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"Ephemera is transitory written and printed matter, not intended to be retained or preserved. The word derives from the Greek, meaning things lasting no more than a day."
(Wikipedia, May 24, 2008)
Emails containing invitations, Evites, concerning gallery exhibitions, art fairs, book signings and artists receptions are increasingly commonplace and not designed for preservation even by the organizations that create them. They are however a part of the history of photography and this exhibition includes some examples for your visual delight.
If you have early examples of these or visually interesting examples please send them through so they can be preserved.
A.M. Richard Fine Art, Aperture Gallery, Catherine Edelman Gallery, Center for Photography at Woodstock, D3projects, Drkrm Gallery, F2 Gallery, Fahey / Klein Gallery, Farmani Gallery: Gallery of Contemporary Photography, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Galeria Bacelos, Galeria Sicart, Galerie Lumičre des Roses, Gallery 339 - Fine Art Photography, Hasted Hunt, Higher Pictures, Holden Luntz Gallery, Kopeikin Gallery (CLOSED - 2020), Laurence Miller Gallery, LipanjePuntin artecontemporanea - Rome, LipanjePuntin artecontemporanea - Trieste, Lisa Sette Gallery, M+B, m97 Gallery, Nailya Alexander, Oswald Gallery (WY), P4 Photography (formerly Potássio Quatro), PDNB Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery, Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art - New York, Phillips de Pury - London, Photokunst, Private collection, Provided by the artist - Barbara Mensch, Provided by the artist - Barry Wolf, Provided by the artist - John Sevigny, Provided by the artist - Mark Chester, Provided by the artist - Nora Ness, Provided by the artist - Robert Hirsch, Provided by the artist - Stanko Abadžic, Provided by the artist - Stephen Petegorsky, Robert Koch Gallery, Robert Mann Gallery, Robert Tat Gallery, RoseGallery, Sasha Wolf Photographs, Silverstein Photography, Staley+Wise Gallery, Steven Kasher Gallery, Tilt Gallery, Wall Space Gallery.