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Jean-Michel Basquiat’s beginning in Brooklyn, New York on December 22, 1960 was a modest one, unconnected with the sophisticated art shows and famous partnerships he would someday experience. This street artist turned high profile painter, whose paintings would ultimately sell for upwards of $50,000 at one-man shows in Tokyo, Paris, and Dusseldorf, among other locations, was passionate, intelligent, and very politically aware. His father, Gerard Basquiat, was an accountant of Ivorian descent…
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