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Basquiat Polaroid par Andy Warhol. After the retrospectives devoted to Georges RouaultEdvard MunchAmedeo ModiglianiErnst Ludwig KirchnerMarc Chagall and Egon Schielethe Museum of Modern Art of the City of Lugano will now be housing an exhibition devoted to Jean-Michel Basquiatone of the main protagonists of the international artistic scene of the eighties.
This retrospective, which promises to be the most complete tribute — the first in Switzerland and one of the biggest in Europe — to the work of Basquiat, spans the entire artistic career of this legendary figure, defined in his day as the "Jimi Hendrix of art", or even the "Child King", in an attempt to offer the public a new opportunity to come to grips with the contemporary languages of XX century art.
Basquiat, a martyr to his own inner fire that burnt out his very existence at the age of only 27, began in the artistic world with the famous graffiti signed SAMO - his identification mark - and was recognised, together with Keith Haring, as belonging to the American graffiti movement of the late seventies.
Basquiat usually paints large fields of colour by applying broad brush strokes with acrylic paint, while drawing and writing in oil stick.
This pattern applies to the orange top part of this painting. The portrait at centre, however, has hair, skin and parts of the bust filled-in with repeated oil stick lines.
Leonardo's Mona Lisa seems to grow into the dollar note at top, obscuring what would be the face of George Washington. Art and money are two different currencies, even different worlds, which can be converted only with difficulty.
The uncompromising and urgent way the artist spent the money he made is legend. In this painting he lets us know that although he loved money his ultimate faith lay in art.
Basquiat was one of the few emerging artists not only to enjoy immediate international fame but also to be suddenly called upon to expose his own works in the most notable galleries of New York and, subsequently, the rest of the world.
Basquiat was intelligent, curious and full of joie de vivre and he broke with tradition and imposed his truth, denouncing the dangers of modern life — money, drugs, sex, flattery, oppression and racism.
The rebellious artist incorporated every sort of element into his works, from the symbols of mass culture, to references to the mythology of jazz, from the representation of coloured heroes who had become famous in sport and music, to the skeletons and skulls inspired by his attraction to death.
His creations are a blend of symbols, writing and colours. The colours are not those of a picture on a medium achieved by studied art; they are the colours of the street, of the city, at the same time vivid and faded, laid one upon the other like strips of torn advertising posters.
It is only the unlikely silver wig that Warhol always wore in the eighties that identifies the image as being of him. Indeed the silver wig on any object would identify it as Warhol.
In this picture Basquiat paints his friend in jest but also with great affection. There are a number of portraits the artists did of each other, but this one occupied a special place in Basquiat's heart.
It was hung on a wall by itself in the Mary Boone - Micheal Werner Gallery exhibition ofwhile the other paintings were jammed together on other walls, even though Boone had advised the artist to hang the show more sparsely. The exhibition is laid out in a chronological sequence, by a rigorous choice of works from major museums and private collections, and it comprises some fifty or so paintings, a score of drawings and some "collaborations" created together with Andy Warhol and Francesco Clemente, canvasses commissioned by the Zurich art dealer, Bruno Bischofberger.
It was precisely with Warhol that the artist was to establish one of the closest ties of his life and the passing of the master of Pop Art in was to leave a void in Basquiat's life that was never to be filled.This essay is devoted to a masterpiece by the hand of one of the greatest artist this world has seen, The Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci.
The intent is to address the story behind this painting, trying to unveil some of the mysteries that lie behind her smile or at least the reason of the commission to begin with.
Mona is the Italian abbreviation and respectful address in Renaissance, so the literal translation of the portrait, Mona Lisa, should be "Mrs Lisa". This painting represents the highest artistic achievement of Da Vinci, succeeded in shaping an urban middle-class lady's image in the rising period of capitalism.
The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci was painted in Florence between and The painting is of Monna Lisa, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, which is why the painting is . Published: Mon, 5 Dec Mona Lisa is a 16th century painting made from oil and popular wood. Due to the painting’s mystique and technical mystery, it is one of the world’s most famous paintings.
The Mona Lisa The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci was painted in Florence between and The painting is of Monna Lisa, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, which is why the painting is also referred to as La Gioconda. KiiT International school for Newgen managers instilling in them the power of positive thinking, exemplary speed of execution, insatiable desire for new information and knowledge, a global mindset and a penchant for out-of-box thinking by benchmarking with the best business school practices from Asia and the rest of the world.