Ryosuke Cohen is an artist from Japan who works continuously on the Brain Cell project for almost 35 years. It is a constant compiling/archiving/sending process where Ryosuke collects artists images (rubber stamps, artistamps, photocopies, gocco prints…) and put them together on the A3 paper format, creating a unique visual image. The image is reproduced in […]
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 […]
Ryosuke Cohen is a Japanese mail artist who is involved in Mail Art movement since the 1980s. He runs his Brain Cell project since 1985. The project is an interaction between mail artists who send their stamps, stickers, drawings or other images to Ryosuke, who then incorporate them into his cells. The cells are printed in […]
Ryosuke Cohen is well known in the mail art circles. His mail art project Brain Cell runs since 1985. ‘The project is a networked art project where individual artists contribute stamps, stickers, drawings or other images. These are sent through the mail to Cohen, who assembles and prints them as part of each cell. He […]
On Tuesday, 2nd August 2017, the exhibition was set up and opened for public in the public library gallery in Droitwich Spa. I was overwhelmed with a number and a quality of artworks as they were arriving, but once when everything was set up on the gallery walls – it all came together as a […]
The official deadline for the submissions has passed and now comes an exciting time of sorting, photographing and publishing of all fantastic mail art that has kept arriving in last 3 months. 138 artists from 25 countries sent us their postcards and, I must admit, I still don’t have an exact number of artworks. The […]
The second Droitwich Mail Art exhibition is opened! The theme was to celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare’s death, but also his plays, characters, life in Tudor times, theatre, tragedy and comedy.
Argentina Raquel Gociol, Walter Brovia, Graciela Bello, Viviana Andrada, Maria E. Quiroga, Australia Robyn Banks, Jade Herriman, Sharon Attenborough Austria Klaus Pinter, Piroska Horváth, Monika Mori, Alexander Charistos, Belgium Mzia Valerian, The Wasted Angel, Jan Theuninck, Marie-Christine De Grave, Miche-Art-Universalis Brazil Maria Darmeli Araujo, Jane Beatriz Sperandio Balconi, Luiza G P Gutierrez, Erminia Marasca Soccol, Sirlei Caetano, Jeanete Ecker Köhler, Neiva Mattioli Leite, Carmen Remedios, Maria Julieta R. […]