Gallery 98

Art Ephemera 1963 – 2001

From the Exhibition: Andrew Castrucci & Bullet Space: An Art Squat in the 1980s & ’90s

A & P, Linus Coraggio Backstabbing—Distrust, Poster, 1985

Linus Coraggio, “Backstabbing—Distrust,” 1985, exhibition poster, Xerox, 11″ x 17″.

The sculptor Linus Coraggio was a principal figure associated with the Rivington School, the group that installed an unruly and unauthorized welded sculpture assemblage in an abandoned lot on Forsyth Street. (See Toyo Tsuchiya and Istvan Kantor, Rivington School: 80s New York Underground [Black Dog Publishing], 2016.)

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