Alex Witter from The Netherlands, is an artist who is very active in mail art networking. He contributed his mail art to many international projects, but he also organises mail art exhibitions. The information about his current project “What Makes You Happy!” can be found on the blog.
Alex sent us his self-portrait titled “Egghead”.
Richard Baudet is an artist and calligrapher from Marseille, France. He sent us an envelope made in collage and calligraphic writing.
Bernhard Zilling is an artist and writer from Berlin, Germany, who is involved in mail art network since 1992. He was studying history, sociology and cultural science, and he is publishing literature and is doing text performances as well since 1979. His mail art is included in many private collections, online galleries, and magazines.
Bernhard has sent us his postcard self-portrait titled “Sometimes down, Sometimes up”.
To see more of Bernhard’s art, please visit his website.
Antonio Cares from Santiago, Chile, has sent us his “Surrealist Self-Portrait” made in collage technique.
Ryosuke Cohen is a mail artist from Ashiya-City, Hyogo, Japan. His now famous Brain Cell mail art is circulating all over the world. In this ongoing project, Ryosuke asks other mail artists to contribute their designs, rubber stamps, stickers or seals and he incorporate them in his A3 size sheets. Each sheet is numbered and has a list of artists included in that particular issue. More about the project you may find here and here.
This is the Brain Cell 1015.
Viviana Andrada is an artist, art teacher and researcher from Rosario, Argentina. She has published many of her research papers and she also exhibited in national art congresses and conferences. Her work includes installations, performances, photographs, objects, artist’s books, mail art, textile art, visual poetry and urban interventions.
Viviana has sent us her collage self-portrait titled “Other Pair of Eyes Self”. For more about Viviana’s art please visit her blog.
Ela Wysakowska-Walters is a Polish artist who completed her MFA in 2011 from the University of Arts in Poznan. She is currently PhD student at the same University and also she organises art projects that involve people not necessarily with the artistic background. She is drawing feathers since 2015 and she always considered those drawings as a self-portraits.
She says: “With each line, I make visible the emotional states, identity features, hesitations, bold decisions, strong grips and whatever else comes together to make our self”.
For more about Ela’s art, please visit her blog.