, Giovanni. figur/partitura. Azienda Autonoma di Soggiorno e Turismo, Salerno, Ialy. October 7-14, 1982. (6 pages)  Offset. 7 1/4"x5". Essay by the curator. Includes two postcards in printed envelope).

Gini, Gino. Mail-Art: The Mythical Image. Palazzo Comunale, S. Vito dei Normanni, Italy. November 6-13 1982. (22 pages) Offset. 9 1/2"x6 3/4". Essay by curator. Reproductions.

Gini, Gino. Mail-Art: The Mythical Image. Laboratorio Artivisive, Foggia, Italy. January 23-31, 1982. (4 pages). Offset. 8 1/4"x4". Brochure listing participants.

Gini, Gino. Mail-Art: The Mythical Image. Universita di Pavia, Pavia, Italy. May 18-30, 1982. (2 pages). Offset with rubber stamp. 12"x8". Participant list.

Maggi, Ruggero. United for the Peace. Artestudio, Bergamo, Italy. December 18-31, 1982. (one page). Photocopy. 16 1/2"x12". Essay by the curator. Dedicated to E. A. Vigo, G. G. Marx, Robin Crozier, Michael Scott, Pawel Petasz. Includes invitation. 

Peli, Romano. 1961/1982: New York-Parma: 1st International Mail Art Manifesto for the 20th Anniversary of the "New York Corresponddence School of Art Founded by the American Artist Ray Johnson. C.D.O., Parma. June 1982. Poster. Offset. 19 1/4"x13". Manifesto. Participant list. Signed by the curator.

Pittore, Carlo. Salva La Campagna Romana! Mostra Internazionale di Arte Postale. Assessorato alla Cultura, Montecelio, Italy. September 18-October 3, 1982. Poster. Offset (2 color). 40"x27 1/4". Essay by the curator on verso.  Participant list on verso. Pittore graphic dominates this classic Mail Art poster, with it's size and visual boldness.

Rosamilla, Pepe. Fantastic Art. Centro Documentazion Arti Visive, Castel San Giorgio, Italy. 1982. Poster. Color Offset.  23 1/2"x31 1/2". Participant list.

Japan

Kato, Kowa. The T Shirt Show. Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. February 2-16, 1982. (24 pages). Photocopy. 10"x7 1/2". Reproductions.

Mexico

(Marin, Manuel). Poema Colectivo: Rev-o-lucion. La Pinacoteca Universitaria de la Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. April 15, 1982. (one page). Photocopy and rubber stamp. 13"x8 1/2". Participant list.

(Marin, Manuel). Poema Colectivo: Rev-o-lucion. La Pinacoteca Universitaria de la Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico. April 15, 1982. Poster. Offset (two color). 26"x17". Reproductions.

Netherlands

Carrión, Ulises. Art Photo-Copies Exhibition! Centrum 'T Hoogt and Studium Generale, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands. February 26-March 21, 1982. (2 pages). Photocopy with rubber stamp. Essay by Carrión. Participant list.

South Korea

(Baik, Kum-Nam). Seoul International Mail Art Exhibition '82. Seoul, South Korea. 1982. Poster. Offset. 15 3/4"x15". 

Spain

Martinou, Sofia. Environnement Mediterranéen: Projet d'Art Postal. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. July 15-17, 1982. Poster. Offset. 19 1/2"x14". Participant list.

Switzerland

Fricker, H. R. Artistic Activities in the Country-side. Schulhaus Hüttshwende, Trogen, Switzerland. October 2-November 13, 1982. (6 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x11 1/2". Reproductions. Newspaper revie includes exhbition installation.

United States

Anderson, Frank J. Comedy as Revelation: International Mail Art Show. Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. March 21-27, 1982. (4 pages). Photocopy. 14"x8 1/2". Essay by the curator. Participant list.

Bananaco. Please Post. Corner of Gibbs and Main Streets, Rochester, New York. November 1982-Demolition. (6 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Introduction by the curator. Reproductions of exhibition installation. Participant list. 85 artists from 9 countries. 

blurr, buZ (Russell Butler). Clack Clique Graffiti Stamp Project. Illinois Central and Gulf Railroad Yard, Memphis, Tennessee. March 10, 1982. (7 pages). Color Photocopy. 12"x8 1/2". Essay by the curator. Contributions pasted on railroad cars. 

Balkin, Steven. Enlightenment and Depravity in Urban Life. A. Montgomery Ward Gallery, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois. April 13-23, 1982. (24 pages). Photocopy. 11x8 1/2". Reproductions, including exhibition installation. Essays by the curator and Buzz Spector,"A Forewording Address: Essay on Mail Art." 

Bennett, John and C. Mehrl. Mail Art Romance. Columbus, Ohio. 1982. (one page). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". Flyer documenting participants in a "fifteen-minute jam-packed movie including the work of 100 mail artists from 15 countries."

Cannon, Terry; Meade, Richard; and Ulrich, Keith. Show for the Eyes. Pasadena Filmforum, Pasadena, California. July-August 1982. Box. Cardboard box with rubber stamped cover ("SHOW for the EYES.") 4"x3". Includes a book (unpaged) listing contributors, a button, and 46 cards listing "Stills from International Mail Art/Film Work.," and "Stills from Dada/Surrealist Film Retrospective."

Cannon, Terry; Meade, Richard; and Ulrich, Keith. Show for the Eyes. Pasadena Filmforum, Pasadena, California. July-August 1982. Poster. Offset. 17"x11". Advertising the "world premiere of a two-hour collection of films submitted over the last six months by over 100 artists from throughout the United States and Europe, and spliced together chronologically in the order of their receipt."

Carson, John. Change Mail Art Show. Art Office, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California. 1982. Poster. Offset. 21 1/2"x16". Reproductions. Participant list on verso. 

Creative Thing Paper Ambassadors: A Juried International Postcard Art Exhibit. Mendenhall Gallery, Whittier College, Whittier, California. April 5-30, 1982. 10 pages. Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Essay by the curator explaining reasons for judging work. Reproductions. Newspaper review.

Fornari, C. Scrap Book Mail Art Exhibit. Post Office, Chatham, New York. January 31-February 6, 1982. (3 pages). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". Reproductions of exhibit installation. 66 participants.

Harelson, Randy. The Way Out Mail Art Show. Broad Street Elementary School, Providence, Rhode Island. May 1982. 12 pages. Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Reproductions. Reprints newspaper article on the exhibit.

Harley. First International Mail Art Congress. Image Resource Center, Cleveland, Ohio. July 1982. (one page). Photocopy with rubber stamps. 11'x8 1/2". Letter postponing the Congress, which was to take place on April 1st, 1983. Important document as the "Mail Art Congress" concept took on important implications in 1986,

Lewis M. Parker Center. Male Mail. The Gallery, Burlington County College, Pemberton, New Jersey. May 9-June 23, 1982. 39 pages. Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Statistical breakdown of contributions. Participant list.

(Lewis M. Parker Center). Male Mail. The Gallery, Burlington County College, Pemberton, New Jersey. May 9-June 23, 1982. Poster. Color offset. 23"x16 1/2". Invitation to the exhibition

Lovell, Dave. Heavy Pieces: the X-15F Travelogue. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 1982. (24 pages). Offset. 8 1/2"x5". Camera sent through the mail to various participants. Reproductions. Edition 157/200.

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Post-Romance: Artists' Valentines. Windows on White, New York City, New York.  February 5-28, 1982. Postcard. Offset. 5"x7". Includes Mail Artists Ray Johnson, E. F. Higgins III, David B. Greenberger, Richard C., Eleanor Antin, others.

Rockola. Neo-Roc International Mail Art Exhibition. Fort Mason Armory Show, San Francisco, California. February 11-28, 1982. (28 pages). Offset with mixed media. 11"x8 1/2". Reproductions. Edition 164/200.

Spiegelman, Lon; and Taylor, Neal. Target Earth: International Mail-Art Exhibition Opposing Nuclear Proliferation and Militarism, Their Causes and Their Motives...and Promoting a Non-Nuclear Future Which Celebrates LIFE. Double Rocking G Gallery, Los Angeles, California. May 1982. Poster. Offset (2 color). 24"x19 1/2". Participant list on verso.

1983

Argentina

G. E. Marx  Vigo (Vigo, Edgardo A.; and Marx, Graciela G.) Circuito de Comunicacion a Distancia. Complejo Cultural Museo de Telecomunicaciones, Buenos Aires, Argentina. February 1983. (4 pages). Offset. 6"x8 1/2". Participant list. Documents the work of this celebrated Mail Art collaboration.

Belgium

Bleus, Guy. Telegraphy and Mail Art Project. Provinciaal Museum Hasselt, Hasselt, Belgium. March 26-April 17, 1983. (12 pages). Offset. 16 1/2"x11 3/4". Introduction by the curator, "Administration: Classification." Essay by the curator, "Administration." Reproductions. Participant list. Signed by the curator.

Bleus, Guy. Telegraphy and Mail Art Project. Provinciaal Museum Hasselt, Hasselt, Belgium. March 26-April 17, 1983. Poster. Offset. 32 1/2"x23 1/2".

Canada

Banana, Anna. Show Your Colors. Arts, Sciences and Technology Centre, Vancouver, B. C., Canada. October 28-December 29, 1983. (10 pages). Photocopy (color photocopy cover). 8 1/2"x7". Reproductions. Unsigned essay.

(Felter, Jas.) Soho Duo. Gallery, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada. September 6-23, 1983. Poster. Color offset. 24"x18". Signed by E. F. Higgins III. Featuring the work of Mail Artists Buster Cleveland and E. F. Higgins III. Reproduces a performance work by the artists covered with Cavellini stickers. 

Chile

Amnistia Internacional. Los Derechos Humanos: Exposicion Internacional de Arte Correo. Casona de la Universidad, San Marcos, Peru. December 7-16, 1983. Poster. Offset. 17"x24". Introduction on verso. Participant list on verso.

East Germany

Jesch, Birger. Wilhelm Reich. Dresden, East Germany. 1983. (4 pages). Offset with rubber stamp. 6"x4". Reproductions.

Germany

Küstermann, Peter. Kein Krieg in Meiner Stadt! Mailart für den Frieden. Mindener Bürgerhalle, Minden Germany. February 3-11, 1983. (150+ pages).  (Catalog published as a paperbound book by Peter-Rump-Verlag, Bielefield, Germany). Reproductions. Essays (texts in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian and Esperanto). Newspaper reviews.  Signed by the author.

Italy

Chiavari, Gian Marco; and Peli, Romano. "Ma Acome Fanno i Marinai" e la Mail Art. Galleria Borgobello, Parma, Italy. May 1983. (25 pages). Offset. 8 1/2x4 1/2". Includes essays by Chiavari and Peli. Reproductions, including color. Special section on German Mail Artist Horst Hahn. Also includes a "Breve Scheda Sulla Storia Della Mail Art."

Fontana, Giovanni. Figura/Partitura. Lavatoio Contumaciale., Rome, Italy. January 1983. (one page). Offset. 8 11/2"x4". Participant list.

Giacomucci, Ubaldo. What is Your Opinion About Zen Buddhism Mail Art Show. Tokonoma Gallery, Pescara, Italy. September 24-30, 1983. (1 page). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4". Participant list.

Giacomucci, Ubaldo. What is Your Opinion About Zen Buddhism Mail Art Show. Laboratorio di Poesia, Novoli, Italy. May 21-June 4, 1983. Poster. Offset. 27 1/2"x8 3/4". Participant list.

Gini, Gino. Mail-Art: The Mythical Image. Lavatoio Contumaciale, Rome, Italy. April 11, 1983. (2 pages). Photocopy with rubber stamp. 8 1/2"x11 3/4". Participant list.

Granafei, Rodolfo. Thinking of Mail-Art, Towards an Information-Art/About War, Peace and Something Else How the Idea is Born. Sala Espositiva, Istituto Statale D'Arte, Siracusa, Italy. November 12-24, 1983. (4 pages). Offset. 8"x6". Essays by the curator, "Network, Multinazionale, Mail-Art," untitled by Sergio Iagulli. Participant list.

Japan

Cohen, Ryosuke; and Shimamoto, Shozo. Mail Art Campaign in Japan. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo, Japan. January 1983. Gallery Komai, Tokyo, Japan. March 1983. Art Space, Kobe, Japan. April 1983. Yamazaki Gallery, Nara, Japan. May 1983. Art Space, Kobe, Japan. July-August, 1983. Poster. Offset. 21 1/2"x15 1/2". Newspaper reviews. Participant list. 

Kato, Kowa. Paperball Project. Gallery 612, Tokyo, Japan. June 5-12, 1983. Poster. Offset. 32 1/2"x23". Reproductions. Participant list.    

Mexico

Colectivo-3 (Espinosa, César; Zuńiga, Araceli; Jiménez, Humbverto Miguel). Revolucion. Universidad Autonoma Matropolitana, Xochimilco, Mexico. May 17-27, 1983. 20 pages. Offset. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Essay by Colectivo-3.

Colectivo-3 (Espinosa, César; Zuńiga, Araceli; Jiménez, Humbverto Miguel). Revolucion. Universidad Autonoma Matropolitana, Xochimilco, Mexico. May 17-27, 1983. Poster. Offset. 17 1/2"x13 1/2".

Grupo OZ (Zack, David). Conversaciones de Tepoztlan. Auditorio Ilhuicalli, Tepoztlan, Moralos, Mexico. February 11-March 5, 1983. (4 pages). Photocopy with rubber stamp. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Includes an essay by the curator and biographical notes.

Netherlands

van der Burg, Sonia. Show Me the Way to Your Star. Delft, The Netherlands. February 1983. (one page). Photocopy with watercolor. 6"x8". Participant list.

South Korea

Baik, Kum-Nam. 1st Seoul International Mail Art Exhibition. Korea Art Center, Seoul, South Korea. March 18-23, 1983. (120 pages). Offset. 10"x7 1/2". Reproductions. Important early catalog from Asia.

United States

Alex Igloo. The International Bob Dylan Mail-Art Exhibiition. disloKated Igloo Studios, Brooklyn, New York. Octyober 1983. (one page). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". Reproduces cassette label.

Anderson, Frank J. The Altar Popular. Sandor Teszler Library Gallery, Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina. January 3-30, 1983. (5 pages). Photocopy. 14"x8 1/2". Essay on the conception of the exhibition by Graciela G, Marx of Argentina.

Ashworth, Robert. The 1983 Mail Art Beauty Pageant. Bellingham, Washington. 1983. (one page). Photocopy with rubber stamps. 48"x7" unfolded. "Reproductions.

Bushmiller, Edgar Allen. The U.F.O./Project White Book: An International Exhbition of Evidence. Downtown Gallery, Old Dominion University Norfolk, Virginia. April 10-May 15, 1983. (2 pages). Photocopy. 14"x8 1/2"."Introduction," by the curator. 100 artists from 22 countries.

Calvert, Peggy. 'It's a Grand Old...' La Mirada Community Services, La Mirada, California. June 17-26, 1983. (4 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x7". Reproduction of exhibition installation. Reprints the newspaper article, "'Art for Masses' Rebellion Relies on Postal Services."

Creative Thing (Leslie Caldera). Syncopated Pandimonim. Lovell's, Whittier, California. January 14-16, 1983. (4 pages). Photocopy with rubber stamp. Reproductions, including exhibition installation.

Curmano, Billy. In Sympathy Exhibition. The College Center Gallery, Saint Mary's College, Winona, Minnesota. September 15-October 5, 1983. (12 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x7". The exhbition accompanied a performance by the curator. He was buried alive for 3 days.

Friis-Hansen, Dana. (Not so Foolish) Desires Multi Media Arts Festival and International Mailart Exhibition. Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota. April 1983. Poster. Offset. 22 1/4"x17". Introduction on verso. Reproductions.

Hale, Mary. "Once Upon a Time..." Carlsbad City Library, Carlsbad, California. 1983. (8 pages). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". Reproductions. Short essays by Janell Cannon and the curator.

Jacob, John P. The First International Portfolio of Artists' Photography. Venues in Europe and United States. 1983. (8 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Reproductions.

Kasnowski, Chester. Waterworks. Cold Spring Brook, Wiston, Vermont. August 2, 1983. (2 pages). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". Report of a mail art exhibition in Cold Spring Brook.

Kirkman, Bob. Cadillacs: Mail Art Exhibit. Student Gallery, California State University, Chico, California. October 3-14, 1983. (12 pages). Offset. 8"x6 1/2". Essay, "Mail Art," by Fred Martin. Reproductions. Newspaper review.

Kaufman, Jan Wilson. The Shoe Show. Kaufman Gallery, Oakland, California. July 1983. (8 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Reproductions. Special and honorable mentions listed.

MaGee, T. B. Post the Palms. Tamiami Trail, Everglades City, Florida. December 26, 1983. (20 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x5 1/2". Includes essay about the concept of the outdoor exhibition. Participant list.

Pack, Tom. Maps: A Mail Art Show. Diverse Works, Houston, Texas. December 7-30, 1983. (4 pages). Photocopy. 11"x8 1/2". Reproductions. 305 artists from 25 countries.

Peters, Ursala. Gold-X-Change '83. Kala Institute, Berkeley, California. January 1-31, 1983. Unpaged. 7 1/2"x6 3/4".Unique artist book, with tipped in envelopes, containing various texts. Reproductions. Participant list.

Pittore, Carlo. International Mail Art Exhibition. Maine Festival, Brunswick maine. August 5-7, 1983. (8 pages). Offset with artist postage stamps and postcards. 11"x8 1/2". Essay, "On Mail Art," by the curator.

Siff, Elena. The Magic Show: An International Mail Art Exhibition. Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California. December 19, 1982-January 21, 1983. (28 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/2"x7". Essays by the curator, Jeff Greenwald, "Catalog Notes," and Judith A. Hoffberg,"The Magic of Mail Art."

Teuty, Ian. Hollywood Confidential. The Storefront, San Francisco, California. May 1983. (36 pages). Photocopy. (11"x8 1/2". Reproductions. Innovative design in collaboration with Ginny Lloyd. 

Uruguay

Argańarez, N. N. Exposicion Internacional de Arte Correo. Asociaaion de Empleados Bancarios del Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay. October 14-November 11, 1983. 26 pages. Offset. 8 1/2"x6 3/4". Includes essay by the curator, "Arte-Correo."

Yugoslavia

Supek, Jaroslav. Izlozba: August the 16th Mail Art Project. Dom Omladine, Odzaci, Yugoslavia. August 16, 1983. (8 pages). Offset. 5 1/2"x3 1/2". Essay. Participant list.

1984

Belgium

*Bleus, Guy. Aerogramme Mail Art Project-Commonpress Retrospective. Stedelijk Muiseum het Toreke, Tienen, Belgium. October 19-November 18, 1984. 140 pages. Offset. 8"x5 1/2". Reproductions, including 4 pages of microfiche. Essay by the curator, "Exploring Mail Art,"  and by Pawel Petasz and Gerlald Jupitter-Larsen on the Commonpress publication project .

Metallic Avau. Murdes Communications. Cite de la Radio-Television, Bruxelles, Belgium. (June 1984). Poster. Offset. 24"x15". Reproduction of exhibition installation. Partcipant list.

v.z.w. Driewerf Hoera. The Mail Art Magazine. De Media, Eeklo, Belgium. Summer 1984. 5 pages. Offset. 4"x6". Participant list. Included in De Media, Special Mail Art Issue, January/February 1985.

Brazil

Fonteles, Bené. "Cuiabá a City You Imagine." Museum of Folk Art and Culture, University of Mato Grosso, Mato, Brazil. Seaptember 1984. Poster. Offset. 15"x21 1/2". Call for entries.

Canada

Collinson, Helen. Peace Earth Peace: Global Mail Art Show. Ring House Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. November 15-December 21, 1984. Poster. Offset. 24"x18". Reproductions. 300 artists from 24 countries.

Denmark

Rasmussen, Steen Moller. Polaroid to Plagiat. b Strand, Denmark. (1984). (4 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6". Reproductions. 14 participants including Guy Bleus, Julien Blaine and Robert Filliou. Includes original polaroid.

Nielsen, Mogens Otto; and Atmosphere Controlled. Pocket Museum. Kunstmuseum, Hjallerup, Denmark. November 1984. (4 pages). Photocopy with rubber stamps. 11"x8 1/2". Participant list.

Nielsen, Mogen Otto; and Schmidt-Olsen, Carsten. Thou Art 84. Jomfru Ane Teatret, Aalborg, Denmark. May 11-17, 1984. (80 pages). Offset and photocopy. 11 1/2"x8". Reproductions.

East Germany

Jacob, Steffen. Wall-Projekt. Jugendklub TIP,Karl-Marx-Stadt, East Germany. September 1984. (one page). Photocopy and rubber stamp. 8"x11". Photograph with notes by the curator. List of participants.  See Osteuropa Mail Art im Internationalen Netzwerk, page 302. 

Rehfiedt, Robert. Robert Rehfeldt: Collagen, Assemblagen, Zeichnungen. Galerie im Turm, Berlin, East Germany. October 5-27, 1984. Poster. Color Offset. 32"x22 1/2". 

England

A-1 Waste paper Co. Ltd. 1984-"Peace in the World or the World in Pieces." Whitechapel Gallery, London, England. January 18-February 19, 1984. (10 pages). 11 3/4"x8 1/2". Photocopy with rubber stamps. Reproductions. ssay by David Zack, "Mail Art: Past, Present, Future."

France

Braunstein, Jacques. Le Mail-Art aux Prémontrés: L'Object Culturel. Le Centre Culturel des Prémontrés, Lorraine, France. March 1984. 75 pages. Offset. 11 3/4x8 1/2". Introductions. Reproductions.

Germany

Arts, Arno. Arts Above the Couch. Kunstverein, Stadt Museum, Kassel, Germany. 1984. (3 papges). Photocopy with rubber stamp. 12'x8 1/2". Remarks by the curator. Participant list.

O;brich, Jürgen. 1984: Grübe zum Untergang. Kunoldstr.34, Kassel, Germany. 1984. Poster. Offset. 33 1/2"x24". Reproductions.

Schulz, Friedhelm. Die Internationale Copy-Mail-Art Ausstellung 1984. Berlin, West Germany. 1984. New York, New York. 1984. (4 pages). Photocopy. 8 1/4"x6".Text by the curator. Reprodutions.

Weiss, Hildegard; and Clerico, Hannes. Mein Partner. Kunst & Handwerk, Rosenheim, West Germany. September 26, 1984. (100 pages). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/2". Introductions by curators. Reproductions. Poster included. Edition 130/200.

Greece

Open Head Arts. 1984: The Big Brother's Year. Athens, Greece. 1984. (2 pages). Photocopy. 12"x8 1/4". List of Participants.

Hungary

Vásárhelyi, Antal. International 'Mail Art' Exhibition Budapest 1984. Club of Young Artists, Budapest, Hungary. September 14, 1984. 111 pages. Offset. 8"x5 3/4". Reproductions. Essay by György Somogyi. Edition 714/1000.

Italy

Anelli, Salvatore; Granafei, Rodolfo; and Iagulli, S. Mail-World's-Artists-Family. Centro Studi Mancini, Cosenza, Italy. April 12-13, 1984. (16 pages). Offset. 8 1/2"x6 1/4". Essay by Rodolfo Granafei, "Network, Multizionale, Mail-Art..." Reproductions.  

Caravita, Lamberto. Prima Mostra Internazionale di Arte Postale Mail-Art. Assessorato alla Cultura, Massa Lombarda, Italy. Poster. Offset. 19 1/4"x13 1/4". Participant list.

Cella, Carla. Esposizione Internazionale di 'Arte Postale'. Milan, Italy. June 21-230, 1984. (1 page). Photocopy. 11 1/2"x8 1/4". Participant list.

Ciammarughi, Liana; Cipriani, Fabio; di Gazzia, Enzo; and Miccini, Eugenio. 'Voltaire' Mail Art Show. Caffe Voltaire, Florence, Italy. April 4-29, 1984. 88 pages. Offset. 11 3/4"x8 1/4". Reproductions.

Falco, Giuliano. Arteinchiostro. Les Oiseaux Noirs, Valleggia, Italy. August 17-27, 1984. (2 pages). Offset. 14"x10". Essay by the curator, "Mail Art/L'Arte in Comunicazione."

Fontana, Giovanni. Figura/Scrittura/Partitura. Liceo Artistico Statale, Frosinone, Italy. May 19-31, 1984. (32 pages). Offset. 6 1/2"x4 1/2". Reproductions. Works of 55 American visual poets.

Fontana, Giovanni. Figura/Scrittura/Partitura. Galleria "Il Punto," Velletri, Ialy. June 116-30, 1984. (48 pages). Reproductions. Essays, including Dick Higgins, "Statement on Poetics."

                                                                                 
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