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Known as a political-poetical graffiti artist, Basquiat’s body of work is a Neo-Expressionist and Primitivism aesthetic. Encoding a series of words and symbols, Basquiat represents elements of his cultural heritage as a social commentary on racial segregation and alienation. The loosely defined and abstracted image reflect a fragmented and torn individual.
Screen print on Lenox Museum Board
Signed, stamped and numbered Edition of 85