A New York, Basquiat version intimiste

In Manhattan, 57 Great Jones Street was worth a detour. In the NoHo district, a stone’s throw from the “Ukrainian village”, the facade of the small building was riddled with tags and lovers came to take selfies. An ordinary building? Not really. It was there, in a studio rented to him by Andy Warhol, that Jean-Michel Basquiat lived, from 1983. There too, in this former stable, that he died in August 1988 of a heroin overdose. . He was only 27 years old.

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