Coraggio in the Press
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May 12, 1988
A nice profile by Suzanne Slesin for The New York Times.
Of Coraggio’s artworks, she writes, “sometimes tough and predatory-looking, they can also be lyrical and romantic.”
She also makes specific mention of Coraggio’s “Hammer & Sickle” Chair.
“[some of my chairs] have got to be uncomfortable—people in New York don't sit down very long anyway.”
Click here to read article on The New York Times’ website.
January 1, 1987
Paper salutes both Gas Station/Space 2B and “the redoubtable” Linus Coraggio in its New Year 1987 issue.
October 1, 1986
A brief introduction to the Rivington School, the Sculpture Garden (Gas Station/Space 2B) and the artists who made it all happen (i.e., Coraggio et al).