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John Evans papers, 1957-2012, bulk 1970-2012

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Series 4: Mail Art Projects , 1986-2012
0.8 Linear feet
Box 7, OV 8

Condolence notes to the Evans family are enclosed with several pieces of "Fake John Evans Collages" received soon after his death in 2012.
John Evans' projects are followed by those of other artists, alphabetized by name of artist. Both volumes of "Fake John Evans Collages" were received in 3-ring binders which were dismantled for better storage. The original order of each volume has been maintained. In addition, announcements of mail art projects initiated by others and stray pieces of mail art from Evans' projects are found scattered among the letters (Series 1).
Description Container Select
Evans, John, Miscellaneous Mail Art Projects, 1986-1994
7
5
Behmenburg, Christa, "rats and mice - think twice", 2001
7
6
Caldera, Leslie, Kurt Schwitters: 100 Years of Merz, A celebration of Kurt Schwitters' birth with images by artists from around the world, 1987
7
7
Cohen, Ryosuke, "Brain Cell No. 287-No. 300", 1994
Oversized material housed in OV 8
7
8
Kaufmann, Peter W., "World Wide Networkers Congress, 1992", 1993
7
9
Netmail, Angela and Peter, "Congratulations", 2005
7
10
"Volume 1: John Evans Fake Collages", 2007-2011
7
11-14
"Volume 2: John Evans Fake Collages", 2008-2012
7
15-18
"John Evans Fake Collages", 2006-2012
7
19-21
Oversized Mail Art Project by Ryosuke Cohen from Box 7 Folder 19, 1994
from Box 7, folder 19
OV 8

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