The NNYCPC is a mail art exchange program that takes inspiration from the seminal Pop Art figure from the 1950s, Ray Johnson (1927-1995), an early conceptualist, and a pioneer of mail art.

These works are part of the Ray Johnson Estate Archive and are for research only. © Ray Johnson Estate

We are a collective of 13 artists working in the United States. Our name, The New New York Correspondence Postcard Club, is a tribute to creativity and a network alert to well-being and creative growth.



Catherine Talese is a photographer, editorial photography director, and art buyer. She has been corresponding via letters, collages, and putting postage on found objects since childhood. She received her bachelor's in photography at Bard College and founded The New New York Correspondence Club in 2019. She is a native New Yorker and can often be found gardening, bicycling, and harmonizing.

Thomas Crofts: poet-academic-medievalist . . . et batterie. Lives in east Tennessee.

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Is an Illustrator and Graphic Designer working in editorial, advertising and corporate fields. Clients include New York Times, Time Magazine, The Washington Post..among many others. David is an avid cyclist and happy Dacshund owner.

Julien Gardair is a French, New York-based artist playfully working between, cutouts, drawings, paintings, immersive site specific installations, editions and sculptures. Walk on his carpet at the Elysee Palace, or sit on one of his benches in NYC subway. 

Rebecca Greenfield grew up in Virginia and studied photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. She’s been a freelance photographer for nearly twenty years and shoots for clients such as Planned Parenthood, Brooklyn Academy of Music, NRDC, and the Committee to Protect Journalists among others.
She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Brad Greenwood is a visual artist specializing in painting and collage. He has exhibited in multiple solo shows in New York and a number of group exhibitions in New York and Philadelphia. Greenwood has also worked on the development and management side of the arts, as director of development at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center (now MoMA/P.S.1), and as a curator for HERE Arts Center in Manhattan. A graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Greenwood currently resides and works in Washington, Connecticut.

Bay Area Visual Artist Katina Huston was born in San Francisco and works in the bay area. Her drawings of shadows track the effort of capturing a moving target. She earned a B.A. from New York University, WSUC 1984. BA 1995 Mills College.
Starting in 1989, Ms. Huston wrote art criticism and cultural reporting for several publications.
Ms. Huston’s works are exhibited nationally and internationally and held in collections both private and public. 
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Painter and illustrator, Thomas's work has been published in Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, and Vogue Italia, among others. A former NCAA Division II athlete, he champions movement and a sense of play together with the practice of drawing from observation.

Meredith Jacobson Marciano — Boston, Los Angeles, NYC. Hippie, punk, disco, Euro. Analog film and vinyl. Roadside attractions and chocolate. Bridge runner and ephemera collector. 
Still got it.  

Nancy Popper is a printmaker living in Cambridge, MA. She earned an undergraduate degree from Bard College, and a graduate degree from Mass College of Art, as well as a certificate in printmaking from the Institute d'Arte in Venice, Italy. Her prints have appeared as illustrations in several publications, including the New Yorker Magazine and the Boston Globe Magazine.

Dirk de Jong is a film and video editor and video FX software designer.
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Seth David Rubin started making pictures at eleven. While studying photography at Bard College, under the guidance of Stephen Shore, he met Ben Lifson and John Coplans; the meetings had a profound impact on his work.

California Artist Dickson Schneider was born in Seguin Texas, 1955. He lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mr. Schneider’s paintings and drawings have been represented by Big Pagoda, San Francisco; Donna Seager, Mill Valley; D.P. Fong, San Jose, Ellis Pilcher Gallery, San Francisco among others. The Free Art Project in which Schneider creates art works and takes them to the street or gallery where drawings, paintings, collages and sculptures are offered to the public free of charge.

Allison Scott is originally from Los Angeles and has been experimenting with painting, collage and photography since childhood. She has a bachelor's degree in photography from Bard College and currently works as a photo editor and producer for The Wall Street Journal. Previous engagements have included Magnum Photos and the United Nations. When she's not working she can be found collecting objects for Matterlog, (a photography project about found objects), biking around town, or making postcards.

Janice Sloane has exhibited at MH Project NYC, Honey Ramka, Radiator Gallery, SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW, The Parlour Bushwick, The Last Brucennial, The Nightclub, Miami, Newman Popiashvilli Gallery, Galeria La Refaccionaria, Mexico DF, X Teresa, Mexico DF, El Centro de La Imagen, Mexico DF, White Box , Neue Galerie Graz, ZKM Center for Art and Media Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, Tel Aviv Artist Studio Gallery, DESTE Foundation, Athens, Greece, Museo de Arte Carillo Gil Mexico DF, Museo Universitario del Chopo Mexico DF, Brooklyn Museum among other spaces in USA, Europe and Mexico. She will participate in an upcoming show “Headspace” at La Plataforma in Barcelona, Spain in Spring of 2021.
Her work has been reviewed in selected publications such as Hyperallergic, White Hot Magazine, Sensitive Skin Magazine, Beautiful Decay, Mileno Supplemento Cultural, Mexico DF, The Herald, Mexico DF, Art New England, NY Times, Ethik & Unterrich, El Periodico del Arte, Harpers Bazaar, Mexico and Uno Mas Uno, Mexico. Her works are in several private collections in New York and Mexico, the C-Collection in Vaduz, Lichtenstein, and the Neue Galerie Graz, Austria.

Francie Soosman (webmaster), is a proud native New Englander. After a brief stint in NYC, this Bard College alum has called the Hudson River Valley home for over 20 years. She is a designer, snap-shooter, collector, and knitter.

Al Varady is a writer and photographer living in Seattle. He studied literature at Bard College and photography at the Photographic Center Northwest.

Native New Yorker, Ellen is an illustrator and author. Recent books include “Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity”, Museum of Modern Art, 2017 and “Recipes for Good Luck: The Superstitions, Rituals and Practices of Extraordinary People”,  Chronicle Books 2018.