The photographer stokes our nostalgia for 1980s New York with shots of Robert Mapplethorpe, Keith Haring, Jean-Michael Basquiat, and more members of the downtown pantheon.
by Harry Brant
The artist revisits his zany hand-painted work in the era of Haring and Basquiat, from his pet vacuum to the Palladium pay phones.
The film is a fairytale-homage to the New York that was and never again will be—but more importantly, to the friendships that blossom amidst the concrete.
The artist moves his gaze indoors to depict the spaces loved and lived-in by some of his greatest influences.
The cross-disciplinary artist shows us his photos of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Bob Marley, and more ahead of an opening at Galerie Eva Prenshuber in New York.
by Devon Ivie
Showing—no, telling—you which art and culture books to add to your living room repertoire for the month of June.
Director Sara Driver tells us about her late friend and artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and the unpredictable world of '70s New York that raised him.