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BASQUIAT - CLEMENT, Jennifer.

Published by Exeter, Shearsman Books (2010). (2010)

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About this Item: Exeter, Shearsman Books (2010)., 2010. 8°. 140 S., 2 Bll. Ill. Orig.-Brosch. Literarisches Porträt der Witwe des Künstlers Jean-Michel Basquiat, das auf Gesprächen mit Suzanne Mallouk und ihren Texten beruht. Mallouk war die Geliebte des Künstlers Jean-Michel Basquiat. - Mit eigenhändigen Signaturen von Jennifer Clement und Suzanne Mallouk auf dem Titelblatt. Lang en. Seller Inventory # 7529

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GEORGE CONDO (1957) US-amerikanischer Maler der postmodernen Kunst. Er lebt seit den 1980er Jahren in New York City, wo er mit Jean-Michel Basquiat und Keith Haring befreundet war. Er arbeitete u. a. mit William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg zusammen. Im Jahr 2000 wurde der Film Condo Painting (Regie: John McNaughton) veröffentlicht.

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About this Item: ONE HUNDRET WOMEN Retrospektive GEORGE CONDO (Großer, gebundener Kunstkatalog) Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern-Ruit, 1. Auflage 2005, ERSTAUSGABE, farbig illustriertes Hardcover 4 , mit vielen ganzseitigen Farbabbildungen, schön erhalten - mit E.ZEICHNUNG (Frauenporträt) eigenhändiger Widmung for Isabel, Ort, Datum, Unterschrift signiert Bielefeld, June 16, 05. Seller Inventory # 39647

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Basquiat, Jean-Michel and Francesco Clemente, Andy Warhol

Published by Edition Bischofberger (1984)

ISBN 10: 3905173050 ISBN 13: 9783905173055

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About this Item: Edition Bischofberger, 1984. Hardcover with dustjacket, 38 pages; very good condition; clean and crisp; dj slightly yellowed; this copy is signed by Francesco Clemente on the first page; no other internal marks. Foreign shipping may be extra. Seller Inventory # CoBaEd900

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BASQUIAT Jean-Michael

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About this Item: 1988. SIGNED BY BASQUIAT. Original Exhibition Poster (735 x 522mm). Colour offset lithograph, on smooth wove paper. A fine copy, signed by Basquiat in black felt pen, lower left corner. Paris, Yvon Lambert Gallery. Issued as the poster for Basquiat's exhibition at the Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris January to February 1988, his second-to-last solo exhibition before his death six months later. Paintings on view included Light Blue Movers, Riddle Me This Batman, She Installs Confidence and Picks His Brain Like a Salad, and To Be Titled. Shortly after, in April, Basquiat had his final solo show at the Vrej Baghoomian Gallery in New York. Seller Inventory # 227885

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BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL

Published by Bischofsberger and Boone (1982)

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About this Item: Bischofsberger and Boone, 1982. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Mint condition still in original brown paper and brown card mailing package, as new, signed full page by the artist and nuymbered 496/1000. Not reprinted in any other edition. about 7 by 13 inches. Increasingly rare i.e. none coming to market as they were ten years ago, in view of Basquiat's paintings' ever increasing reputation. Two dozen or so beautifully reproduced paintings illustrated, each fullpage. Signed by Illustrator(s). Exhibition Catalogue. Seller Inventory # 30

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Vintage Silver Gelatin Photograph of Jean-Michel Basquiat: BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL; CORMAN,

BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL; CORMAN, RICHARD

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About this Item: np, New York. Condition: Fine. first edition. LARGE, LIMITED VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPH OF BASQUIAT FROM 1984. ONE OF ONLY THREE VINTAGE PRINTS PRODUCED OF AN ICONIC BASQUIAT PORTRAIT. Trained under Richard Avedon, the photographer Richard Corman has been one of the most celebrated portrait photographers of the last thirty years. Rolling Stone refers to his photographs as "iconic" and documentarian Ken Burns says Corman's versatile body of work is an "artistic vision dedicated to the highest aspirations of human endeavor. the photographs record in big moments and small, among the famous and ordinary, the gifted and challenged, larger truths relevant to all of us." Corman's 1984 photo session with the 23-year old Jean-Michel Basquiat at Basquiat's Great Jones St. studio produced wonderfully evocative images of the now legendary artist. As Corman explains: "In 1984, I was asked to photograph Jean Michel Basquiat for L'Uomo Vogue. When I walked into the artist's loft I was immediately engulfed by a wave of creative confusion. The room was a swirl of people, paint, canvas, color, and smoke. Off in the corner was Basquiat, submerged and almost invisible. "I tried to be as prepared as possible for my shoot, but until I had walked into his studio, I was really entering the unknown. His space was packed with people - Jean-Michel attracted people for all kinds of reasons. He was charismatic, beautiful, a bit haunting and a genius in his own right. There was just a wonderfully crazy energy of smoke and people and music and painting. It was messy and cool in the best way. I decided to kind of isolate him in the photos from the chaos. For me, that's what makes these pictures so interesting - the focus is on him, instead of the mad energy surrounding him. "All I had with me was a twin lens Rolleiflex camera, one strobe, and a 4-foot-wide grey seamless paper. I hung it up, had him stand in front of it, and began taking pictures. I would say he was comfortable, uncomfortable, angry, curious, and intense. He just created his own space and energy, and I followed it. His hands, eyes, and body language were so expressive, and he revealed so much through his luminous presence. "For me, as a young photographer, and even 30 years later, I'm always looking to find someone's story behind their eyes, and in his own way, Jean-Michel shared that with me. It was kind of magical, even though I didn't know what I had at the time. I didn't know who I was photographing, other than someone with a unique soul and spirit. I felt how multi-layered he was. His presence was quiet yet mesmerizing." The vintage photographs from this photoshoot are exceedingly scarce. Corman printed "a few" of his favorites for his portfolio at the time, including three of this image. Signed, dated, and numbered ("1/3") by Corman on the verso. New York: 1984. Size: Image = 16x16 inches; framed 23x25 inches. In stunning archival, hand-painted frame with museum plexi-glass. Fine condition. Seller Inventory # 2009

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Vintage Silver Gelatin Photograph of Jean-Michel Basquiat: BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL; CORMAN,

BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL; CORMAN, RICHARD

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About this Item: np, New York, 1984. Condition: Fine. First edition. LARGE, LIMITED VINTAGE SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPH OF BASQUIAT FROM 1984. ONE OF ONLY TWO VINTAGE PRINTS PRODUCED OF AN ICONIC BASQUIAT PORTRAIT. Trained under Richard Avedon, the photographer Richard Corman has been one of the most celebrated portrait photographers of the last thirty years. Rolling Stone refers to his photographs as "iconic" and documentarian Ken Burns says Corman's versatile body of work is an "artistic vision dedicated to the highest aspirations of human endeavor. the photographs record in big moments and small, among the famous and ordinary, the gifted and challenged, larger truths relevant to all of us." Corman's 1984 photo session with the 23-year old Jean-Michel Basquiat at Basquiat's Great Jones St. studio produced wonderfully evocative images of the now legendary artist. As Corman explains: "In 1984, I was asked to photograph Jean Michel Basquiat for L'Uomo Vogue. When I walked into the artist's loft I was immediately engulfed by a wave of creative confusion. The room was a swirl of people, paint, canvas, color, and smoke. Off in the corner was Basquiat, submerged and almost invisible. "I tried to be as prepared as possible for my shoot, but until I had walked into his studio, I was really entering the unknown. His space was packed with people - Jean-Michel attracted people for all kinds of reasons. He was charismatic, beautiful, a bit haunting and a genius in his own right. There was just a wonderfully crazy energy of smoke and people and music and painting. It was messy and cool in the best way. I decided to kind of isolate him in the photos from the chaos. For me, that's what makes these pictures so interesting - the focus is on him, instead of the mad energy surrounding him. "All I had with me was a twin lens Rolleiflex camera, one strobe, and a 4-foot-wide grey seamless paper. I hung it up, had him stand in front of it, and began taking pictures. I would say he was comfortable, uncomfortable, angry, curious, and intense. He just created his own space and energy, and I followed it. His hands, eyes, and body language were so expressive, and he revealed so much through his luminous presence. "For me, as a young photographer, and even 30 years later, I'm always looking to find someone's story behind their eyes, and in his own way, Jean-Michel shared that with me. It was kind of magical, even though I didn't know what I had at the time. I didn't know who I was photographing, other than someone with a unique soul and spirit. I felt how multi-layered he was. His presence was quiet yet mesmerizing." The vintage photographs from this photoshoot are exceedingly scarce. Corman printed "a few" of his favorites for his portfolio at the time, including two of this image. Signed, dated, and numbered ("2/2") by Corman on the verso. New York: 1984. Size: Image = 16x16 inches; framed 23x25 inches. In stunning archival, hand-painted frame with museum plexi-glass. Fine condition. Seller Inventory # 2010

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Basquiat, Jean-Michel

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About this Item: 23-Colour Screenprint, 1983/2015, on 4-ply Museum Board, edition of 60, published by Flatiron Editions. The release marks the first edition authorized by the estate since 2005, Edition of 60, The posthumous release is stamped and signed by Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Heriveaux, the artist's sisters and administrators of the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the full sheet, 38 ½ x 84 inches (97.79 x 213.36 cm). The edition of 60, which is related to the widely known 1983 artwork Hollywood Africans, owned by the Whitney Museum of American Art, depicts Basquiat with friends, the artists Toxic and Rammellzee. The subject of the work memorializes a time when all three artists were in Los Angeles during Basquiat's second exhibition at the Larry Gagosian Gallery. The work, a commentary on the stereotyping and marginalizing of African Americans in the entertainment industry, led them to coin the term and refer to themselves as the "Hollywood Africans." Equal parts poet and painter, Basquiat challenged the art world binary of high and low, merging European and "primitive" through a neo-expressionist, painterly style that is nearly impossible to categorize. The posthumous release is stamped and signed by Lisane Basquiat and Jeanine Heriveaux, the artist's sisters and administrators of the Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Jean-Michel Basquiat was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 22, 1960. He began his career making street art composed of enigmatic writings on buildings and walls in downtown Manhattan in the late 1970s. His work quickly rose to the spotlight, and by the early 1980s he gained the attention and acclaim of galleries and museums internationally. In what is often classified as a neoexpressionist style, Basquiat drew on social and political themes like systematic racism, identity politics and commodity culture. The artist died at the age of 27 on August 12, 1988 in his studio on Great Jones Street in New York City. Major exhibitions include "Jean-Michel Basquiat: Paintings 19811984," Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh (1984; traveled to Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, through 1985); Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover (1987, 1989); Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (1993; traveled to Menil Collection, Houston; Des Moines Art Center, Iowa; and Montgomery Museum of Fine Art, Alabama, through 1994); "Basquiat," Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York (2005; traveled to Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, through 2006); and Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland (2010; traveled to Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris); and "Now is the Time" at the Art Gallery of Ontario (2015; traveled to the Guggenheim Bilbao in 2015). Seller Inventory # 93031

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