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Art and Correspondence from the Western Front, exhibition

Organizer(s): Craig, Kate – Glenn Lewis – Eric Metcalf – Michael Morris – Vincent Trasov

Location: Western Front, Vancouver, Canada, 1979; A Space, Toronto, Canada, 21 January–9 February, 1980; Open Space Gallery, Victoria, Canada, 27 May–21 June, 1980

Date: 1979

Number of participants: 5

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Abebooks, Artpool, Held [Jean Brown]

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog (bookwork)

Bibliography: Extending the End of the Line: Correspondence and Exchange in Vancouver Art Since the 1960s, in: West Coast Initiative, bard.edu
Dale, Stephen: Art and Correspondence from the Western Front at the Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton Magazine, February 1980, pp. 41–43.

Art As Revolt, exhibition

Organizer(s): Maximal Art Gallery (Grzegorz Dziamski)

Location: Maximal Art Gallery, Poznan, Poland

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Poster (catalog, list of participants)

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Call

Bibliography: Biulletin Maximal Art, Polish Center of Young Art, Poznan, November 1978.

Art Core Meltdown, exhibition

Organizer(s): Reid, Terry – Pat Larter – Caes Francke

Location: University of Sydney Union, Sydney, Australia

Date: 9–5 September, 1979

Number of participants: ca. 160

Document(s): Call, Catalog, List of participants, Poster

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Lomholt, Thierry Tillier

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog, Call, Poster

Arte Postale!, periodical

Author(s)/Editor(s): Baroni, Vittore (ed.)

Publisher: Vittore Baroni, Viareggio, Italy

Date: October, 1979–2009

Number of participants:

Document(s): Issues No. 1-100.

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Bonotto

Available for research at Artpool: Issues, Call. We are looking for the following issues: 4, 12, 14-16, 20, 22, 24, 31-35, 37-39, 41-45, 47-50, 53-54, 74-75.

Art In Opposition (Italy). Mail Art Magazine, exhibition

Author(s)/Editor(s):

Publisher: C. D. O., Centro Documentazione Organizzazione Visive, Parma, Italy

Date: 18–31 May, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Invitation

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Invitation

Artists’ Postage Stamps and Cancellation Stamps, exhibition

Organizer(s): Carrión, Ulises

Location: Stempelplaats, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Date: 21 July–17 August, 1979

Number of participants: 150, 25 countries

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Umbrella (July 1979)]

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog, Umbrella

Bibliography: Carrión, Ulises (ed.): Artists’ Postage Stamps and Cancellation Stamps Exhibition, Rubber Vol. 2, No. 8, Stempelplaats, Amsterdam, 1979, p. 12

“Artists Report” Mail-Art, exhibition

Organizer(s): Schmidt, Angelika

Location: Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

Date: 2 September–5 November, 1979

Number of participants: 360, 35 countries

Document(s): Catalog, Call

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog, Call

Artpool’s Art Tour, tour

Organizer(s): Galántai, György – Júlia Klaniczay (Artpool)

Location: Italy

Date: 21 June–2 August, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Galántai’s Diary, Photos

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Photos

Bibliography: György Galántai: Artpool’s Art Tour, 21 June–2 August 1979, Artpool’s first art tour project to Italy, in: ARTPOOL - The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe, Artpool, Budapest, Hungary, pp. 41–42. (Ed. by György Galántai – Júlia Klaniczay) Bodor, Kata: "…I would like to be connected to the time I’m in…" Interview with György Galántai, the curator of the Parastamp exhibition, in: Parastamp. Four Decades of Artistamps, from Fluxus to the Internet, exh. catalog, Szépművészeti Múzeum, Budapest, 2007, pp. 84–100. [p. 87.]

Brain In the Mail, exhibition

Organizer(s): Cantsin, Monty (Kántor István)

Location: Vehicule Art Center, Montreal, Canada

Date: 14 February, 1979–(?)

Number of participants: 500

Document(s): Catalog, Call, Article

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog, Call, Article

"we didn’t use the term Neoism until later, in early 1979. I returned to Montreal in November 1978 and I took a job as janitor. I got in touch with Vehicule Art, a local artists-run organization, and proposed a mail art event that was called Brain In the Mail. The opening of the Brain In the Mail show took place on February 14, 1979 and mostly it is considered to be the beginning of Neoism. Even though I came up with the name only a couple of months later and typed the word Neoism for the first time on a Smith-Corona typewriter on May 1, 1979, in Apt. 215, at 1100 McGregor Street, to be really exact." Istvan Kantor with Daniel Baird, The Brooklyn Rail, 2004, brooklynrail.org

Buracoarte, project

Organizer(s): Duch, Leonhard Frank

Location: Recife, Brasil

Date: 1979

Number of participants: ca. 100

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Calgary Correspondence/Mail Art Exhibition. Whatever Happened To The Seventies?, exhibition

Organizer(s): Stake, Chuck

Location: Clouds ‘n’ Water Gallery, Calgary, Canada

Date: 6 February–3 March, 1979

Number of participants: 96

Document(s): Call, List of Participants, Article

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Held [Jean Brown], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: List of Participants, Article

Bibliography: Tivy, David: A decade of dadaistic delights, Calgary Herald, 12 February, 1979

Campain79 , project

Organizer(s): Stake, Chuck

Location: Clouds ‘n’ Water Gallery, Calgary, Canada

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Poster

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Chuck Stake List], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Poster

Cavellini: Authorization, project

Organizer(s): Cavellini, G. A.

Location: Brescia, Italy

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Authorization

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Authorization

Comment: Galántai and Artpool Art Research Center organized a Centennial Celebration at the Ludwig Museum, Budapest, 12 June–24 August, 2014.

Commonpress No. 23, Satira Politica: Post Scriptum, publication

Author(s)/Editor(s): Baroni, Vittore

Publisher: Forte dei Marmi Library, Forte dei Marmi, Italy

Date: 1-16 September, 1979

Number of participants: 250

Document(s): Call, Catalog, Poster

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Destinataire Paris, exhibition

Organizer(s): Blaine, Julien (Doc (k) s)

Location: La Galerie Lara Vincy, Paris, France

Date: 6–22 September, 1979

Number of participants: 200

Document(s): Card, Call, Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Jean Brown]

Available for research at Artpool: Call, Catalog

The Erratic Mail International System, project & exhibition

Organizer(s): Carrión, Ulises

Location: Egmont Hojskolen, Hou, Denmark

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Jean Brown]

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

First Edmonton Correspondence Mail Art Exhibition

Organizer(s): Stake, Chuck

Location: Latitude 53 Gallery, Edmonton, Canada

Date: 1–14 November, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call (poster), List of Participants, Article

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Chuck Stake List], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Call (poster), List of Participants, Article

Bibliography: Wilde, Ellen: Punk On Paper, in: Interface 41

Fluxus International & C°, Exhibition, Fluxus Concert

Organizer(s): Di Maggio, Gino — Ben Vautier

Location: Palais des congres, Liege, France

Date: 19 January–17 February, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog, Invitation & Call, Photo

From Bookworks to Mailworks, exhibition

Organizer(s): Bán, András

Location: Club of Young Artists. Fiatal Művészek Klubja (FMK), Budapest, Hungary

Date: 8 – 14 December, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Catalog, Chronology of Hungarian Correspondence Art, Photos

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Bibliography: Rubber Books & Post, Fiatal Művészek Klubja, Budapest, 1979

Comment: The exhibition (organized by Bán András) showed works of Aart van Barneveld (Rubber Books & Post) and of Ulises Carrión (Names and Addresses – Verbal, Visual, and Aural Works – 1973 – 1979).

Hot Town! Summer In The City…, exhibition

Organizer(s): Stake, Chuck

Location: Clouds ‘n’ Water Gallery, Calgary, Canada

Date: 1 – 28 July, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call (poster), List of Participants, Invitation

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Chuck Stake List]

Available for research at Artpool: Call (poster), List of Participants, Invitation

I.D.’s Mr. ReeeeSearch Continued, project

Organizer(s): Hambleton, Richard Art (R. Dick Trace It)

Location: Canada

Date: 1978-1979

Number of participants: 300, 29 countries

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Letter, Catalog

Mr. Klein, exhibition

Organizer(s): Elling, Tom – Lomholt Formular Press

Location: Galerie S:t Petri Archive of Experimental and Marginal Art (Jean Sellem), Lund, Sweden

Date: 10 – 24 January, 1979

Number of participants: 24

Document(s): Document(s): Catalog, Photos, Works

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Kunst og Kunstnere, Egmont, exhibitions

Organizer(s): Lomholt, Nils

Location: Hou, Denmark

Date: 1979

Number of participants: 5

Document(s): Catalog, Call

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Umbrella (July 1979], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog, Call, Umbrella

Mail Art Italia – Giappone ‘79, exhibition

Organizer(s): Italian Institute of Culture, Kyoto, Fain Nagoya, and C.D.O. Parma, Italy

Location: Italian Institute of Culture, Kyoto, Japan

Date: 12 - 18 November, 1979

Number of participants: 42

Document(s): Catalog, Invitation, List of participants

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held

Available for research at Artpool: Invitation, List of participants

Mail Etc., Art, exhibitions

Organizer(s): Weiffenback, Jean Edith – Bonnie Donahue – Ed Koslow and others

Location: University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA, 22 January – 17 February, 1979; Southern Illionois University, Edwardsville, Illinois, USA 5 March – 1 April, 1979; Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 8 – 31 May, 1979; Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA, 29 September – 26 October, 1979

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Invitation, Letter & Articles, Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

The Mythical Image, exhibition series

Organizer(s): Gini, Gino

Location: Centro Lavoro Arte, Milano, Italy, 9 – 17 November, 1979; Studio Arti Visive, Matera, Italy, December 1979.

Date: 1979

Number of participants: 90-115

Document(s): Call, List of participants (90), List of Participants (115)
The project lasted till 1982. See next years.

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: List of participants, Call

Comment: The project lasted till 1982. See next years.

Names and Addresses – Verbal, Visual and Aural Works – 1973-1979, exhibition

Organizer(s): Bán András

Location: Club of Young Artists. Fiatal Művészek Klubja (FMK), Budapest, Hungary

Date: 7 – 13 December, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Catalog, Chronology of Hungarian Correspondence Art, Photos

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Comment: The exhibition (organized by Bán András) showed works of Aart van Barneveld (Rubber Books & Post) and of Ulises Carrión (Names and Addresses – Verbal, Visual, and Aural Works – 1973 – 1979).

Oggi Poesia Domani, exhibition

Organizer(s): Fontana, Giovanni – Adriano Spatola

Location: Biblioteca Comunale, Fiuggi, Italy

Date: 1–30 September, 1979

Number of participants: 215

Document(s): Catalog, Catalog (pdf), Poster, Tape (Baobab No. 3)

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Bonotto, Held, Lomholt, Spatola

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Open, project

Organizer(s): Jonge, Ko de

Location: Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst Citadelpark, Gent, Belgium

Date: 12 September 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Postcard, Letter, Bookwork

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Postcard, Letter, Bookwork

Comment: Later on in the year 1982 György Galántai asked Ko de Jonge to design an artistamp specially to open Artpool’s APS No. 11, Everybody With Anybody stamp exhibition.

Operation Garage, I-Postcard Show, exhibition

Organizer(s): T.A.C./ C.R.A.A.G.

Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Date: 25 August, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Catalog, Flyers

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Fluxus Archive

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Other Child Book, exhibition

Organizer(s): Gajewski, Henryk

Location: Remont Gallery, Warsaw, Poland, 1979; Amsterdam, 20 October, 1979; State University College of New York, Buffalo, New York, USA, 3 February – (?), 1985

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Article, Call, Film, List of participants, Poster

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Mail Art Archive

Available for research at Artpool: Call, Article

Bibliography: Gajewski stimulating creativity, in: Am-Pol Eagle, Vol. 26, No. 23, Buffalo, N.Y., 7 February, 1985

Pacco dall’Italia. Italian Package. APS No. 2

Organizer(s): Galántai György – Klaniczay Júlia – Artpool

Location: PIK (Papíripari Klub), Budapest, Hungary

Date: 12 – 24 November, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Artpool Events (1979-1991)

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool:

Comment: The exhibition would have contained mainly visual and sound poetry pieces and the material received by Artpool for its mail art call. The exhibition, which was being organized at that time, was hindered by the Budapest Fine Arts Directorate, the competent authority of authorization.
Connected project: Artpool’s Art Tour

Pool Window, newsletter

Author(s)/Editor(s): Galántai, György – Júlia Klaniczay

Publisher: Artpool, Budapest, Hungary

Date: 1979–1982

Number of participants:

Document(s): Issues

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Copy

Bibliography: Perneczky, Géza: The Magazine Network. The Trends of Alternative Art in the Light of their Periodicals 1968–1988, Soft Geometry, Köln, 1993, pp. 88, 128.
Tumbas, Jasmina: International Hungary! György Galántai’s Networking Strategies, ARTMargins, June–October 2012, Vol. 1, No. 2–3, pp. 87–115.
Stiles, Kristine – Peter Selz: Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art. A Source-book of Artists’ Writings (Second Edition, Revised and Expanded by Kristine Stiles), University of California Press, Berkley – Los Angeles – London, 2012, p. 878.

“A one-page newsletter for Hungarian artists mainly about Mail Art news, to stimulate local MA activities. Altogether 30 issues (1980: 1–5, 1981: 6–18, 1982: 19–30) were published. A4 photocopy (from issue no. 6 on preprinted stationary), rubberstamped. Editors: György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay, graphic design and realization: Galántai. The first issue appeared as part of the publication ‘the artpool’.” ARTPOOL - The Experimental Art Archive of East-Central Europe, Artpool, Budapest, Hungary, p. 44. (Ed. by György Galántai – Júlia Klaniczay)

Postal Art Work, artistamps

Organizer(s): Galántai, György

Location: Artpool, Budapest, Hungary

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Artwork

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane]

Available for research at Artpool: Artwork

Comment: The title refers to the first series of artistamps published and used in Galántai’s correspondence at the beginning of his networking endeavours.

Postal Medium, exhibition

Organizer(s): Crispolti, Enrico – Franco Summa

Location: Pescara, Italy

Date: May – June, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Catalog, Photo

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Artslant

Available for research at Artpool: Call, Catalog

"Enrico Crispolti and Franco Summa set up in Pescara an exhibition titled Postal Medium containing works by Cavellini, Basilio Cascella and other mail artists. In Pescara Cavellini made a new writing performance on some panels and on the body of Gianni Romeo." Wikipedia

Comment: See the next phase of the project at the year 1980!

Poste Restante, exhibition

Organizer(s): Scott, Michael

Location: Liverpool Academy of Arts, Liverpool, England

Date: 12 June – 1 July, 1979

Number of participants: 304, 25 countries

Document(s): Call, Catalog (List of Participants)

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Call, Catalog (List of Participants)

Postman Always Rings Twice / Test The Post Office (+ Art Documentation ’79 by Horiike), exhibition

Organizer(s): Spiegelman, Lon – Don Emery

Location: Santa Monica City College, Santa Monica, California, USA

Date: 12 October – 2 November, 1979

Number of participants: 381, 23 countries

Document(s): Call, Poster, Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Ray Johnson Nothing, Homage to Ray Johnson, exhibition

Organizer(s): C.D.O. (Romano Peli & Michaela Versari)

Location: MAIL ART SPACE, C.D.O., Parma, Italy

Date: 1-31 October, 1979

Number of participants: 38 (Italian artists)

Document(s): Invitation

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Invitation

Red-Y Made, project

Organizer(s): Schulz, Thomasz

Location: Ladek Zdroj, Poland

Date: 1979–1988

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Work

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Umbrella (November 1980)], Lomholt, Mail Artists

Available for research at Artpool: Call

Bibliography: Bibliography: Schulz, Thomasz: Tobeornot, oder ein Mailartist in einem totalitären Land sein, in: Mail Art – Osteuropa im internationalen Netzwerk, Schwerin, 1996, pp. 247–250. (de, en)

Comment: See similar approaches by Gábor Attalai

“the other projects I wasn’t officially allowed to show, I exhibited in my apartment which I declared a ‘Red-Y-Made Center’ at the beginning of the state of war in Poland (December 13, 1981). In its lifetime (December 1984 - October 1988), the Red-Y-Made Center organized unofficial and uncensored exhibitions for 68 artists from 17 countries.” Schulz, Thomasz: Tobeornot, oder ein Mailartist in einem totalitären Land sein, in: Mail Art – Osteuropa im internationalen Netzwerk, Schwerin, 1996, p. 248.

Route 66 International Postal Art Show, exhibition

Organizer(s): Transient Press (Ken Saville)

Location: Downtown Center for the Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Date: 4 February – 3 March, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, List of Participants

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane; Umbrella (January 1979)], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Call, Umbrella

Rubber Stamps by Artists, exhibition

Organizer(s): Schill, Ruedi and Susi

Location: Apropos Gallery, Lucerne, Switzerland

Date: 5-29 June, 1979

Number of participants: 110, 21 countries

Document(s): Call, Invitation, Poster

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Call, Invitation, Poster

Rubberstamp Workshop

Organizer(s): Barneveld, Aart van – Remont Gallery

Location: Remont Gallery, Warsaw, Poland

Date: 21 – 24 March, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Send a Postcard to Barbara, exhibition

Organizer(s): Aubin, Barbara

Location: Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Date: 12-31 October, 1979

Number of participants: 558

Document(s): Article, Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Jean Brown], Held [Crane], Chicago Tribune

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Shazam!, exhibition

Organizer(s): Tane - Postcard Preservation Society (P.P.S.)

Location: Dubbo South High School Hall, Australia

Date: 21-25 November, 1979

Number of participants: 110, 21 countries

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Bibliography: Shazam!, Postcard Preservation Society, New South Wales, Australia, 1979

A Small “Now Drawing Is…” International Exhibition, exhibition

Organizer(s): Kwak Duck Jun

Location: Gallery Marronnier, Kyoto, 13 - 21 January, 1979; Utsubo Gallery, Osaka, Japan

Date: 2 – 7 February, 1979

Number of participants: 100, 29 countries

Document(s): Call, Catalog, List of Participants

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Call, Catalog, List of Participants

Stamp Art, Vile No. 7, periodical special issue

Author(s)/Editor(s): Gaglione, Bill – VILE

Publisher: Bill Gaglione, San Francisco, California, USA

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Publication (cover)

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Crane

Available for research at Artpool: Call

“The 7th issue of VILE, called STAMP ART, is a special, limited edition of 300 copies of hand-stamped pages by 200 artists in the International Network. It was edited by Gaglione, and was in the works for the better part of two years. […] The first 200 went to contributors, the 3rd hundred sold out within a year. Since then Gaglione has continued his interest in rubber-stamp works, and has produced 4 editions called STAMP ART, in which participants send 150-200 copies of their page.” Banana, Anna: Mail Art in Canada & Western U.S.A., in: Mail Art Then and Now, The Flue, Vol. 4, No. 3-4 (special issue), 1984 Winter, pp. 25-28.

T-Shirt Art, exhibition

Organizer(s): Schill, Ruedi and Susi

Location: Apropos Gallery, Lucerne, Switzerland

Date: 15 November – 20 December, 1979

Number of participants: 51

Document(s): Call, Invitation

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Crane], Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Invitation

Telepathic Music. Telepatikus Zene. APS No. 1, project

Organizer(s): Filliou, Robert – György Galántai (Artpool)

Location: Young Artists’ Club. Fiatal Művészek Klubja, Budapest, Hungary

Date: September, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Postcard, Photo, Description

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Postcard, Photo, Description

Textile Without Textile. Textil - textil nélkül, exhibition, assembling

Organizer(s): Galántai György (Artpool)

Location: Fiatal Művészek Klubja, Budapest, Hungary

Date: 19-26 October, 1979

Number of participants: 52

Document(s): Invitation, Assembling publication

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Invitation, Assembling publication

Think About Mail Art, project

Organizer(s): Todorovic, Miroljub (Signalist Documentation Center)

Location: Belgrade, Yugoslavia

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Anthology

Source(s) of the listed documents: Held [Crane], IgoYugo, Todorovic

Available for research at Artpool: Call

Comment: No Exhibition happened in Happy Gallery, Students Cultural Center, Belgrade. An anthology was published in the February, 1980 issue of Delo magazine.

The Third Earth Healing Exhibition

Organizer(s): Stake, Chuck

Location: Clouds ‘n’ Water Gallery, Calgary, Canada

Date: 10-23 June, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call (poster), Invitation (poster)

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Held [Chuck Stake List]

Available for research at Artpool: Call (poster), Invitation (poster)

This is serious, exhibition

Organizer(s): Zack, David

Location: Lomholt Formular Press, Hou, Denmark

Date: 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Catalog, List of Participants, Work

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Today, Art Is a Prison, exhibition

Organizer(s): Zabala, Horacio

Location: Egmont, Hou, Denmark

Date: 13 – 25 February, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Call, Catalog, List of Participants

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

Umbrella Mail Art Show, exhibition

Organizer(s): Hoffberg, Judith

Location: University Art Galleries, Riverside, California, USA

Date: 12 July – 12 September, 1979

Number of participants: 348

Document(s): Call, Invitation, Articles, Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents:Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Call

Wandering World Wig Project for Ray Johnson 1979, exhibition

Organizer(s): Monty Cantsin

Location:

Date: 1979

Number of participants: 19

Document(s): Catalog

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog, Other Events Related to Ray Johnson

Westeast - Partisan People, exhibition

Organizer(s): Zagoricnik, Franci – Zivko Kladnik

Location: Galerija Skuc, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia

Date: July – August, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Catalog (bookwork), Video

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Paula Roush's Youtube channel

Available for research at Artpool: Catalog

World Phantom Soup (Supper Performance series)

Organizer(s): Monty Cantsin (Kántor István)

Location: Montreal, Canada

Date: 27 October, 1979

Number of participants:

Document(s): Article, Call, List of participants

Source(s) of the listed documents: Artpool, Lomholt

Available for research at Artpool: Call, List of participants, Article

Bibliography: Art Lover: Vér, arany, neoizmus, Ráció Kiadó, Budapest, 2012, p. 86.

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