Mark Bloch

Mark Bloch is a writer, performer, videographer and multi-media artist living in Manhattan. In 1978, this native Ohioan founded the Post(al) Art Network a.k.a. PAN. NYU's Downtown Collection now houses an archive of many of Bloch's papers including a vast collection of mail art and related ephemera. For three decades Bloch has done performance art in the USA and internationally. In addition to his work as a writer and fine artist, he has also worked as a graphic designer for, The New York Times, Rolling Stone and elsewhere. He can be reached at and PO Box 1500 NYC 10009.



articles by this author

Reflections on a Century of Dada with “Dadaglobe Reconstructed” at Museum of Modern Art

Mark Bloch on Shozo Shimamoto at De Buck Gallery

A Conceptualist to Watch: Isaac Aden at Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, NY

Judy Rifka Exhibits New Work at The Yard, NY

The Value of Food: Sustaining a Green Planet

Jean Tinguely at Barbara Gladstone

The Boat Book: Alison Knowles

Robert Rauschenberg: The Fulton Street Studio, 1953-54


November 2013: Qinza Najm @ SMV Gallery Space

January 2012: Black Mountain College and Its Legacy @ Loretta Howard Gallery

July 2011, Lil Picard and Counterculture New York

January 2011, Brion Gysin @ New Museum

November 2009, Genesis P-Orridge @ Invisible-Exports

November 2009, Ray Johnson @ Richard L. Feigen & Co.

July 2008, Beatific Soul: Jack Kerouac On the Road @ New York Public Library

January 2008, Interview with Robert Delford Brown

October 2007, Whitehot Festival Reviews: Ylva Ogland @ Smith-Stewart Gallery

Summer 2007, WM Issue #4: Awakenings: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan @ Japan Society

April 07, WM issue #2: Semina Culture: Wallace Berman and his Circle at the Grey Art Gallery, New York University