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Gallery 98

Linus Coraggio

The Gas Station would be demolished later that year.

“Available for Film Shoots and Party Rentals”

The Gas Station (a.k.a. 2B) hosted Coraggio’s welding classes.

9 photos on scrapbook page document the Gas Station (a.k.a. 2B)

Linus Coraggio’s 2B hosted parties, exhibitions, and art flea markets.

Flyer for “Recent ‘Outstillations'” at Club 57, 1980

Brochure for group exhibition, 1983

After the 1st sculpture garden was demolished, a 2nd one was created a block away. Coraggio’s scrapbook page includes 9 photos.

Signed woodcut print, made for a Rivington School benefit auction

Signed woodcut print, made for a Rivington School benefit auction

Four color photographs, assembled by Linus Coraggio

Featuring Ken Hiratsuka, E.F. Higgins III, Andrew Castrucci, Ray Kelly, Dragan Ilic. Flyer signed by Linus Coraggio

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Exhibition with Wei Wei Ai, Kwok, Arleen Schloss, Ray Kelly, Joe Lewis, Linus Coraggio, Ken Hiratsuka, Xerox flyer signed by Toyo

Press release announcing, “All the future group exhibitions planned by No Se No will be called, ‘The Rivington School.'”

Original color photograph, inscribed on back by Coraggio

Original color photo taken at Forsyth, near Rivington, hand-cut by Coraggio, inscribed on back by Coraggio

Original color photograph in front of Freddie the Dreamer gallery, Rivington Street, inscribed by Coraggio

Silkscreen poster printed at the Lower East Side Print Shop; writing by Ray Kelly

Current Exhibition

Linus Coraggio, Toyo Tsuchiya, and the Rivington School, 1983–95

Artist Toyo's photograph of The Rivington School

Andrew Castrucci, “I Love You, Nancy,” group exhibition poster, 1985

“Linus Coraggio, ‘Backstabbing—Distrust,'” exhibition poster, 1985