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Richard Marshall JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT 1992 Published for Whitney...

Title: Jean-Michel Basquiat Author: Dick Hebdige - Dick Hebdige is an expatriate British media theorist, sociologist, and Professor of Art and Media Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His work is commonly associated with the study of subcultures and its resistance against mainstream society. His current research interests include media topographies, desert studies, and performative criticism. [Courtesy Wikipedia] , Greg Tate - Greg Tate is an African-American writer, musician, and producer. The focus of his writing has been African-American music and culture. He is a founding member of the Black Rock Coalition and the leader of Burnt Sugar. [Courtesy Wikipedia], Klaus Kertess - Klaus Kertess was an American art gallerist, art critic and curator best known for his work on the 1995 Whitney Biennial. [Courtesy Wikipedia] , Rene Ricard - Rene Ricard was an American poet, actor, art critic and painter who wrote extensively on modern artwork. [Courtesy Wikipedia] , Richard Marshall - Richard D. Marshall was an acclaimed art historian and longtime curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. [Courtesy ArtNews] , Robert Farris Thompson - Robert Farris Thompson is an American historian and writer specialising in the art of Africa and the Afro-Atlantic world. He has been a member of the faculty at Yale University since 1965 and currently serves as the Colonel John Trumbull Professor of the History of Art. [Courtesy Wikipedia] Publisher: Whitney Museum of American Art City: New York Year: 1992 Printing Information: Other - see description Binding Style: Softcover Pagination: 272 pages Width: 9.5" Height: 12" Book Details: This profusely illustrated art text was published "On the occasion of the exhibition 'Jean-Michel Basquiat' at the Whitney Museum of American Art." Two pamphlets from this exhibition are included with the softcover text. The volume features several essays regarding the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat from a variety of notable artists, art critics, and academics. Basquiat's work is known for its social commentary and criticism of racism, colonialism, and imperialist wealth. This text, published to commemorate a Whitney Museum retrospective of Basquiat's art, features numerous full-color illustrations. Please attend our live sale to view this title and other interesting volumes in person. Condition / Notes: This volume has been carefully stored and shows exceptionally well. For lots which include only books, our shipping charge applies to any address within the fifty United States. For lots which are not books, the stated shipping cost in this listing will apply only to addresses within the continental 48 states. Within those parameters, the shipping cost for this lot will be: $7.50

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  • 2018-08-18
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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT & ANDY WARHOL - Original color offset lithograph

Jean-Michel Basquiat & Andy Warhol (Americans, 20th Century). "Palladium Presents: Warhol * Basquiat Paintings [Variation #2]". Original color offset lithograph. 1985. Signed by both artists in black marker, lower left and lower right. Edition unknown, presumed very small. White wove paper. The full sheet. Fine impression. Very good condition; colors strong; some dimples in the image; pinholes in corners; original folds as issued for mailing. Very rare. The companion piece to the legendary, iconic, and famous exhibition poster (offered elsewhere in this auction) of two of the greatest artists of the latter part of the 20th Century, standing side by side, perhaps the most poignant and enduring image of the 1980's NYC art scene. Our example is the second variant of the "invitation poster" showing Warhol landing a punch on Basquiat's chin. The second variant is identical to the first variant except for the admission price, which is "Admission Twenty Dollars" in the second variant and "Complimentary Admission for Two" in the first variant. While the poster with Warhol and Basquiat standing side by side (titled "Tony Shafrazi * Bruno Bischofberger Present: Warhol * Basquiat Paintings, September 14 through October 19, 1985, 163 Mercer Street, New York) is occasionally obtainable, the alternative version (our "invitation poster") was issued for a one-night only event at the Palladium (not at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery) and very few were printed. We could locate only 2 auction records of this poster in the past 28 years, with only one of these being signed, which sold for $4,153 (?3,222) at PIASA, Paris, November 23, 2008, lot #413. The photograph is by Michael Halsband who also took the picture for the exhibition poster. Undoubtedly to be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonne of Warhol's non-commissioned posters by Paul Marechal. The full title of the poster is: "Palladium Presents Warhol * Basquiat Paintings, Saturday * September 14 * 1985 * 10 PM, Palladium, 126 East 14 Street, Exhibition at Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Admission Twenty Dollars.". Overall size: 17 5/16 x 11 1/16 in. (440 x 281 mm). Image size: 17 5/16 x 11 1/16 in. (440 x 281 mm). [28545] |4000| {R100} (TL3) ozzz~nzzz

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  • 2015-11-07
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JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT AND ANDY WARHOL Graffiti Jacket (Mary Boone Exhibition).

<b>JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT AND ANDY WARHOL</b> <br /> <i>Graffiti Jacket (Mary Boone Exhibition)</i>. <br /> <br /> Felt-tip pen and black and green ink on tan Leathermode jacket, 1984. 750x540 mm; 29 1/2x21 1/4 inches. Initialed and dated by Basquiat in ink, upper recto, and signed twice by Warhol in ink, left sleeve and upper right verso. Also signed by gallerist Mary Boone in ink, verso on the left side of Basquiat's Africa study. <br /> <br /> An artists decorated leather jacket commemorating Basquiat's first solo exhibition opening at Mary Boone Gallery, New York, May 1984. The opening represented a significant transition both for Basquiat and for a broader circle of street artists, from their beginnings as graffitists to their entry into the blue-chip, commercial art market. <br /> <br /> With Basquiat's face sketch and "crown" drawings in ink, recto, and with a large ink drawing based on his painting <i>Eye-Africa</i>, acrylic and oil stick on canvas, circa 1984 (see image below), verso. <i>Eye-Africa</i>, which was exhibited at the Mary Boone solo exhibition and is referenced in Basquiat's drawing on the jacket, likely represents a commentary by Basquiat on the explotation of African workers in the diamond mines of South Africa and, in a wider sense, the European colonization and explotation of Africa since the 19th century. <br /> <br /> Also tagged by grafitti artists Crash (John Matos) and Daze (Chris Ellis), who Basquiat invited to the Mary Boone exhibition to represent old-school graffiti culture.

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  • 2015-05-13
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