Linus Coraggio, Scrapbook Page with 9 Photos, 1989

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Nine color photographs (some with hand-cut edges) cut out from a crumbling scrapbook and freshly pasted onto a similar scrapbook page, with notes in pencil, 18 ½” x 24″.

After the destruction of the Rivington School Sculpture Garden, a second sculpture garden was created less than a block away, on Forsyth Street between Stanton and Rivington Streets. It, too, was short-lived, and never reached the scale of its predecessor.

Recognizable on the left are Ray Kelly and Ken Hiratsuka

Ray Kelly

Ken Hiratsuka, with sculpture


Art World Snapshots Gas Station Linus Coraggio Scrapbook Page The Rivington School


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.