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Basquiat, Boom For Real, Barbican Art Gallery, London, review: The ... - The IndependentBasquiat, Boom For Real, Barbican Art Gallery, London, review: The ... - The Independent
This is not so much an art exhibition as an excessively documented account of a social and political phenomenon called Jean-Michel Basquiat, a not especially ...
 
Basquiat review – the hungry chronicler of broken America | Art and ... - The GuardianBasquiat review – the hungry chronicler of broken America | Art and ... - The Guardian
Barbican Art Gallery, LondonThis dazzling retrospective reveals the savage sweep of Jean-Michel Basquiat, an artist whose blood-spattered mouths and ...
 
Basquiat: Boom for Real is an exhilarating glimpse behind the myth: Barbican, London, review - Telegraph.co.ukBasquiat: Boom for Real is an exhilarating glimpse behind the myth: Barbican, London, review - Telegraph.co.uk
Jean-Michel Basquiat's short life reads like a kind of Rakes Progress of Eighties New York: from teenage graffiti artist to art world superstar to heroin-induced death aged 27, all in under a decade. But Basquiat has become much more than an icon of ...
 
Art Industry News: Banksy Does a Spot-On Spoof of the Whole Basquiat Craze + More Must-Read Stories - artnet NewsArt Industry News: Banksy Does a Spot-On Spoof of the Whole Basquiat Craze + More Must-Read Stories - artnet News
Banksy Does Spot-On Spoof of Basquiat in London – Ahead of the upcoming Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition at London's Barbican Centre, two new artworks by Banksy have appeared outside the building. The murals were confirmed as genuine by the artist ...
 
Dalí, Duchamp, Basquiat and beards: the best art of autumn 2017 - The GuardianDalí, Duchamp, Basquiat and beards: the best art of autumn 2017 - The Guardian
The subway invaded the art gallery in 1980s New York. Basquiat, who died in 1988 aged 27, crystallised this moment, embodying a new youthful attitude that helped make today's art what it is. He left behind a legacy of scrawled and slashed paintings ...
 
artnet Auctions: A Basquiat Fit for a King and 4 Other Artworks You Should Collect This Month - artnet Newsartnet Auctions: A Basquiat Fit for a King and 4 Other Artworks You Should Collect This Month - artnet News
Basquiat produced very few prints during his lifetime, and this artwork is part of a set of four prints produced posthumously by the artist's estate in 2004, decades after his death. It wasn't until 2015 and again in 2016 that the estate revisited the ...
 
Jean-Michel Basquiat Finally Gets Due Recognition in Britain - Architectural DigestJean-Michel Basquiat Finally Gets Due Recognition in Britain - Architectural Digest
The late celebrated-but-troubled graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, who died of a heroin overdose at the age of 27, has long made headlines on these shores. After all, just this past May his searing 1982 painting of a skull rang up a stunning $110.5 ...
 
First large scale Jean Michel Basquiat exhibition goes on show in London - TVNZFirst large scale Jean Michel Basquiat exhibition goes on show in London - TVNZ
Before Banksy, there was Basquiat, a New York street artist who became a rock star painter. Source: BBC. Related. UK and Europe · Arts and Culture. Man critically injured after setting himself on fire outside Parliament. 10:02pm. share. Source: 1 NEWS.
 
The 10 best things to do this week: Basquiat and AND festival - The GuardianThe 10 best things to do this week: Basquiat and AND festival - The Guardian
Nearly 30 years after Jean-Michel Basquiat's death from a heroin overdose, the first large-scale UK exhibition of his pioneering neo-expressionism opens. Featuring more than 100 works alongside rare photography, film and archive material, the ...
 
'It was surreal': the day I met Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat - The Guardian'It was surreal': the day I met Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat - The Guardian
By 1985, Basquiat had shot to fame. He was still regarded as an artist connected to the Lower East Side music and street-art scene, yet was being exhibited in galleries. It happened really quickly: I first saw his work in the Times Square Show in 1980 ...