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Gallery 98


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“Food for Thought” residency, flyer, 1991

Richard Prince/Nancy Spero

“Paintings, Sculpture, & Installations” exhibition announcement, Semaphore West, 1985

John Fekner

Post-opening party for “The Wild West,” flyer, 1983

PiezoElectric/No Se No

“Available for Film Shoots and Party Rentals”

Flyer—"Location Available," Space 2B, early 1990s

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

Flyer—Welding Studio/Welding Classes, 1990s

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

Announcement Cards (3)—The Gas Station, a.k.a. 2B, 1994

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

Avant & Linus Coraggio

Brochure for group exhibition, 1983

Terminal New York

Flyer for performances at Terminal New York, 1983

Pool (Peter Cramer and Jack Waters)

1st Anniversary Show, poster, designed and signed by Toyo

Poster—No Se No Sculpture Garden News, "1st Anniversary Show," 1986

“One Line in Nada.” Photo by Joan C. Barker

Announcement—Ken Hiratsuka exhibition at Nada Gallery, 1985

A two-gallery exhibition of stone sculpture, paintings, sidewalk

Flyer—Ken Hiratsuka, A's and No Se No, 1984

Later that year, Rivington School artists would visit Japan

Flyer—"Exchange Show Japan," No Se No, 1987

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

Flyer—"Street Artists Show," No Se No, 1986


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

Flyer—"The Rivington School," No Se No, 1985

Xerox flyer for Toyo’s exhibition of photographs

Flyer—Toyo's "99Nites" Exhibition, No Se No, 1985

In “James Dean,” part of the 99 Nights series

Flyer—Jackie Curtis & Coco Pekelis, No Se No, 1983

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

Poster—Rivington School Six O'Clock Logo, 1987

Current Exhibition

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

Artist Toyo's photograph of The Rivington School

“What Do These Men Have in Common?” Offset print, 1995

Guerrilla Girls