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Gallery 98

The Rivington School

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

A&P Gallery

ABC No Rio Poster, 1980

ABC No Rio

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

Flyer—Welding Studio/Welding Classes, 1990s

Signed woodcut print, made for a Rivington School benefit auction

Woodcut Print by Linus Coraggio—"Watts Tower," 1984

Signed woodcut print, made for a Rivington School benefit auction

Woodcut Print by Linus Coraggio—"Welding," 1984

Four color photographs, assembled by Linus Coraggio

Scrapbook Page by Linus Coraggio—Rivington Sculpture Garden, late 1980s

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

Scrapbook Page—The Second Sculpture Garden, 1989

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

Poster—Rivington School Six O'Clock Logo, 1987

The Gas Station would be demolished later that year.

Flyer—Anti-Eviction Party at the Gas Station, 1995

Digital photograph, signed and annotated by Toyo. Available individually or as part of the Rivington School portfolio, 2017

Photo by Toyo—Ken Hiratsuka's Carved Stone, c. 1985

Digital print, signed and annotated by Toyo. Available individually or as part of the Rivington School portfolio, 2017

Photo by Toyo—Crowd for 99Nites, No Se No, 1983

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

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

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

Press Release—"The Rivington School," 1985

Shadows (Rivington Sculpture Garden), photograph

Photo by Toyo—Sculpture Garden Shadows

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Flyer designed by Toyo Tsuchiya, 1980s

No Se No

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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

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

Exhibition at No Se No, invitation designed by Toyo Tsuchiya, 1985

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