Coraggio in the Press

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May 13 2000

A funky art blog from May 2000, it shows a head shot of Coraggio (rightmost image of the triptych), whom the author refers to as “Linus Coragio [sic], metal sculptor extrardinaire [sic],” and describes a recent sculptural furniture piece of Coraggio’s along with other art activity in the East Village amongst the glitterati and intelligentsia.

This was during a 3-year period Coraggio had his studio in the backyard of Deepdale Gallery (where he also showed regularly) on the then very un-gentrified east end of Ludlow Street.

“It still smelled like fish from the Chinese packing storefronts,” recalls Coraggio.

A funky art blog from May 2000, it shows a head shot of Coraggio (rightmost image of the triptych), whom the author refers to as “Linus Coragio [sic], metal sculptor extrardinaire [sic],” and describes a recent sculptural furniture piece of Coraggio’s along with other art activity in the East Village amongst the glitterati and intelligentsia.

This was during a 3-year period Coraggio had his studio in the backyard of Deepdale Gallery (where he also showed regularly) on the then very un-gentrified east end of Ludlow Street.

“It still smelled like fish from the Chinese packing storefronts,” recalls Coraggio.


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