style cues from the world's greatest artists
From the gallery to the catwalk front row, this new book will thrill art and fashion fans alike.
a new exhibition highlights the intersecting lives of haring and basquiat
The National Gallery of Victoria will host over 300 pieces by both artists as a part of their blockbuster exhibition ‘Keith Haring | Jean-Michel Basquiat: Crossing Lines’.
basquiat is in the spotlight at the fondation louis vuitton
The exhibition hangs his work alongside that of Egon Schiele.
a basquiat musical is heading to broadway
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s works have exhibited around the world. Now, they’re heading to Broadway.
the first trailer for the teenage basquiat documentary is here
'Boom For Real' dives into what Basquiat was like as a homeless teen living in Tompkins Square Park.
unseen photos of a young basquiat in his studio
Photographer Richard Corman talks about what it was like to shoot the now-iconic artist.
the problem with the barbican’s basquiat retrospective
Boom for Real at the Barbican is content to examine the grit and glamour of Basquiat’s NYC, but what about the racism he faced as the art world’s first black star?
the 5 most surprising comme des garçons runway cameos
As the Met opens its epic Comme des Garçons exhibition, we take a look back at some of the famous faces who have graced Rei Kawakubo’s hallowed runway.
rare photos of a young basquiat in his east village home
An intimate exhibition explores Jean-Michel Basquiat’s time living with his former girlfriend Alexis Adler in downtown New York.
david bowie’s personal art collection to be exhibited before being sold at auction
The collection includes around 400 works from artists including as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Marcel Duchamp and Damien Hirst.
rediscovered portraits of 70s nyc bad boys, from mick jagger to john belushi
Photographer Marcia Resnick and writer Victor Bockris are releasing a book of interviews, essays and images that give us an intimate look at the rebellious downtown creatives that were their contemporaries in 1977-1982 New York.
black art matters: jean michel basquiat
The iconic 80s painter gets his first, long overdue, European retrospective at Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum.