See this Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition for free
The legendary artist’s New York retrospective can be viewed in full online right now.
Saint Laurent are dropping a collab with boxing outfitters Everlast
Inspired by photos of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, it’s a total knockout.
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.
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.
boom for real: a dictionary of basquiat
Following the Barbican exhibition’s opening weekend, wise up on the American artist’s catchphrases, graffiti tags, obsessions, and words that recur in his most famous paintings.
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?
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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.
ruby rose's basquiat makeup campaign is stirring up controversy
Basquiat's name and imagery have been used to sell products before. But fans see the ads for an Urban Decay makeup collaboration as being particularly antithetical to what the late artist stood for.
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.
when basquiat took a stand against police brutality
Basquiat’s painting Defacement dealt with the death of fellow graffiti artist Michael Stewart at the hands of NYC police in 1983. A new project by Chaedria LaBouvier, who lost her brother to police violence, puts the painting centre stage again, to...