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Current Virtual Exhibitions

Archived Version of COLLAGE: signs and surfaces from Pavel Zoubok Gallery

Collages and Assemblages by Enrique Lechuga

Hannah Hoch site an exhibition space of the Collage Museum is mostly ready to look at.
Constructivist Collage a few things from here and there around the net
photo montage - constructivism artThe Virtual Archives - Various individual works gradually added from famous as well as contemporary artists working in collage and assemblage.

The Museum's Collection

Recent Acquisitions - See art works recently added to the museum's collection through purchase or donation.

See what we are currently collecting and how to contribute

The bulk of the museum's current collection currently consisting of 700+ collages has been collected since the year 1999 through a series of mail exchanges called the Baker's Dozen designed by Cecil Touchon as a mail art project and coordinated by Dale Copeland. Additional works have been collected through unsolicited donations from various artists. To participate in the baker's dozen project go here

The museum is currently interested in continuing to collect contemporary examples of collage, assemblage and construction through donation directly from artists and those who have collected such works and wish to donate them to the museum especially from members of ISACA. See Donations for more information.


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