Metrograph offers you "a window on a lost world of life on the margins and creative ferment" starting October 25th.
The exhibit highlights 'a formative chapter in the artist’s career through the lens of his identity and the role of cultural activism in New York City during the early 1980s.'
The former home and studio of the iconic NYC artist now features a permanent plaque dedicated to his legacy.
For $650/night you can live where Basquiat lived during the height of his drug problem.
Both Sotheby's and Christie's have been suffering lately, either not selling items
Following in the footsteps of U2 bassist Adam Clayton, Metallica's Lars Ulrich
Recently, legend became reality when a 10-story building in SoHo was being
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