Dec 22, 2022
FAVORITE 2022 NEWSLETTERS
Artforum, Basquiat, Deitch, Dumas, Gagosian, Haring, Jones, Koons, Leibovitz, Mori, Nosei, Prince, Sonnabend
See all of Gallery 98’s newsletters on our Newsletter Archive page.
Gallery 98’s newsletters spotlight special items in our inventory and interesting new acquisitions. Sent out weekly, there have been close to fifty newsletters this year alone. Here is a selection of seven favorites.
As 2022 comes to an end, Gallery 98 director Marc H Miller sends happy holiday greetings to all our customers and online visitors. Special thanks go to Amani Marshall who helps set up these newsletters, and to Katherine Jánszky Michaelsen whose expert editing keeps these newsletters both grammatical and, we hope, entertaining to read.
See all of Gallery 98’s newsletters going back to 2015 on our Newsletter Archive page.
FINDING TREASURES IN ART MAGAZINES: Advertisements From Artforum, 1970 – 2010 — Newsletter January 6, 2022
Jeff Koons, Banality, Artforum advertisement for an exhibition at the Sonnabend Gallery, 1988
LUXURY ART EPHEMERA: Gagosian Gallery – Beverly Hills, New York, London, Rome — Newsletter January 20, 2022
Richard Prince, Canal Zone, foam board card, Gagosian Gallery (24th Street, NYC), 2008
TWO STORIES: JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT AND ANNINA NOSEI: Rare Anatomy Card Found / Ishmael Reed Revives the Basement Story — Newsletter February 10, 2022
Excerpt from an interview with Jean-Michel Basquiat by Marc H. Miller done for Paul Tschinkel’s videotape series Art/new york, 1982.
NEW ONLINE EXHIBITION: Marlene Dumas: Fifty Years of Art Ephemera — March 31, 2022
Marlene Dumas, The Painter (Dumas’ daughter Helena at age five), Not From Here, card, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC, 1994.
DEITCH PROJECTS, 1996 – 2010: Art Ephemera Tells the Story — Newsletter May 5, 2022
Mariko Mori, Made in Japan, card, Deitch Projects, 1996
ARTISTS AND ART DEALERS: Ephemera with Portraits —Newsletter May 12, 2022
Keith Haring, card, Lucien Durand Gallery, (Paris), 1997, photo by Annie Leibovitz
M. HENRY JONES (1957 – 2022): Spanning the Digital Divide — Newsletter June 23, 2022
M. Henry Jones working on Go-Go Girl, a “stroboscopic wheel” inspired by early moving picture devices like the kinetoscope and the zoetrope, 2016. Photo by Marc H Miller.