Mail Your Art

art & more by Gerald Jatzek & Gabriele Müller


Remembering the Sea

Stephan J. Mitterwieser is a newbie to mail art, but he quickly found the right persons to answer his questions, namely Lutz Wohlrab and Ryosuke Cohen. He sent us a…

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A Travel Journal

In September 2003, Raphael Nadolny traveled from Poland to Slovakia and Ukraine. On the road he wrote a journal with interesting descriptions and reflections and photographs. It contains his thoughts…

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Art from two Countries

Not all things have gone smoothly for a time. That’s why we have been offline for some weeks. We are back with some great examples of mail art that we…

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Death of a Factory

Raphael Nadolny sent a triptych of photos of the old vodka factory Koneser which means connoisseur in English in the Warsaw district of Old Praga.  The industrial complex was built around…

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Cats, Cats, Cats

Wikipedia tells us: “Research has suggested that viewing online cat media is related to positive emotions, and that it even may work as a form of digital therapy or stress…

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Music is your only Friend

What shall be our legacy? That was the question behind Puskás Pálma’s call for works on the subject of time capsule. Participants were invited to create a postcard which tells…

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Poetry Walls

A month ago, the mail poetry exhibition in the former prison of Avellino closed its doors. (Though, you can still visit the collection on facebook.) The show featured texts from…

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Mit Liebe gemacht

Ingo Cesaro ist nicht nur Autor zahlreicher Werke. Er gestaltet und druckt auch Bücher, und die gehören zu den schönsten im deutschen Sprachraum. Vergangenes Jahr initiierte er ein Mail-Art-Projekt mit…

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Griechischer Abend

Einen griechischen Abend mit Gerald Jatzek und Reinhard Wegerth gab es am 25. Februar im Salon von Gabriela Habenschuss. Wegerth las Geschichten über das Griechenland von gestern und heute aus…

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Spaß in der Schule

 “Wir haben es mit einem Barden zu tun, mit einem jener Dichter, die fest davon überzeugt sind, Kinder sollten vor allem eins haben: ihren eigenen Kopf. Nach dem dritten Akkord…

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” “Komm! ins Offene, Freund!” lautet der Beginn eines unvollendeten Gedichts von Friedrich Hölderlin, das – offenbar – auch die Redaktion der Jahresschrift Das Gedicht angeregt hat. Die einflussreichste Lyrikpublikation…

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A Short Introduction

What is Mail Art? (3) This video offers a brief introduction to Mail Art as a form of art that defies the global art market: See also: To learn more about this brainchild of Dada…

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