Nov 18, 2021
COLLECT VINTAGE ART EPHEMERA
Great Cards Great Artists
Collecting vintage art ephemera is a way to own a piece of art history. A top tier announcement card – with an image, the name of the artist, the gallery, and the exhibition date – is more than memorabilia. Carefully curated collections of art ephemera allow art enthusiasts to trace the career of a favorite artist’s career and more fully understand the creative environment in which the artist worked.
Founded in 2014, Gallery 98’s website now features over 5,000 cards, posters and catalogues, mostly from the years 1964 to 2001. It is a site for both collectors and scholars. In addition to selling ephemera, we provide images for publication, and lend ephemera to museums. Our inventory is constantly growing. Visit our New Additions page for our best new arrivals.
Bruce Nauman, Shadow Puppet Spinning Head, Hauser & Wirth Gallery (Switzerland), Folded Card, 1997. Size: 6 x 8.25 Inches.
Bruce Nauman, Konrad Fischer Gallery (Germany), Card, 1978. Size: 5.75 x 4 Inches.
Hanne Darboven, Primitive Time / Clock Time, Leo Castelli Gallery, Folded Card, 1991. Size: 7 x 9 Inches
Hanne Darboven, South Korea Calendar 1991, Leo Castelli Gallery, Folded Card, 1995. Size: 10 x 6.75 Inches
David Salle, (Photo by Robert Cumming), Mary Boone Gallery, Folded Card, 1981. Size: 5 x 7 Inches
David Salle, Mary Boone Gallery, Folded Card, 1994. Size: 7 x 7 Inches
Judy Chicago, Re:Vision: Art on an Intimate Scale, 3122 Santa Monica Boulevard (Los Angeles), Folded Card, 1975. Size: 7 x 11 inches
Judy Chicago, History in the Making: Preparatory Materials For The Dinner Party, LewAllen Contemporary, Card, 2007. Size: 5.5 x 8.5 Inches