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    

About Gallery 98

Marc H Miller, the founder of Gallery 98 sorts through a collection of catalogues from the estate of art critic Edit DeAk, 2019.

Gallery 98 specializes in art ephemera — gallery announcement cards, posters, catalogues and other paper items connected to the appreciation and promotion of art.

Our items date primarily from the 1960s through the early 2000s when offset printing was increasingly replaced by online communication. Gallery 98 is a site for both collectors and scholars. Rather than removing sold items from the site, we leave them posted so that researchers can see all the art ephemera that was once in our inventory.

Marc H. Miller, an artist, art historian, curator, writer, and publisher, founded Gallery 98 in 2014. Miller has been active in the New York art world for close to fifty years. Much of the material available through Gallery 98 comes from his own collections or from the collections of friends and acquaintances.

Miller received a Ph.D. in art history from NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts in 1979. As an artist he exhibited in New York and Europe throughout the 1970s and 80s. From 1981-85 he was the commentator and interviewer for ART/New York, an educational videotape series that covered current art exhibitions. Miller also served as a columnist for the East Village Eye, as curator at the Queens Museum, as a board member for the alternative art space ABC No Rio, and was the founder of the publishing company Ephemera Press. He is currently an advisor to Howl! Happening, a non-profit gallery and archive devoted to the cultural history of the East Village. Miller’s own early art world experience is chronicled on his autobiographical website 98 Bowery, 1969-1989: View From the Top Floor

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