Reserve your free ticket to see some of Basquiat’s most significant work
Celebrate the inauguration of The Brant Foundation’s new space in New York City’s East Village, with an exhibition of legendary artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The Brant Foundation collaborates with Fondation Louis Vuitton to bring you an inaugural showcase that will feature Basquiat’s most important works of art from the Brant Collections as well as from international museums and private collections. It will take place in their new facility a century-old building with 7,000 square feet of exhibition space spread across four floors with two gardens placed adjacent to the structure and a landscaped roof terrace, located in the East Village were Basquiat has influenced for years.
You can see some of his pieces of the work such as both Untitled from 1981 and 1982, the multi-paneled Grillo (1984), Now’s the Time (1985), made on a shaped canvas, Gold Griot (1984) and Anthony Clarke (1985), both executed on wood slats.