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An art studio with four framed artworks displayed on the walls and five on the floor. An image with a man wearing a striped shirt writing on a cardboard is projected onto the wall on the right. A ladder, art supplies and several opened books are laying across the studio floor. In the center of the photo is a large canvas with an orange background and “FREE QUICK CASH SHOE BUSINESS” and “RUSH” written on a patch of red paint at the bottom right corner.

‘Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure’ exhibit offers unseen artistry

Visit the Starrett-Lehigh Building to admire more than 200 previously unseen Basquiat artworks. The exhibit is open through Jan. 1.
Kate Serrano, Staff Writer Nov 1, 2022

Jean-Michel Basquiat was a neo-expressionist artist who used striking colors and painted abstract scenes to comment on racism. Working in New York City in the '80s, Basquiat revolutionized...

A collage of environmental portraits of studio artists. From camera left to right: undergraduate student Ella Zona in her studio, graduate student Lizzy Chemel in her studio, and Professor Anthony Graves in his home studio.

The Application of Self: Accounts From Steinhardt’s Studio Art Department

Three different artistic journeys, each demonstrating how the idea of self-expressionism in art is executed and should be challenged.
Kate Serrano, Contributing Writer Sep 25, 2022