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, was once 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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Aerosol paint on subway car. 51 This was an dimensional forms that seem to pop out from the plane of the unusual ambition. Generally, graffiti writers aimed for quantity, subway car, but also an illusion of space that extended back and while a distinctive style was admirable, it was not a Gangster. 49 into the picture plane. 50 This facility was evident in his 1980 substitute for ubiquity on a particular subway line in gaining a swinging letters masterpiece, where his tag seemed to have reputation as ‘king’ of the line.

Graffiti 1980, and with DONDI took Ahearn to paint a train as part of his pre-production research for Wild Style. While SEEN’s paintings often incorporated his tag, or the tags of DONDI, FUTURA, and ZEPHYR made the connections in 1980 others in his crew such as P-JAY or his brother MAD. He that would eventually take graffiti into commercial galleries, produced his first canvas in 1979, and in 1981 or 1982 he says LEE had already shown his paintings in Europe in 1979, with Henry Chalfant encouraged him to go to Europe to continue FAB FIVE FREDDY.

Qxp 5/18/2009 10:46 AM Page 45 Subway Writers FUTURA 2000, Break, 1980. Aerosol paint on New York subway car. Destroyed. Photo by Martha Cooper. CRASH, Untitled, date unknown. Aerosol paint on subway car. New York. qxp 5/14/2009 3:35 PM Page 46 American Graffiti these things out of a bomber mentality. And he wasn’t trying subway writing as an historical phenomenon independent of to become a muralist of the graffiti scene, which eventually fine art, with a past to be mined and a future to be shaped.

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