Popular Newsletters from Gallery 98
Gallery 98 has been sending out this weekly e-mail newsletter since 2013. The mailings are archived online at http://gallery.98bowery.com/news, going back to July 2015. Here are some highlights from the last year.
A spotlight on Mike Glier’s compelling 1982 portrait of Jenny Holzer, part of his “Calling Women” series, intended to emphasize the assertiveness of its female subjects (all members of the artists’ group COLAB). June 14, 2017 newsletter
Paul Tschinkel and Marc H. Miller’s 1981 video on P.S. 1’s “New York/New Wave” show is now featured in the exhibition “A Bit of Matter: The MoMA PS1 Archives,” on view through September 10. April 5, 2017 newsletter
The announcement card for Jean-Michel Basquiat’s last exhibition is one of the many announcements and posters in Gallery 98’s online exhibition “The 40 Top Art Events of the Downtown Era: 1972–1994.” March 9, 2017 newsletter
The Gallery 98 exhibition “Andrew Castrucci and Bullet Space” shows political art made in the squats of the 1980s East Village. While running the A&P Gallery, Castrucci created a searing portrait of real estate magnate Donald Trump. February 9, 2017 newsletter
A photograph of Marc H. Miller, standing in front of a 2016 photorealist portrait by Curt Hoppe, illustrated this newsletter, announcing the final additions to Miller’s autobiographical website, 98 Bowery. October 18, 2016 newsletter
Ori Carino’s mural marks the “the ramp,” the “birthplace of punk” in Forest Hills, Queens. The mural, like the “Ramones Way” street sign in front of Forest Hills High, was inspired by the Ramones exhibition at the Queens Museum. June 6, 2016 newsletter