Gallery 98

ART EPHEMERA 1960s – 1990s

Gallery 98 is for collectors and researchers alike. We specialize in announcement cards, posters, publications and other art ephemera from the 1960s - 1990s. For all inquiries:


Gallery 98 newsletters spotlight objects and topics of interest as well as special events involving the gallery and its staff.

Jan 16, 2019

Performance Pioneer Neke Carson at Mitchell Algus Gallery

Jan 9, 2019

Punk Lust at The Museum of Sex: Gallery 98 Lends Items to the Exhibition

Dec 18, 2018

Rebels of the Eighties: A New Video Series at Gucci Wooster

Nov 20, 2018

Basquiat, Rammellzee and Annina Nosei – 1983: Two Cards Recall a Forgotten Connection

Oct 31, 2018

Gallery 98 is on Instagram

instagram images
Oct 23, 2018

Andy Warhol Ephemera

Oct 10, 2018


M Henry Jones Master Shot 1977
Sep 26, 2018

A Man of Many Hats – Clayton Patterson

Sep 12, 2018

Black Art Dealers?

black currant just above midtown
Aug 23, 2018

The Girl Can Also Paint – Basquiat as Muse

Jul 21, 2018

James Fuentes Gallery Illustrated Price List

Jul 17, 2018

Fuentes Reception and Article in VICE

Jul 10, 2018

James Fuentes Gallery Hosts Gallery 98

Jul 3, 2018

Adrian Piper, Robert Colescott, Xu Bing

Robert Colescott poster for Semaphore gallery
Jun 5, 2018

Mierle Laderman Ukeles’ Maintenance Art Manifesto and Questionnaire

Manifesto and Questionnaire for Maintenance Art
May 16, 2018

Redefining Art Collecting – The Booming Market for Art Ephemera

basquiat card for annina nosei
Apr 11, 2018

A Golden Age Of Art Ephemera

Cropped Gallery Logo collection
Mar 28, 2018

New Collection of Art Ephemera Acquired

front of Chuck Close Pace/MacGill card
Mar 15, 2018

Remembering Bettie Ringma (1944-2018)

Bettie Photo
Feb 22, 2018

Brand New: Art & Commodity in the 1980’s

Bobby G. Money Talks pin
Jan 20, 2018

Stigter van Doesburg Exhibit Opening

Jan 13, 2018

Amsterdam Polaroids 1979-1980

Dec 14, 2017

Post-Apocalyptic East Village Landmark, the Gas Station

Dec 6, 2017

Redtape Magazine, 1982-1992

Nov 29, 2017

The Loss of a Lower East Side Art Stalwart: Toyo Tsuchiya, 1948–2017