The Correspondence Art digital library exposes a variety of intimate, postal themed works selected from collections housed in the Flaxman Library Special Collections. Included are examples of artists’ stamps, mail art, artists’ letters, and similar works. Some were collected fresh from the press or the artist’s hand. Others are well-marked by their travels. They provide a glimpse into some of the international networking practices of artists during the late twentieth century, prior to the widespread availability of the internet.
The Jean Toche Mailings Collection exemplifies the mass mailings by Belgian art activist Jean Toche. Born in 1932, Toche immigrated to the US at the age of 33 and has been continuously active in New Y... Read more
The Mail Art Collection includes correspondence art from all over the world. Parts of this collection, which also includes exhibition catalogues and reference books, were donated by long-time American... Read more