Pakiderm, 1984

New Yorker Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) began as a graffiti artist and brought street culture into galleries, becoming a mega star of the art world. His expressive art drew on his experience as a black American artist of Haitian and Puerto-Rican descent, addressing racism and political issues. With exclusive rights from the Basquiat estate, King & McGaw has produced his rare, valuable works as art prints for the first time in Europe.

©Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York

Jean Michel Basquiat, 1983.  Photo © akg-iamges / Niklaus Stauss

Jean Michel Basquiat, 1983. Photo © akg-iamges / Niklaus Stauss

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