Daros Suite (Set of 4: Leeches, Ascent, Olympic, Liberty), 1982/2017
From an edition of 50 (plus 20 Artist Proofs)
22 × 30 inches (56 × 76.3 cm.)
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Jean-Michel Basquiat was a prominent American artist who rose to fame in the 1980s for his unique approach to art-making. Basquiat was known for his bold and expressive use of color, combined with his incorporation of text, symbols, and cultural references in his paintings. One of his most famous works is the Daros Suite, a series of six large-scale paintings that were created in 1982. These works are characterized by Basquiat's distinctive style, which blends elements of street art, graffiti, and neo-expressionism. Each of the paintings features a central figure or motif, surrounded by a chaotic array of text, symbols, and abstract shapes. The Daros Suite is a testament to Basquiat's artistic vision and his ability to capture the cultural zeitgeist of his time.