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March 14, 2024
Richard Prince: Books, Catalogues and Gallery Cards

Gallery 98 is fortunate to have recently acquired a substantial collection of catalogues and books by Richard Prince. Below you will find a small selection of these publications, as well as some of Prince’s gallery cards that were already in our inventory.  What emerges is a mini-portrait of Prince, one of the most innovative,…

May 18, 2023
The Magazine As Artwork: Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, Jenny Holzer

Gallery 98 showcases selected issues of Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) magazine from the 1990s, featuring cover designs and picture spreads created by artists Jenny Holzer, Jeff Koons, and Richard Prince.

January 20, 2022
Luxury Art Ephemera: Gagosian Gallery—Beverly Hills, New York, London, Rome

At Gallery 98 our diverse inventory includes many DIY flyers from downtown art spaces in the 1970s and 80s, mostly hand-lettered and cheaply printed on black-and-white xerox machines. Commercial galleries, on the other hand, hired designers, and used color-offset printers to produce the cards and posters that promoted their exhibitions.

September 2, 2021
JENNY HOLZER, JEFF KOONS, RICHARD PRINCE German Magazine Gives Artists Editorial Control, 1990s

Selected issues of the German Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) magazine from the 1990s are today coveted collector items because of the publication’s radical decision to give famous artists editorial control in the design of the magazine’s cover, as well as lengthy picture spreads featuring whatever images they chose.

June 24, 2020
YOUR CHOICE: NANCY SPERO OR RICHARD PRINCE? A Franklin Furnace Card with Two Displayable Sides, 1991/1992

Some of the most desirable gallery announcement cards are those with a portrait of the featured artist. In this regard Franklin Furnaces’ Food for Thought card is an exceptional example of art ephemera because it displays two high profile artists, one on each side of the card.