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.
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.
raw, unseen photos of young basquiat at his studio
Photographer Richard Corman talks about what it was like to shoot the now-iconic artist.
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.
5 things you can’t miss at spring/break 2017, from ballpoint pen punk posters to basquiat
The beloved curator-driven show returns for Armory Arts Week, but has a new home: the old Condé Nast building in Times Square. Here, we share highlights from the city’s most exciting art fair.
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 center stage again, to...
jean michel basquiat’s first uk retrospective is coming next year
'Boom for Real', the first large exhibition of his work in the UK, will open at the Barbican in 2017.
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.
what’s wrong with these nude photos of jean-michel basquiat?
And why is his estate trying to censor them?
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.