04.09.12 by Jeff

Riitta Ikonen

Riitta Ikonen postcards
For years Riitta Ikonen mailed “postcards” to her friend Margaret Huber from all over the world. She tested the postal system sending objects like a broken record, hair, fish. Her show opens tomorrow at Christopher Henry Gallery in New York, do not miss it.

More images below!

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

Riitta Ikonen postcards

I previously posted Riitta’s “Post” work in 2008, here.

 

Riitta Ikonen “POST”

Opening: Wednesday September 5th 6-9pm

Christopher Henry Gallery

127 Elizabeth St New York, NY

 

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Dalton

    I love this idea. fucking brilliant. 





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