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Fläsket
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3577 posts since 14/8/04

5 Oct 2017 23:33
would like to.

grabbed this aaron garber maikovska the other night.
YLAup
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5077 posts since 5/9/11

6 Oct 2017 06:36
Is that one of those pen-in-bum 60 second sketches?
padawan
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4011 posts since 27/6/03

6 Oct 2017 07:51
Fläsket
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3577 posts since 14/8/04

6 Oct 2017 18:26
aye, foiled.
the one pictured above is by Frank Gehry. See more here - https://arcspace.com/studio/frank-o-gehry-sketches/

this one is done by garber maikovska -
Crackajack
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7031 posts since 21/4/05

2 Feb 2018 22:17
I'm trying to find a film I saw at Tate Liverpool which was a video of a wedding in the 60s in what looked like Maine, New England. Anyone know the title or who it might be by?
Brian Damage
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7988 posts since 21/10/03

2 Feb 2018 22:38
Any Paul Insect fans… wasn't into his earlier stuff compared to his work now. Waiting on this to arrive
Seventyfour
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8700 posts since 6/10/05

2 Feb 2018 23:12
Yeah I like his new stuff too, I haven't seen him release any prints for ages and I can't afford og's how much did it set you back?
Brian Damage
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7988 posts since 21/10/03

2 Feb 2018 23:32
These were his last release from allouche gallery nyc last year, plus unique editions of each. Release price I think was $500 but I paid quite a bit more. Also have an original paint study on the way from the same seller
stoney
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17349 posts since 22/1/05

4 Feb 2018 08:47
Where is the best place to sell Art. My Mrs is doing some stuff that she wants to sell. Are the any Ldn galleries that don't charge like 40% ? Someone recommended saatchi online gallery.
Brian Damage
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7988 posts since 21/10/03

4 Feb 2018 10:12
Instagram
stoney
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17349 posts since 22/1/05

4 Feb 2018 15:48
Yeah i'm going to set up an account, but this particular project is quite 3D so would better suit somewhere where it will be actually seen in person.
burny
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5786 posts since 25/5/06

4 Feb 2018 16:17
Not sure what the benefit of Saatchi online will be then.

Just go to a gallery and try and get represented by them. Look for a gallery that represents artists of a similar ilk.
pops
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3993 posts since 2/9/09

4 Feb 2018 16:58
One of my neighbours is an artist with gallery representation globally. Get some pics up and I’ll ask him
cutandpaste
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568 posts since 11/6/10

4 Feb 2018 18:57
Pretty sure around 50% is the going rate.
swede
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7830 posts since 21/3/09

4 Feb 2018 20:54
car boot?
tom
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2117 posts since 9/10/04

28 May 2019 22:23
This might be interesting.

Basquiat: A Graphic Novel by Paolo Parisi

Told from both Basquiat’s perspective and recollections from those who knew him including his father, Suzeanne Mallouk, Annina Nosei, Mary Boone and Larry Gagosian.

TCB
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3610 posts since 5/7/11

29 May 2019 10:56
Suzeanne Mallouk's book Widow Basquiat is well worth a read
tom
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2117 posts since 9/10/04

29 May 2019 11:34
TCB wrote: Suzeanne Mallouk's book Widow Basquiat is well worth a read
Interesting, I'd like to know a bit more about him beyond the mythology and spin. Will have a read.
TCB
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3610 posts since 5/7/11

29 May 2019 15:28
It was actually written by her friend Jennifer Clement but definitely give it a go. I loved it. This little blurb sums it up nicely:

"This work explores the love story between Jean-Michel Basquiat and Suzanne, his muse and lover. It is also a profound portrait of New York City during the 1980s' art scene and the striking cast of characters from that time: Andy Warhol, Madonna, Keith Haring, Debbie Harry, Julian Schnabel and William Burroughs, among others."