September 06, 2006
  Eric Coraboeuf (2)

Received from Eric Coraboeuf, Paris France.
He has taken this photography at "espace Blancs manteaux" in Paris during a show called "non à l'immigration jetable"
The laws on immigration in France try to change and there is a lot of criticism from the right and left wing, which, of course, inspired a lot the artists.

Reçu d'Eric Coraboeuf, Paris, France.
Il a pris cette photo à l'Espace des Blancs Manteaux à Paris pendant un show intitulé "non à l'immigration jetable".
En ce moment les lois en France sur l'immigration sont en train de changer et ces changements apportent pas mal de critiques aussi bien dans les partis politiques de gauche et de droite. Ces critiques evidemment inspirent les artistes.
September 05, 2006
  Lisa Young

Received from Lisa Young, Greenboro, NC, USA.
This postcard is titled "Aunt Sarah Ellis Island 1907" in reference with the immigrants who had to go through Ellis Island in order to enter the United States.

Reçu de Lisa Young de Greensboro, Caroline du Nord, Etats-Unis.
Cette carte postale intitulée "Aunt Sarah, Ellis Island, 1907" en référence aux immigrants qui ont du passer par Ellis Island pour rentrer aux Etats-Unis.

Recibido de Lisa Young de Greensboro, Carolina del Norte, USA.
Esta postal se llama: “How it feels to be immigrant” (Lo que siente el inmigrante).

Valeria & I are working on the conception of the book right now. We are waiting, still, for some answers by selected mail artists.

December 11, 2005 / December 18, 2005 / January 08, 2006 / March 12, 2006 / May 21, 2006 / May 28, 2006 / June 04, 2006 / June 11, 2006 / June 18, 2006 / June 25, 2006 / July 02, 2006 / July 09, 2006 / July 16, 2006 / July 23, 2006 / July 30, 2006 / August 13, 2006 / August 20, 2006 / August 27, 2006 / September 03, 2006 / September 10, 2006 / September 17, 2006 / September 24, 2006 / October 01, 2006 / October 08, 2006 / October 15, 2006 / October 22, 2006 / October 29, 2006 / November 12, 2006 / November 19, 2006 / November 26, 2006 / December 03, 2006 / December 10, 2006 / December 17, 2006 / December 24, 2006 / January 21, 2007 / January 28, 2007 / February 04, 2007 / February 11, 2007 / April 01, 2007 / December 16, 2007 /

The Mail Art Call is now finished


MAIL ART PROJECT 31.12.06/Immigration
Sophie Blachet, director of Art Vitam and Valeria Pouza, independent curator, are seeking Mail Art works for an ongoing Mail Art Project book on the theme of immigration.

The Mail Art Project will proceed in two phases:

Phase One
The Mail Art Project will collect over a period of six months beginning in June 2006, a range of mail art works sent royalty free to be published in book form. Only 100 works will be chosen for inclusion in the book entitled “Mail Art Project 31.12.06/Immigration”.
All works will be, however, exhibited online at
Deadline for the project is 31 December 2006.
Phase Two
Beginning of January 2007, Blachet and Pouza will choose 100 works received for publication in the book.
Selected artists will be contacted either by regular mail, e-mail or phone by the end of January 2007.

The Details: The Mail Art Project 31.12.2006/Immigration
Theme: Immigration. Coming, going, staying, living, borders, boundaries, legal, illegal… it’s your call.
Format: Anything goes, from postcards, envelopes, to large format works on board and works on paper.
No entry fee.
Works will be juried, and not returned but exhibited and documented online.
Deadline: 31 Dec 2006

The Book
The book will include one full page reproduction of the work with description of the work, name of artist and artist details (in three languages).
Each selected artists will receive a book.
Printer to be announced

If you are interested in participating, please send works to:
Mail Art Project 31.12.06/Immigration
P.O Box 975
Miami Beach, FL 33119 USA

For more information please contact
In English/French: sophie (AT)
In Spanish/ Español: mailart(AT)

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