NOBEL PEACE PROJECT. Formed when US led NATO bombed Yugoslavia.
And now a bloody ANNIVERSARY of 24 years of WAR.
SAY NO to WAR!
MAKE ART NOT WAR!
ECO STAMPS NO WAR
17 01 23 ART’s 1,000,060 Birthday
Field Study in Australia! Draw one hundred bunnies for 2023
2023 Year of the Water Rabbit
Let’s work toward PEACE for ALL!
HANNAH HOCH’s Birthday! NOVEMBER 4th
PLANT A SEED Peace Projects,2022
OCEAN BETWEEN. Pop up exhibit Berlin, 2022
ADD & PASS with Ray
MAIL ART for PEACE
LET’S MAKE CANADA A ZONE FOR PEACE
DADADADA goes to Kazan Russia Book Project
ARTS 1,000,059 Birthday Tipping my Hat Archive and Bucket gifted to ARTCITE INC 2022
A MailArt project dedicated to Cuba’s International Henry Reeve Medical Brigade.
May Day 2021 Celebrating Cuban Medical Internationalism
A Short History of Nobel Peace Project
Nobel Peace Project was formed by AG Smith and Susan Gold in 1998 after the US and NATO (coalition of the willing) bombing of Yugoslavia. The Village of Nobel Ontario (named for the Swedish Chemist, Alfred Nobel) was the site of the CIL plant which produced cordite for explosives in WWI WWII and later the Vietnam War. The plant is closed now, and Nobel is the site for hundreds of images of PEACE created and mailed through the post (POG 1GO). These mailings have proliferated into interantional exhibitions and printed documentations.
Every project begins with THE CALL
Documentation goes out to ALL Participants
The Mail Art exhibit is in the Studio WINDOWS on WINDSOR <<one ten park: a working space>> until 6 May 2021
Participants: Gracias. Merci. Thank you everyone!
Karl Jirgens(Canada), Pedro Bericat (Spain), Bampfa Art Lab (USA), Keiichi Nakamura (Japan), Lutz Beeke (Germany), Angela Caporaso, (Italy), Francine Fox ((USA), Neerja Chandna Peters (India), Ryosuke Cohen (Japan), Rafael Gonzallez (Spain), Giovanni and Renata StraDADA (Italy), John Held (USA), Ruggero Maggi (Italy), Elaine Carr (Canada), Mustafa Atlay (Turkey), Copy Left (Etherial Network), Miche Art Universalis (Belgium), The Wasted Angel (Belgium), Stangroom (USA), Barbara Ihme (Germany), Jan Theuninck (Belgium), Franzen (Netherlands), Kewy Janisse (Canada), Ryosuke Cohen (Japan), Hikmet Sahin (Turkey), Susan Gold (Canada), Francoise Delacressonniere (Canada), Beatrix Jorge (Cuba), Karen Klein (USA), Tohei Mano (Japan), Domingo Sanz Montero (Spain), Renata di Palma (Italy), Pier Roberto Basso (Italy), Antonio Mousinho (Portugal), Horst Tress (Germany), John Gayner (Finland), Alexandru Jakabhazi (Rumania), Ildiko Biro (Hungary), Tahsin Bozdag (Turkey), Maya Lopez Muro (Italy), Adriana Lucaciu (Rumania), Stella Maris Velasco (Argentina), Lola Pelayo (Mexico), Derya Avci (Turkey), Gersilmar Araujo (Venezuela), Maria Marcela Ahumadu (Argentina), Manuel Xio Blanco (Spain), Mariangeles Metivie (Argentina), Clemente Padin (Uruguay), Mary Joyce (Canada), Diance Bertrand (Canada), Jeff Bagato (USA), Torill Elizabeth Larsen (Norway), Connie Jean (USA), Miguel Jimenez (Spain), Anja Mittila-Tolvanen (FInland), Dennis Hunkler (Canada), Jose Antonio Hinjoj (Spain), Fionke (Croatia), Rosa Garcia(Mexico), Eberhard Janke(Germany), Selim Sulaiman (Canada), Enver Villamizar (Canada), Laurent Vaillancourt (Canada), Marco Antonio (Brazil), Horvath Piroska (Austria), Steve Howell (USA), Laura Cheznik (Canada), Simon Warren (UK), Henry Graham Mermunen (Sweden), Tena Campbell (Canada), Lars Schumacher (Germany), Collette Broeders (Canada), Iain Baxter& (Canada), Susanne Schumacher (Germany), Roberto Formigoni (Italy), Horvath Piroska, (Austria), MIke Dyar EAT ART (USA), Paco Perez Belda (Spain), Maria Medriatta (Canada)
Susanne Schumacher, Germany
Stamp Sheet from Maya Lopez Muro (Italy)
Mike Dyar, USA
Anja Mattila-Tovanen, Finland
Karl Jirgens. Canada.
Derya Avci, Turkey
Karen Klein, USA
Hikmet Sahin, Turkey
Ryosuke Cohen, Japan
Josie Hazen created this logo for Canadian Cuban Friendship Association Windsor.
Archived images of the Nobel Peace Project from 1998 to present days
Including street art, agiprops, international exhibitions, mail art calls, publications, actions, and activities.
Mail Art from the Nobel Peace Archive