Friday, August 17, 2007

mailart call from russian zine "Vvedenskaya Storona

(via andrei rabodzeenko)

But anyway: the Russian magazine that I was talking about, "Vvedenskaya
Storona", finally announced the mail-art project. It's called "The Whole
World in an Envelope". The deadline is November 20, 2007. They say that
all works will be shown at the art show in 2008, in the city of Veliki
Novgorod, Russia.
The address is:

Новгородская область (Novgorodskaya oblast)
Г. Старая Русса (Staraya Russa)
Советская Набережная, 18-61 (Sovietskaya Naberezhnaya, 18-61)
"Введенская Сторона" ("Vedenskaya Storona")


Andrei Rabodzeenko said...

The official site for this project is
All mail artists are invited to participate.
The entries will be posted on this blog too.
Thank you Frips for posting the call!

Anonymous said...

Mail art call from Honduras, Central America

THEME: “Merry Christmas”

Comment: artist Jorge Restrepo ( will make an installation in the Spanish Cultural Center, Tegucigalpa, Honduras (Central America). The mail-artworks will show the reality of the world, the extreme differences in religion, social classes, justice, poverty, income, access to water, languages…of different countries….of the world. While some people are partying and celebrating, gambling…vacationing…in December, others are suffering. Jorge Restrepo will create an environment of Christmas celebration at the exhibit rooms of the Center…using the mail-artworks. The observer to the exhibit will feel the sensation of Christmas decoration. When attendants look in detail to the decoration (mail-artworks simulating Christmas cards and messages) the reality of the world will appear…dramatically…in from of their eyes…

Electronic documentation to all. Please send Email address, name and postal address.

Format and medium: free . All work be exposed. No returns.

Deadline: November 30, 2007

Curator: Carlos Lanza

Send to:

Jorge Restrepo

POBox 93

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Central America

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