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By Margo Thompson; Klaus H Carl

Das vorliegende Buch präsentiert eine neue examine der Verbindungen zwischen dem Kunstgenre Graffiti und dem Werk Jean-Michel Basquiats und spricht insofern sicherlich ein breites Publikum an. Es gibt gegenwärtig nur äußerst wenige Studien zu dieser Thematik, was once diese originelle examine umso wichtiger macht. Der Autor analysiert den vergleichbaren Hintergrund der Graffiti-Künstler und Basquiats, hebt Read more...

summary: Das vorliegende Buch präsentiert eine neue examine der Verbindungen zwischen dem Kunstgenre Graffiti und dem Werk Jean-Michel Basquiats und spricht insofern sicherlich ein breites Publikum an. Es gibt gegenwärtig nur äußerst wenige Studien zu dieser Thematik, used to be diese originelle examine umso wichtiger macht. Der Autor analysiert den vergleichbaren Hintergrund der Graffiti-Künstler und Basquiats, hebt gleichzeitig jedoch auch die Unterschiede hervor, die Basquiat internationale Berühmtheit verschafften, während der Großteil der Graffiti-Künstler anonym geblieben ist

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DAZE met CRASH there and they forged a productive working friendship, only one of countless similar fortuitous encounters. 5 Despite the competition that existed amongst writers who vied to be ‘king’ of a particular subway line by tagging with the most frequency and distinctive style, there was also The public High School of Art and Design, on the east side of collaboration. DAZE offered the analogy of how the music midtown Manhattan, was a hotbed of writing activity, DAZE and lore of the blues was transmitted almost casually as more recollected.

Through DONDI, RAMMELLZEE met cars, top-to-bottoms–in his inimitable style. They weren’t DAZE, who remembers him carrying portfolios, not the usual traditional pieces, they were wild and crazy. 19 While RAMMELLZEE believed it was imperative to recognise the In RAMMELLZEE’s clique especially, but also in other crews, they significance of writing and its historical origins in the subway, re-imagined writing as something much larger than the some of his crew wrote on trains only after they painted individual.

Their culture in many [ZEPHYR] But when you saw them up close they weren’t as ways mimicked the art world, but they had their own art impressive as when you saw them… world. The kids were their own harshest critics. They could [DONDI] Right, right. go on and on about why a piece didn’t work aesthetically [ZEPHYR] Which is the way he paints. 44 and which colors were in the piece... [DONDI] Of course, this led me to believe that he was doing DONDI, ASIA tag, 1981. Aerosol paint on New York subway car.

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