Linus Coraggio, Available For Film Shoots And Party Rentals, Flyer, Gas Station (a.k.a. 2B)


Photocopy, 11″ x 8 ½”. Intended to be posted as an advertisement. The right edge is cut into eight strips (as though to be torn off by passersby), with the bottom one already removed.

In 1986, Linus Coraggio transformed an abandoned gas station at Second Street and Avenue B into a “scrap-metal studio” and exhibition space, which operated for ten years. Throughout this time, he regularly came up with novel ideas to support his continued use of the space.

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Space 2B (formerly the Gas Station) Available for film shoots and party rentals

For information call Linus Corragio [sic] or Michael Astor


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

In 1985, No Se No artists took over the empty lot on the corner of Rivington and Forsyth, transforming it into a crammed, junkyard-like Sculpture Garden that would become the Rivington School’s best-known manifestation.