January 27, 2019 Coraggio Curates 80s show at Contra Galleries
The work of both late and living legends of 1980s New York City street art, graffiti and other seminal styles of urban work has been assembled by curator Linus Coraggio—sculptor, painter and instigator of the notorious Rivington School and Gas Station spaces in the 80s/90s Lower East Side underground art scene.
October 4, 2015 Graffiti vs Street Art: A History
Selected works of Coraggio’s will be featured in the exhibit “Graffiti vs Street Art: A History” at Bishop Art Gallery in Brooklyn.
The curators’ ambition for the show is to bring graffiti artists and street artists together to “set the record straight on their history and significance in the art world.”
The show opens October 17th and runs through November 14th.
Click here to view or download the press release (PDF).
Click here to visit the exhibit's page on the Bishop Gallery website.