Here is the page for the short film and video documentaries about New York City Artists by Thomas W. Campbell.
The Art of Linus Coraggio
This is a series of films, four at the moment, about the New York City Artist Linus Coraggio. An outsider artist who works in many mediums and at many scales, he was a founder of the Rivington School (of Art ) in the East Village in the early 1980’s and the architect behind the Gas Station, a seminal art installation/community/concept “outstillation” that was ultimately demolished amid a wave of gentrification in 1996. Despite sporadic recognition from the established art community he pushes on, and this talent for survival and creation is revealed in the series of films we have made together - In the Est Village, Studios Bushwick and Ellenviille, 3D Graffiti, and the Motorcycle Art of Linus Coraggio. All four of the films will screen on my website in the very near future.