Jean-Michel Basquiat’s symbolic, complex, and often emotionally charged work made a huge impact on the 1980s downtown New York City art scene. And though his all-too-brief career ended when he died at age 27, Basquiat left behind an enormous legacy―not only in the number of works he produced, but also in the messages he encoded around political, social, racial, and cultural issues.
- Publisher: Prestel; 1st edition, 2022
- Number of pages: 216
- ISBN-10: 3791379577
- ISBN-13: 978-3791379579
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