In June 1984, Jean-Michel Basquiat was flying high in his downtown studio at 57 Great Jones Street. He had just come off his first solo exhibition at Marry Boone and featured in the MoMA’s inaugural re-opening show, an international survey of the most important painters and sculptors of the moment.
Enter the then 30-year-old photographer Richard Corman, who had completed a…
The story behind these Basquiat photos taken in the serenity of his studio
By Miss Rosen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
May 2, 2019 at 08:24AM
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