Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is mail art?

What is mail art?

Populist artistic art movement that is centered on sending work, though small scale postal service. It was initially developed from Fluxus between 1950s-1960s and has since then evolved and developed to become the present day global art movement. Ray Johnson was the first mail artist and his New York School is considered as the first network conscious of mail artists. Mail artists greatly rely on a network as a way of exchanging their artwork.

Artwork by On Kawara

Shozo Shimamoto

Piece from Soredemo Chikyu wa ugoku 33, 1999

Painting

Acrylic on canvas

EUR 20,400

Alighiero Boetti

Ammazzare il tempo, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 13,000 - 17,000

Joseph Beuys

Beuys for Lothar, 1973

Photography

Photograph

EUR 7,200

Alighiero Boetti

Da uno a dieci, 1980

Limited Edition Print

Offset Print

Currently Not Available

On Kawara

One Million Years (Past) and (Future), 2004

Limited Edition Print

Multimedia

Currently Not Available

Joseph Beuys

Wirtschaftspaket, 1984

Sculpture / Object

Mixed Media

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Adrian Piper

Mokshamudra Progression (9 prints), 2012

Limited Edition Print

Digital Print on paper

EUR 27,000

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Screen-print

Refers to a print produced through a printing technique in which a ink is transferred using a mesh to a substrate safe for those areas blocked with a stencil to make them impermeable to ink. Screen prints are usually made on posters, T-shirts, vinyl, stickers and wood or any material usable for this purpose. Screen printing is also a method of stencil printing and is sometimes known as serigraphy, serigraph printing, screen or silk screen. 

Woodblock printing

Woodblock printing is a technique which uses a carved wooden surface to make an image on materials such as paper and cloth. Ink or paint is spread thinly over the carved surface. The wood surface is pressed against the material, which transfers the image.

Resin

Resin can be made from both natural and synthetic processes. The natural version is from pine sap, and the man-made kind is a dense and easily molded form of plastic. Many sculptures are made from resin, and resin can make paint colors vivid.

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