Gallery 98

ART EPHEMERA 1960s – 1990s

Gallery 98 is for collectors and researchers. We specialize in announcement cards, posters, publications and other art ephemera from the 1960s - 1990s. For all inquiries: 98bowery@gmail.com | Sign up for our Newsletter    

Richard Hambleton

The Police Building, Prisoners of Art, Hambleton, Fekner, Kostabi, among others, Card, 1989

Salvatore Ala Gallery, Richard Hambleton, Essay by Carlo McCormick, Painting, Catalogue, 1984

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Institute of Contemporary Art, East Village Scene, Basquiat, Haring, Futura among others, Folded Poster, 1984

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Bess Cutler Gallery, Situation, Dickson, Hambleton, Wong, Robinson, among others, Flyer, 1984

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Milford Gallery, Richard Hambleton, September, Original Mini Screen Print, 1988

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Milford Gallery, Richard Hambleton, September, Original Mini Screen Print, 1988

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Galerie Barbara Farber, Richard Hambleton, Brochure/Folded Poster, 1984

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Salvatore Ala, Richard Hambleton, Card, 1985

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Bond Gallery, Donald Baechler, Stefan Eins, Richard Hambleton, Ana Opitz, Phrenology, Flyer, 1987

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Richard Hambleton September Milford Gallery

Milford Gallery, Richard Hambleton, September, Original Mini Screen Print, 1988

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Richard Hambleton, STORM, 1983

Salvatore Ala, Richard Hambleton, Card, 1984

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Ricahrd Hambleton Marlboro Country

Salvatore Ala, Richard Hambleton, Card, 1984

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richard hambleton collaged flyer - front

Cyberpunk Seeks Thrills, Richard Hambleton, Franc Palaia

Richard Hambleton's postcard with Mass Murder image on front

Richard Hambleton’s ‘Mass Murder’ – Postcard, 1979

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Hambleton's nightlife postcard

Postcard by Franc Palaia – Richard Hambleton’s Urban Painting

Richard Hambleton, "I Only Have Eyes for You"

“I Only Have Eyes for You,” postcard, 1981

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Hambleton card

Nightlife, Xerox book, 1982

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East Village Eye, Vol. 5 No. 37

1983/10, E.V. Art, Richard Hambleton, Robert Colescott, Michael Stewart

East Village Eye, Vol. 5 No. 31

1983/04, Robert Mapplethorpe, Richard Hambleton, Alan Vega