|Cleveland Public Library: The Exhibit Hall|
A large assemblage of mail art at Cleveland Public Library documenting the community that produced it from 1975 to 1985.
|GETTING THE PICTURE|
Smithsonian , Archives of American Art. Illustrated letters.
|MAIL ART 1955 to 1995 - by Michael Lumb|
" Democratic art as social sculpture" -- thesis by Michael Lumb. Long , but fascinating background on the mail art movement.
|Mail Art from 1984|
An article about the exhibition for Franklin Furnace called " Mail Art Then and Now" which was curated by Ronny Cohen. Included are articles about mail art by E. F. Higgins III , Valery Oisteanu and Carlo Pittore.
|Mail Art Show Reeperbahn|
Shows the mail art project Reeperbahn with 127 participants of 30 countries
|Mailart Carrer Archives|
2860 works sent by mail from famous masters of modern art. Picasso , Dalì , Wharol , Mirò , Fontana , and Manzoni.
|Mailartist. com for education and resources about mail art|
Mailart resource for ATC`s , postcards , envelopes , and artistamps
|P22 Mail Art|
Correspondence between Daniel Farrell and Richard Kegler , the site documents some of the hundreds of pieces from this 6 year project.
|The Electronic Museum of Mail Art|
The envelope is the museum. FAQ , gallery , library , and links.
Ray Johnson: a history of Johnson`s career and examples of his work including the mailed art of Ray Johnson