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Gallery 98

Art Ephemera from the 1970s – 1990s

No Se No

To learn more about No Se No, visit Gallery 98’s online exhibition, Linus Coraggio, Toyo Tsuchiya, and the Rivington School, 1983–95

Toyo 85 poster no se no

A large poster for an exhibition of Toyo’s “99Nites” photos

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No Se No , Flyer designed by Toyo Tsuchiya, 1980s

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Poster for Ken Hiratsuka show

No Se No and A’s, Ken Hiratsuka Two-Gallery Exhibition, Flyer, 1984

vindaloo lives poster for no se no

No Se No, Vindaloo Lives: A Travesty in Many Acts, Flyer

No Se No poster for Exchange Show Japan

No Se No, Exchange Show Japan with Art Unidentified, Flyer, 1987

Jackie Curtis poster of James Dean

No Se No, In “James Dean,” part of the 99 Nights series

No se No poster august 29th

No Se No, Kembra Pfahler, Erotic Psyche, and Diane Moonmade, Calendar

A hand-cut and engraved color photograph by Linus Coraggio shows Ray Kelly's car illegally parked on Forsyth Street near the Rivington Sculpture Garden, c. 1987. Linus had welded the rack atop the car for transporting salvaged pieces of metal. The cut-out words "No Se No" refer to the social club where the Rivington School artists hung out.

No Se No, Linus Coraggio, Forsyth near Rivington Street, hand-cut photo inscribed by Coraggio

linda-austin-wild-west no se no poster

No Se No, Post-Opening Party For The Piezo Electric Exhibition Wild West , Flyer, 1983

No Se No poster street art show

No Se No, Rivington School (II) Exhibition, Flyer signed by Linus Coraggio

Poster for Rivington School exhibition

No Se No, Rivington School Exhibition, Xerox flyer signed by Toyo, 1985

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Rivington School Press Release

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

toyo-invisible-underground-cover

Toyo Tsuchiya, 99 Nites photographs, published by Howl! Happening, New York. Signed by artist.

Toyo poster for See Saw show

Xerox flyer for Toyo’s exhibition of photographs