Jean-Michel Basquiat, New York City's famed street artist who elevated graffiti to museum-worthy status, showcases his talent in Horn Players. Paying homage to jazz musicians Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, the artist lists Parker's famous standard "Ornithology" throughout the piece, along with "ear" and "larynx", references to the improvisational nature of the genre. Basquiat mirrors the music's energy with his own uninhibited, spontaneous brushstrokes; channel that unpredictability by showcasing this trio in an unexpected location, perhaps in your entryway or eating nook.
Jean-Michel Basquiat "Horn Players", 1983
Features & Details
- Material: Grade A Canadian Maple Wood
- Dimensions: Each deck: L31 x W8 in
- Country of origin: Belgium
- Each board comes with installation hardware and instructions
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