Wednesday, 5 February 2014

The Postcard is a Public Work of Art

Following on from January's blog, here's a quick interview I did with curator Jeremy Cooper on his exhibition 'The Postcard is a Public Work of Art', and in particular the work of artist Molly Rooke.


The exhibition runs until 1 March 2014 at Bökship on Cambridge Heath Road in London.

4 comments:

  1. So nice to see Jeremy Cooper talk about his passion for postcards and about Molly Rooke of whom I knew nothing. As a life long lover and maker of postcards myself I am delighted to find your excellent blog. I have a postcard in the Bokship show and several in Jeremy's excellent book . I shall indeed be back to peruse your blog further.
    Michael Leigh

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  2. Hi Michael. Thanks for your comment, and congrats on being in the Bokship show. And I've just discovered your blog http://a1mailart.blogspot.co.uk/ Brilliant

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  3. Interesting subject. It reminded me that there was a postcard project at a show of student art majors at the University of Minnesota last year. It was a wire postcard rack with printed postcards. It said "Please take a postcard" so I did. It is just a white postcard with the words "Greeting from" in the upper left corner.

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  4. What an interesting way to present a postcard! lol lovely.

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