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Basquiat’s paintings now belong in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, among others.

How do you know if Jean-Michel Basquiat is real?

They are often boldly signed on the front of the canvas. Then there are those works signed on the verso with a crown above the initials “JMB.” In general, many Basquiats are unsigned—but fakes always bear a signature.

What is Jean-Michel Basquiat most expensive painting?

Untitled (1982)
Untitled (1982) Jean-Michel Basquiat, Untitled (1982). Courtesy of Christie’s Images, Ltd. A year before Yusaku Maezawa spent $110 million to buy the most expensive Basquiat ever sold at auction (see below), he purchased Untitled (1982) at Christie’s for $57.3 million.

Do they still make Pez?

Today, the company sells and markets its products worldwide with locations in Orange, Connecticut and Traun, Austria. Between them, the two locations distribute approximately 70 million dispensers and 5 billion candies per year. PEZ products are available in more than 80 countries worldwide.

Where can I see a Basquiat painting?

UCCA Center for Contemporary ArtJean-Michel Basquiat / On view

Who owns most Basquiat paintings?

Maezawa is also the owner of the most expensive Basquiat painting ever sold at auction, an image of a giant skull with a blue background. Untitled (1982) sold for $110.5 million at Sotheby’s in May 2017.

Why did Basquiat start doing drugs?

Basquiat picked up a heroin habit in the early 1980’s, and increased his use after he became wealthy. Several friends and business associates said the artist was frequently offered drugs, both by dealers and private collectors, in exchange for his work.

Did Basquiat go to art school?

As he grew older, Basquiat didn’t take to traditional education, hopping from school to school until finally dropping out after his junior year of high school. Instead, he preferred to self-educate. “I never went to an art school. I failed the art courses that I did take in school,” the painter later recalled.