Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is East Village Art?

What is East Village Art?

In 1981 Patti Aster opened the first art gallery in East Village. She helped launch the careers of several various artists and musicians. It all started out as a small gallery, but began to gain popularity and pop up more frequently, and eventually making East Village the starting point for other art movements such as Neo-Expressionism and Street Art. The Gallery closed in 1985 due to loss of interest.

Artwork by Jean-Michel Basquiat

Keith Haring

Chocolate Buddha (Plate 5), 1989

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Keith Haring

Untitled, 1987

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 30,500

Keith Haring

Fertility , 1983

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Screen-print

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Keith Haring

Apocalypse 2, 1988

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Silkscreen

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Kenny Scharf

Klobz, 2022

Limited Edition Print

Archival Print

USD 2,500

Keith Haring

Growing I, 1988

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Screen-print

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Keith Haring

Untitled, (Cup Man), 1989

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Screen-print

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Keith Haring

Pop Shop IV A-D, 1989

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Screen-print

USD 160,000 - 180,000

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Boxer Rebellion, 1982-83/2018

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Screen-print

USD 70,000 - 80,000

Keith Haring

Pop Shop Quad IV, 1989

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

USD 80,000 - 90,000

Keith Haring

Pop Shop II (a), 1988

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Screen-print

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Kenny Scharf

Untitled (Columbus In Search of a New Tomorrow), 1992

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

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Kenny Scharf

Kozmik, 2002

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

USD 1,700

Keith Haring

Pop Shop II (b), 1988

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

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Keith Haring

Stones (#1), 1989

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Kenny Scharf

Furungle (Suite of 6), 2021

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

USD 29,000

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Resin

Resin can be made from both natural and synthetic processes. The natural version is from pine sap, and the man-made kind is a dense and easily molded form of plastic. Many sculptures are made from resin, and resin can make paint colors vivid.

Coloured pencil

Coloured pencils have a round core of different colored pigment encased in wood or are art sticks made with only solid pigment. The pigment is held together with a binder. Drawing spreads these ingredients on a surface, transferring color in varied widths.

Stone

Stone is a hard material found in the ground which is used for artistic purposes such as carving statues, creating jewelry, and assembling mosaics. Rock hunters and artists often collect interesting stones and rocks to cut, polish and use in their art work.

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