Graffiti Innovators

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April 20 – July 31, 2020

Yellow, 2012

Yellow, 2012

Oil & Acrylic on canvas with power coated aluminum frame

60 x 72 in 

White

White

Oil & Acrylic on Linen with power coated aluminum frame

60 x 72 in

Lamp, circa 1980s 

Acrylic, tinsel and plastic toys on lamp

37 x 13 x 13 inches

Comic, 1983

Spray paint on canvas

 35 ½ x 23 ½ inches

Dedicated, dated and signed ‘To Hans 83 Kenny Scharf' on the reverse

Vertical Blockheads, 2016

Vertical Blockheads, 2016

7 color lithograph

32 x 23 in

Horizontal Blockheads, 2016

Horizontal Blockheads, 2016

7 color lithograph

23 x 32 in

Las Venus, 2000

Las Venus, 2000

Oil on canvas with power coated aluminum frame

18 x 24 in

Balter, 1996

Ballter,1996

Bronze

25 1/2 x 19 x 14 inches

Edition 4 of 4 signed 'Kenny Scharf '96 4/4' followed by foundry stamp 'Empire'

 

Zipzamball, 2000

Zipzamball, 2000

Bronze sculpture

32 ½ x 20 ½ inches

Edition 3 of 4, with 2 Aps

incised with the artist's signature, date 2000 and number 3/4 on the base

 

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Untitled, circa 1981

Marker on paper

16 x 13 ¼ inches 

Untitled

Untitled

Executed in 1987-1988
lacquered steel
57 ½ x 51 x 50 ⅛ in. (146.1 x 129.5 x 127.3 cm.)
This work is from an edition of three and is registered with The Estate of Keith Haring under identification number 062195A12.

 

Busted Head, 1984

Busted Head, 1984

Signed and dated 'K. Haring Nov. 21 1984' (on the reverse) Sumi ink on paper
22 7/8 x 28 3⁄4in / 58 x 73cm

Keith Haring & L.A.

Untitled, August 1982

Acrylic and marker on wood

Signed and dated verso

11 1/2 x 12 1/4 / 29.2 x 31.1 cm 

Untitled, 1987

Marker on Paper

11 3/4 x 8 1/4 in

Contemporaries Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, and Kenny Scharf fueled the art scene for New York City beginning in the 1980’s. Their works covered billboards, buildings, subway walls, and canvases with eye-catching, satirical commentary on modern culture. Through the strategic use of line, bold color, and caricature; the works of these artists evolved from street art to iconography. Explore our collection of these modern masters from their intricate works to their most simplistic expressions.