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Basquiat, Jean-Michel, 1960-1988



  • Existence: 1960-12-22 - 1988-08-12

Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:

No.1421: International Situations #1 / Maggs Brothers ; Basquiat JM ; Mekas J ; Breton A ; Burroughs WS ; Carroll L ; Duchamp M ; Huelsenbeck R ; Hoch H ; Lemaitre M ; Marinetti FT ; Metzger G ; Ono Y ; Paolozzi E ; Rodchenko A ; Ruscha E ; Sohm H ; Warhol A ; Ginsberg A ; Burroughs WS ; Jarry A ; Sex Pistols ; Debord G ; Kerouac J., 2013

Identifier: CC-58991-10002181
Scope and Contents

This catalogue is a selection from the counterculture selections of Maggs Brothers and includes "books, manuscripts and graphic and plastic art by and about bohemians, crazies, eccentrics, exiles, extremists, the violent, the persecuted, the mad, modernists, revolutionaries, terrorists, urban guerrillas, visionareis, and outsiders." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 2013

[Page From Sketchbook] / Peterson, Robert; Basquiat JM., 1990

Identifier: CC-04373-4455
Scope and Contents

According to Peter Kruty who published this print labeled A.P. but the only image printed, the work was commissioned by the Bjorn Olsson Gallery for an opening of Peterson's work. Twenty-five copies were returned to Kruty and Peterson for their own use - presumably the Sackner print was one of the 25 copies. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1990

The Samo Graffiti / Flynt, Henry ; Basquiat JM., 1991

Identifier: CC-10803-11013
Scope and Contents

This exhibition documented the photographs of Samo graffiti which appeared in lower Manhatten in 1977-1978. Subsequently it became known that they were the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Al Diaz. The premise of these slogans/poems was that Samo was a brand name drug which provided salvation to those who would take it. This catalogue also mentions that Flynt's work is in the collection of Ruth & Marvin Sackner. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1991

Word as Image: American Art 1960-1990 / Basquiat JM ; Berman W ; Cage J ; Kruger B ; Ruscha E ; Twombly C ; Holzer J ; Dwyer N ; Hansen A ; Kosuth J ; Rosen K ; Wool C ; Johns J ; Allen T ; Arakawa ; Brecht G ; Johnson R ; Lemieux A ; Masullo A ; Bellavance L ; Jess., 1990

Identifier: CC-00672-688
Scope and Contents

Exhibition was divided into five parts, Words from the Environment, Words as Sign and Structure, Words as Juxtaposition and Association, Words as Narrative, and Words as Socio-Political Commentary. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1990

Additional filters:

Visual art 11
Conceptual art 5
Conventional poetry 5
Artist book (citation) 3
Documentation 3