Some Recent Articles about 98 Bowery
Underground and Alternative Magazines from the ’70s and ’80s that Capture NYC’s Downtown Art World, by Alison Nastasi, Flavorwire, July 18, 2015
Flavorwire spotlights a selection of alternative publications from Gallery 98, including Tibor Kalman’s Colors magazine.
“From the Factory to Clublandia, Two Exhibitions Will Bring You Back to the Good Ol’ Days,” by Nicole Disser, Bedford + Bowery, July 1, 2015
Works from Gallery 98 in “The Last Party” include M. Henry Jones’s “Soul City” cut-outs (center) and Marc H. Miller & Bettie Ringma’s “Bettie Visits CBGB” (right).
“16 Images that Capture the Dark and Beautiful Love Affair between Art and Punk,” by Priscilla Frank, Huffington Post, May 19, 2015
“Marc H. Miller: Punk Curator on Eighties Art, Fashion Moda & the Bowery,” by Oscar Van Gelderen, OvG, July 19, 2015
Marc H. Miller of Gallery 98 (center) with artists (left to right): Anton Perich, Colette, and Neke Carson.