Tuesday, April 13, 2010
tomato etegami exhibit
Artists from top to bottom (left to right):
Yun (France), dosankodebbie (Japan)
Suzanne Duchamp (France), dosankodebbie (Japan),
Marianne Attanasio (France), Anne Frédérique Ferret (France),
Eric Nusbaum (USA), Anne Frédérique Ferret (France),
MF Prigent (France), Yun (France),
Yun (France), Nancy Scali (USA),
Michiko Shimizu (Japan), Nancy Scali (USA),
dosankodebbie (Japan), Nancy Scali (USA)
dosankodebbie (Japan), Youko Ogawa (Japan)
My deep appreciation to each person who submitted artwork to the Tomato Etegami Call. By this time you should all have received your gift packet of blank washi postcards. Let me know if your packet hasn't arrived. Also, please let me know if you submitted a card before April 1 that isn't exhibited here. If it arrives late, I will add it to this post.
Though the Tomato Etegami call is now closed, the Food/Recipe Mailart Call will continue till February 2011. I welcome your submissions to that call and will display them on the mailart gallery blog at http://mailartgallery.blogspot.com. I also welcome non-food-themed mailart.
Leave comments and questions about the Tomato Etegami exhibit below. I will be referring to the exhibit in upcoming posts as we continue to discuss what makes etegami different from other kinds of mailart.