Posts Tagged ‘rjfc’

sticker # 70 was completed using a blue Hello My Name Is sticker on 12/18/15 while sitting at Starbucks on S. Dale Mabry near Kennedy Blvd. in Tampa. It was left on a sign column outside a Wendy’s restaurant on W. Hill Ave. in Valdosta, Georgia on 4/27/16.

 

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RJFC sticker # 67 was completed around 12/9/15, was sent to fellow collage artist RF Cote along with # 74 and several other pieces on 3/31/16.

RJFC sticker # 67

RJFC sticker # 63 was completed on 12/2/15 while sitting at Starbucks in Safety Harbor. It’s collaged trash on a CD label measuring about 120mm across.

This sticker was stuck to the back of a bus stop bench on 1/9/16 just near the Cass Contemporary art gallery on South MacDill Ave & West Granada Street.

RJFC sticker # 63 left in Tampa

Sticker # 62 was completed on December 1, 2015 while sitting at Starbucks at SR60 & Belcher in Clearwater. These rectangular stickers measure about 45mm x 118mm.

RJFC sticker # 62

This sticker was left on an electrical box behind a bus stop on in Orlando, Florida, while I was there on a day-trip on 1/19/16. This was on Round Lake Road near the intersection of International Drive in front of a Walgreens, beside the Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant where I’d met an old friend.

RJFC sticker # 62 left in Orlando.

Relationship CXI – (PLEASE ADD HAIR TO CHER AND RETURN TO RAY JOHNSON c/o PERFORMA)

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Completed on 10/16/15. Made only with found trash.

My collage for the exhibition: Please Add To and Return to Ray Johnson.

Please Add To and Return To: Mail Art Homage to Ray Johnson
Sunday, November 1 — Sunday, November 22, 11:00am — 7:00pm
Printed Matter
231 11th Ave.
New York, NY 10001

“This exhibition is the culmination of Performa’s 2015 mail art re-activation project celebrating the work of artist Ray Johnson, “one of the most revered underground artists of the last half of the 20th century.”

As an homage to Johnson, the father of mail art, on the 20th anniversary of his death, Performa (in collaboration with the Ray Johnson Estate) placed a number of the artist’s “templates” back into circulation inviting participants to draw, collage or otherwise “add to” them and then “return” them to Johnson c/o Performa via USPS, the internet or through social media using the hashtag #PleaseAddTo.”

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Photograph by Printed Matter showing part of the installation.

 

ArtNews article from 10/29/15:

‘Please Add To and Return To: Mail Art Homage to Ray Johnson’ at Printed Matter