A new exhibit of the late neo-expressionist artist Jean-Michel Basquiat will open to the public over the weekend in New York City. The exhibit, named "King Pleasure" after one of Basquiat's father's favorite singers, gives an intimate look into the artist's life and work thanks to its curation and organization by his sisters who are in charge of his estate since 2013.
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Auction company Christie's is preparing for the huge sale next month.
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$10.8 million to be exact.
More than 30 years after his death, Jean-Micheal Basquiat’s works of art are still going for big bucks. Victor 25448 is one of the largest pieces ever created by the late painter, as it stands at 6 feet by 11 feet, making its existence rare and hype through the roof. With those refined characteristics, its placement […]
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Jean-Michel Basquiat made history last week when a painting by the late artist auctioned for $110.5 million, setting a new record for all American artists.
It's amazing how many factors play into a person's rise to fame. Take Jean-Michel Basquiat, a Haitian and Puerto Rican kid from Brooklyn, who died 29 years ago.