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Jean Michel Basquiat
Basquiat’s Art Career Took Off in Part Thanks to an Indie Film
“All of the books that talk about Annina Nosei giving Jean-Michel his first studio, that wasn’t actually true.”
Jean-Michel Basquiat Film
Is Returning to Theaters
Vulture will co-host the film’s New York premiere with Metrograph Pictures before a national rerelease.
Study Warhol and Basquiat at a School Turned Gallery in Upstate New York
Neither of these artists was known as a nature lover, of course.
What Does It Mean for Basquiat to Be Back in the East Village?
Not that he’d recognize the place if he were still alive.
A Guide to Jean-Michel Basquiat’s New York
A glossary elaborating on many of the sources and references within
Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The Bromance of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat
An in-progress play explores the unplumbed depths of the two artists’ fraught relationship. Was it actually just romance?
What It Was Like to Be Basquiat’s Lover
Three scenes from Suzanne Mallouk’s life with the famous artist.
Patti Astor, Eighties Art-Scene Icon And
Star, Still Has Fun
The East Village art-scene pioneer and indie-movie icon takes Vulture on a walking tour through a lost world.
Mary Kaye Schilling
Jeffrey Deitch Wants a Basquiat in the White House
While Obama continues to put together his Cabinet in Washington, Deitch and his art-world colleagues are working to install one of their own at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.