Basquiat tribute: Malaysian gallery presents painterly chaos, graffiti and more

  • Arts
  • Monday, 17 Aug 2020

Taiwanese artist Chang Chiung-Fang's 'I Own You, In Me' (acrylic, crayon and oil on canvas, 2016). Photo: Artemis Art

The legacy of late American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, who rewrote underground art culture in the 1980s with words, images and collages, remains as strong and inspiring as ever today.

The boundary-breaking Basquiat, a self-taught painter from Brooklyn, would have turned 60 this Dec 22.

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