Jean-Michel Basquiat Small Plate - Limoges Porcelain - All Colored Cast I (1982)
About Jean-Michel Basquiat Small Plate - Limoges Porcelain - All Colored Cast I (1982)
This Limoges porcelain Basquiat small plate by the Limoges-Based company Ligne Blanche features the New York School influential graffiti artist's work "All Colored Cast I" (1982). The original painting is an acrylic, oil stick, and paper collage with metal hinges on a cotton drop cloth. This top quality porcelain small plate features a painting by one of the most revolutionary underground New Yorker artists of the 1980s. The patterns illustrated on the original painting (colorful, powerful figures in comic-grotesque, conceptual words, creatures, as well as voodoo) are typical of the wild and original world of the artist. The strength of Basquiat was in his ability to fuse images from the streets, newspapers and TV with the spiritual heritage of his Haitian by injecting both in an intuitive understanding of the language of painting," said Jeffrey Deitch, the new director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. Basquiat "art style was focused on themes such as wealth versus poverty, integration versus segregation, and inner versus outer experience. He was mostly known for his unique combinations of text and images. His pieces were strongly political and direct in their address of power structure and systems of racism. More details on Jean-Michel Basquiat Small Plate - Limoges Porcelain - All Colored Cast I (1982):
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