Jean Michel Basquiat: A collection of 135 works (HD)

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    Jean Michel Basquiat: A collection of 135 works (HD)
    Description: "Jean-Michel Basquiat was an American graffiti artist who rose to prominence in the 1980s for being one of the leading lights of the neo expressionist era of the time. His father was employed as an accountant and although he had taught himself to read and write as a child, he did not do as well as he would have liked at school. He dropped out of school and instead studied at a school of alternative education where he learnt art. Although his father had forced him to leave the house after quitting school, he started selling T-shirts in order to take care of his expenses and after a few years he partnered with a friend to create SAMO, a group that painted graffiti in buildings in New York. His work as a graffiti artist got him noticed as an up and coming artist and it was the same work that got him work with a T-shirt company. He even had his own musical band that performed at particular nightclubs but it was as a painter that he made his mark in the 1980s and his work found a lot of buyers due to the high demand of new expressionist art."
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boink +118
boink

Forget about the rules of art, of what you think it should be and what if shouldn't, forget about the artist, who they were and where they came from, just think about what your eyes are seeing and what that makes you feel.

Hace 3 años
Self Made
Self Made

Exactly 💯

Hace un mes
Rudy Chon +1
Rudy Chon

I am seeing a little kids drawing lol

Hace 9 meses
Ahmed Mahmoud +3
Ahmed Mahmoud

@Toxic Dating Coach - Mindful Attraction but not anyone can get the ideas

Hace un año
ben Z +42
ben Z

guy who made this video, you have good music taste, it really helps me immerse myself into this art compilation

Hace 2 años
Jonathan Renda +7
Jonathan Renda

Based on the collection of the drawings in this video I personally feel that Jean’s works were entirely conceptual and highly neurotic, constipated with thinking and so desperately needing a channel. Any surface would have done. He opened the curtain between his mind and the world. I’m more interested in what Jean’s expressions would have looked like if he had meditation and an environment that supports and nurtures such characters. Like a Shamanic setup. Nature, natural food, loving people, and psychedelic healing plant medicines. Interesting. Thanks for sharing ❤️

Hace un año
Nut Case +10
Nut Case

Thank You so much for showing these works of the great Mr. Basquiat. Having a slide show format with all the work in full frame is absolutely the best why to present the work and the music is perfect. Bravo and Thanks again, the man was a genus.

Hace 3 años
Duncan Frere +7
Duncan Frere

If these could be presented in an approximate chronological order, my happiness would not be able to be quantified.

Hace un año
Healthy Finesse +11
Healthy Finesse

The beauty is , he never lost his childhood imaginations like most people do.

Hace un año
Allan Mercer +11
Allan Mercer

What is an artist? In my mind it is someone who creates graphic art from his brain. He does not to fall into a particular style or genre. He chooses to "do his thing" and mostly does it for himself/herself. Art is a form of communication when there is no other way to communicate. Realism is for the camera and abstraction is true creation from the mind. As a viewer you are getting an opportunity to look into a little bit of an artist's brain.

Hace un año
NIZU
NIZU

Thank you for this amazing art collection of JMB. I really enjoyed watching it.

Hace 9 meses
rychard Feynman +9
rychard Feynman

This is beautiful, watching it makes me feel like in a dream

Hace un año
Felipe Netto +1
Felipe Netto

Maravilhoso!

Hace 4 años
Frank Parrish
Frank Parrish

Excellent overview of the master's work!

Hace 5 meses
Pat W. +19
Pat W.

thanks for showing this all his pieces in one spot.

Hace 3 años
Saint Joseph +5
Saint Joseph

Can someone explain to me why his art is so amazing I really want to know why? Me myself I'm not into paintings but his artwork looks like something a child will draw

Hace un año
That Arabic Dude
That Arabic Dude

@Saint Joseph MF DOOM

Hace 2 meses
Brian J. Wood
Brian J. Wood

It's not amazing. It is crap. The emperor wears no clothes.

Hace 5 meses
Carlos Perez +1
Carlos Perez

this is exactly as me wondering why people pay 1200 dollars for balenciaga sneakers, or 550 for a gucci belt, or perhaps those "jordans limited editions" i mean they worth what people ARE WILLING TO PAY FOR, and art is worth or look priceless for someone and garbage for someone else

Hace un año
Noah Di Bettschen +5
Noah Di Bettschen

the answer is in your question;) he draws like a kid. 🖤 that’s the most honest way to express yourself in art. Like a kid. And he did that, but with big messages behind the paintings.

Hace un año
Kidzo900
Kidzo900

Thats art. It is not absolute. It's interpreted by the viewer.

Hace un año
Annie +2
Annie

He understood what was happening, and that is most likely why he had to die. Thank you, Jean-Michel. You did a good job and you were a great artist.

Hace un año
Squirty +1
Squirty

Why do you mean when you say "he had to die"?

Hace 5 meses
Nathaniel Declarador +1
Nathaniel Declarador

The Piano music that is playing as I view Basquiat’s paintings + drawings and sculptures is very fitting for such an Ominous Artist…

Hace 5 meses
Kidzo900 +1
Kidzo900

It's no Fun speaking bout the "R" topic, u know . . . Race. But we must ask why this guy is not ever mentioned when the topic of art is spoken. His work is absolutely brilliant on Par and even beyond many of the names we often hear of in Art.

Hace un año
LIAM Nollnoll
LIAM Nollnoll

Hahaha i really think you live under some rock.. he is always mentioned and his paintings breaks records to this day. He is rightfully talked about in the arts, and may I add in music as well.

Hace un año
V W +5
V W

We're still trying to figure out why a lot of geniuses decide to check out at age 27. Basquiat, Kurt, Jimi, Janis....

Hace 3 años
Kidzo900
Kidzo900

Be a Hero, Die young or Live long enough to see yourself become a Villain.

Hace un año
Larry Seals
Larry Seals

Simple. It's the age they grow to until they realize their worst fears that they are not immortal and are just another (drug addicted) Hack.

Hace un año
Jennif S +1
Jennif S

amy winehouse...

Hace un año
Scott de Lautour +2
Scott de Lautour

27 = 2+7 = 9 = sequence 3- 6- 9 = Divine.

Hace 3 años
V W
V W

Yeah I guess it's a gray area.

Hace 3 años
MeSayThis
MeSayThis

Great video. Thank you very much!

Hace un año
Rico Keaton +3
Rico Keaton

I don't want to say that everyone who dislikes this art is close-minded just because they see art and don't prefer it. that would mean that to be open minded is to like everything, which just isn't true. however, I guess the main points that people argue when trying to degrade this man's work is that he isn't following the standard approach of art-and he isn't even showing that he has the "skills," meaning shade/dimensions/etc, to do so. for example, people like to see art that captures reality so well you question if it is a painting versus photograph. or, sometimes people champion artists who can take an alternative universe within their mind and bring it to life. basquiat doesn't necessarily bring his art into our reality but rather exposes his own unique universe. I believe that there are several of artists that can outsketch basquiat and even make more vivid, real, paintings than basquiat. however, basquiat was original and imo thats what art is. original expression. sure there are artists that can look at a room and capture that sight almost perfectly on a canvas. but I don't see that as original. and sure people can make unique combinations between different objects-like once I seen two bodies playing chess one body had a heart for a head the other a brain for a head. but, I gotta say, basquiat's imagery doesn't lean on these standard skills that we all assume is necessary to be considered a great artist, but rather freely drawn images. the colors are pretty the way he outlines certain parts of bodies/figures with different colors is also pretty. but thats all my opinion, im sure you see it and think its garbage lol.

Hace un año
Tito talks critically about music
Tito talks critically about music

totally agree. I think that people who don't appreciate his stuff are close minded or stupid

Hace 11 meses
mhrobe +1
mhrobe

Splendid work.

Hace 4 años
KLACK Designs +1
KLACK Designs

Thank you for doing this.

Hace un año
bainsy
bainsy

very powerful some is like child drawing but its like these pics haunt you amazing talent from been basically homeless to selling art for $100million teen guinus..i luv the ones he does on bare doors he found true master

Hace 2 años
Sabrina Nascimento +1
Sabrina Nascimento

Awesome paintings.

Hace un año
jnorth1000
jnorth1000

stop lying

Hace un año
Alex Huamani +4
Alex Huamani

Libertad total .imaginación pura.

Hace 3 años
iagusi 25
iagusi 25

Thanks for showing!

Hace un año
Eduardo Lazaga
Eduardo Lazaga

Nice collection👍

Hace 3 años
Rain Eterno' +4
Rain Eterno'

2 of my favorites: Busquait & SecureTeam 10 theme song. Thanks fer' sharing!.🎨👽👌 Long Live SAMO Be-0-tchez'!!!

Hace 3 años
Alejandro Beyghau +13
Alejandro Beyghau

5:03 increíble.

Hace 3 años
Ka The Magician +1
Ka The Magician

Boy in Dog in a Johnny Pump one of my favorites as well probably top 5 had an interesting experience starring at the bottom right of this one on psychedelics lol

Hace un año
ben Z +1
ben Z

lol i watched the whole vid and only screenshoted like 2~3 works and this was one of them, we must have similar taste :D

Hace 2 años
Zack Zallie +1
Zack Zallie

3:44 The Strokes used this as the album cover for The New Abnormal.

Hace un año
Malik Gh +3
Malik Gh

M I the only who things that even a kid can do that kind of (art) ?!

Hace un año
Eskape Scene
Eskape Scene

yes

Hace un año
Петя Ростов
Петя Ростов

If there is a colour it is already an art.

Hace 5 meses
Consrignrant +21
Consrignrant

Never fails to amaze how offended people get from art. You don't like something, fine. You're not going to change anyone's mind. Your "opinions" are worthless. Just shut up and move on. You're just making a fool out of yourself.

Hace 3 años
n - 1113 +3
n - 1113

is it just me who feels like his drawings are moving?

Hace un año
Ka The Magician +1
Ka The Magician

No you get it... I mean feel it

Hace un año
Chad Layman
Chad Layman

You're probably moving your phone

Hace un año
Satoshi Bitcoinsaki
Satoshi Bitcoinsaki

Now I know where Jonathon Meese got his style from.

Hace un año
Act One
Act One

Have a few of his works to poster size through some sort of laser painter copier ? I dont know but its definitely fly..reminds me of 80's graffiti in long branch N.J, let's go

Hace 8 meses
antitesisthrash +2
antitesisthrash

Wow i like the ideal ideal ideal painting

Hace 2 años
Dodie Gears
Dodie Gears

I wish I could look at all of them for days.

Hace 5 meses
Helena rose
Helena rose

Nice 😎😍😍😍

Hace 3 años
Pakunin61
Pakunin61

A mí la obra de este tipo me parece una tomadura de pelo.

Hace 2 años
Toby Newhouse +1
Toby Newhouse

Could you do Pekka Halonen ? Thanks.

Hace 4 años
LearnFromMasters +1
LearnFromMasters

Sure!

Hace 4 años
readbetweenthelines lll
readbetweenthelines lll

Seems like he finished where he started

Hace 9 meses
ShopCrate +2
ShopCrate

My nephew had stuff like this suck to the refrigerator at age 8.

Hace un año
Danny Munoz +4
Danny Munoz

I understand that he has a large group of people who love his work, I understand that his paintings go for millions, but what I don't understand is why.

Hace 3 años
Iliana Marisol Romero
Iliana Marisol Romero

Cuz often the wrong questions is why, but it should be what for, what is the purpose, and I´m sure there are a lot of abstract concepts and symbols if you examine closely. Also, just look at Andy Warhol, painted on top of photographs and was considered a genius and hung out with rich and beatiful people, celebrities. Art is not lineal, it´s full of abstract ideas in color. and I don´t really know much.

Hace 2 meses
Nala nala
Nala nala

@V W you're misquoting Picasso...

Hace 3 años
V W +6
V W

That's the genius. When you look closer and read the words in his paintings to go along with the awesome visuals you'll find he's creating some provocative pieces. Picasso said he painted as a master his whole life in order to draw like a child. Children's drawings are pure. Basquiat is a master painter and draftsman. Watch Radiant Child and Boom For Real documentaries.

Hace 3 años
rocco +2
rocco

Nha maybe because the energy behind his use of color,words and the powerful meanings behind them.You dont see it but every stroke is on the right place like he said .sry for my bad bad english 😢

Hace 3 años
Sabrina Nascimento +2
Sabrina Nascimento

I am a struggling Artist but I don’t like people who come this Channel and. Bash anybody else ‘s Art. They don’t belong here then.

Hace un año
Waysupream +3
Waysupream

I’m not hating I’m just tryna rap my head around why his is so famous?! Looks like my son can draw that stuff I’m sincerely asking what makes the drawing great is it the shades of color? What is it?!? I don’t understand why these pieces are millions of dollars

Hace 2 años
Waysupream
Waysupream

@Ka The Magician i am an artist thats the thing i make music

Hace un año
Ka The Magician
Ka The Magician

Aye yi yi *slams head against the wall furiously* I'll just repost my earlier comment here: I mean unless you're an artist yourself Basquiat is VERY hard to get/connect to and even then it's difficult for some. To understand Basquiat you might have to start with something a little less advanced and trace back to his work. It's like experimental jazz very few people understand what they're listening to without having enjoyed "normal people jazz" first... but I'll highlight some key points. His color IQ is absolutely astounding like most of the greats he's right up there with Monet, and Francis in my opinion as far as color. His gesture is the BEST no one does gesture with such ease and mastery. He somehow makes every line look like he didn't think about it and it just flowed out kind of like a CHILD but there is a ton of perspective and depth in the pieces if you really look (of course again here's where familiarity with drawing and painting help if you were taught to see and draw 1, 2 and 3 point perspective and you've physically created pieces using these eye tricks then all of art opens up a bit more and becomes a treat especially Basquiat, de Kooning, Francis, etc...) the topics in his art are deep especially for the time (Imagine being so good at something that a whole world that's usually complete racist and closed off to your people now is forced to acknowledge you begrudgingly because the work is undeniable. Its probably one of the things I like most about basquiat rich white people hated that they loved him and knew he was the best and he knew it he'd come to the most expensive restaurants looking like a complete bum buy the most expensive shxt pay for rich people laugh and leave). He did not shy away from blackness or what that meant at the time and it's everywhere in his work. I could give you more but I'm ranting now lol. Enjoy

Hace un año
Waysupream
Waysupream

askurboiabtme . LmAo i am an artist a vocal artist not a painter I love basquiat impact but I don’t understand why his art is where it’s at it doesn’t look complex not like Picasso or someone who actually draws very complex pieces

Hace un año
askurboiabtme .
askurboiabtme .

You’re just closed minded try being open and you will understand the art work! This is beautiful to me! Your sons drawing are a form of art!

Hace un año
Jennif S +1
Jennif S

@Waysupream like james joyce, homer, mozart, beethoven, jimi, miles, charlie-bird, dante, goethe, leonardo, raphael, van gogh et al; invent something totally new, but with such an understanding of history and allegory. the layers are there to behold. how can certain people contain so much? they are the great storytellers of history; keeping everything alive in their mind and soul at once. they tell the story of humanity by heart, and they know that there are not many who do this holding of the world. they are called the 36. the Tzaddikim. the blessed ones of the crown tasked with keeping the world together.

Hace un año
tiote 2020 +1
tiote 2020

I'm here for ellen DeGeneres art in her house and the conspiracy behind it

Hace un año
Alan Silvestri
Alan Silvestri

Great collection! You guys and secureteam use the same music/theme....

Hace 3 años
Black Rebel Radio®️
Black Rebel Radio®️

122 million. First piece alive.

Hace 4 meses
Omega742000 +8
Omega742000

Reading comments of people who are One dimensional in Art and its Hilarious 😂😂😂

Hace 3 años
nerve
nerve

Yep and it gives the audience a chance to engage in every artwork he made,deciphering each quotes,statements and connect it to something inside the piece and that gaves the meaning of Jean Michel Basquiat art.

Hace 2 años
THS +2
THS

Finally, someone who understands. People identify art according to certain rules/standards. Art is art, it has no rules, it has flexible characteristics, no limits. I guess it's also fear of change that makes people so ignorant. People who haven't realized that change is a necessary part of growth/evolution. Basqi's art was supposed to be the next level of art, evolution. I might be a exaggerating a bit, but I truly believe that his art, given a chance, was going to contribute something new into the world of art.

Hace 3 años
Rafael Santos +2
Rafael Santos

THANK U THANK U THANK U....

Hace 2 años
beatrice m
beatrice m

I think he was tryna convey a message which only a few wld understand.

Hace 6 meses
Dolf +2
Dolf

@lobsterbobale At least have the decency and common sense to respect his art and mind.

Hace 3 años
Bare Feet Grounded
Bare Feet Grounded

yeeeeeeeee Universe- From 1. Amen All BY MYself- BlessUp-

Hace un año
QkyRizky
QkyRizky

Abis dari VINDEST langsung OTW kemari😎😎

Hace un año
Chris Cameron 93 +1
Chris Cameron 93

Dark & sinister.)

Hace 3 años
Daniel GS +3
Daniel GS

I enjoy the big heads and faces of his African characters, rough, rude, almost deformed. Irritated gums, deformed teeth.

Hace 4 años
anw tix
anw tix

3:45 The new abnormal

Hace 2 años
Marlon G
Marlon G

6:18 MASONIC LODGE NO. 43 GREAT ARTIST OR CURATED BY A FELLOW??? QUESTIONS, QUESTIONS

Hace un año
Marlon G
Marlon G

6:24 "FKGD" ???

Hace un año
15seconds
15seconds

화질 너무 안좋아 ㅋㅋㅋ

Hace 4 años
X A N A D U
X A N A D U

Mantep nih muridnya Alip jon

Hace 8 meses
Peaceout
Peaceout

Kebalik anj wkwkw

Hace 4 meses
Lite–Wing Gift
Lite–Wing Gift

Better than Dali

Hace 4 días
Uri Bowden
Uri Bowden

Another brother uncovered $110MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

Hace 4 meses
illustrator Emre +2
illustrator Emre

More more

Hace 4 años
Toxic Dating Coach - Mindful Attraction +4
Toxic Dating Coach - Mindful Attraction

i don't buy it. This is good visual stuff but it's not the greatest thing in the world

Hace 2 años
Margo Vaughn
Margo Vaughn

You have to understand he was channeling his experiences thru himself and on to the paper. You have to read them in context. He was living in the 80's in New York city. He explored topics such as rasicism and death to the corporate world and injustice. He filtered his emotions and feelings from what he saw on the streets. He saw the irony that only rich people could afford art. Don't try to read them in the context of the way the world is now. Even his color choices were a reflection of that time period. If you lived thru that time period and followed him back then it would make more sense.

Hace 7 meses
Polar Bear +1
Polar Bear

@KOCC basquiat was very poor... And yet he was expressing himself through his unique art

Hace un año
Sentry +4
Sentry

It may not be the greatest art in the world, by academic standards, but it certainly is some of the most original visual expressions in the world. Basquiat created a very unique visual language that can't be confused with any other artist. That's the greatest challenge all artists face. How to create an original visual vocabulary and language that separates you from other artists while at the same time being attractive to the art viewing audience. There are thousands of highly skilled artistic technicians in the world. But very few original artists. Even here on YouTube there are hundreds of artists that can draw and paint according to academic standards better than Basquiat. But how many have developed there own visual language and vocabulary like Jean Michel? Not many.

Hace 2 años
KOCC
KOCC

This is why only rich people buy art. Poor people have other priorities.

Hace 2 años
Chris Cameron 93
Chris Cameron 93

Used & abused 🤖

Hace 3 años
Yury Akseenov +1
Yury Akseenov

#collectiveantiques eat the rich

Hace un año
Psyche
Psyche

The majority of comments simply prove people are imbeciles and will believe anything or make up their own stories about other idiots pretending to be artists.

Hace 5 meses
Bernadette Strubing +3
Bernadette Strubing

Simple minded fools are the ones youll see making comments and not having a clue of what art is. They think practical and do not seee beyond the basics. They lack the ability to decipher code or understand a message transmitted in different frequencies. When they see childish scribbles I see amazing use of unexpected and raw talent to convey visual language in such a way it stumps those with no real sense of what art is. They have never seen the works of Kusama and Dali and Picasso and many others whom transmit and express themselves in a different yet unsettling way. Art is limitless and art is simply art..................I love his potrait of him and Andy together, it gave me the sense of how Andy truly felt at the time and how Basquiat saw that as well and within the day he painted that moment and truly encompassed it forever.

Hace 2 años
Black Rebel Radio®️
Black Rebel Radio®️

You can't find him

Hace 4 meses
Coconut soursop +2
Coconut soursop

Why is this considered art...i just dont get it......

Hace 2 años
Sentry +1
Sentry

The way to get it is to spend time looking at art. Visiting galleries and museums and standing in front of original works of art will over time educate you on why the art world holds different artists in high regard. You'll find that originality is key. Great artist develop there own visual language that can't be confused with other artists. That's why they stand out and are celebrated.

Hace 2 años
comfortable bloodshed +2
comfortable bloodshed

@Bernadette Strubing the homie aint uninformed art changes for everyone, calling him simple minded doesn't help anyone

Hace 2 años
Jerry Sta Ana
Jerry Sta Ana

Vandalism

Hace 5 meses
Murilo Monteiro +1
Murilo Monteiro

ruim demais!!!!

Hace un año
itisjakob IG
itisjakob IG

Wtf 12:45

Hace 2 años
Black Rebel Radio®️
Black Rebel Radio®️

134 million. ¥slive *

Hace 4 meses
A S
A S

aha

Hace 4 años
GM 99
GM 99

Except for a couple of images i dont really like looking at any of this.

Hace 28 días
Dean Machine +3
Dean Machine

A lot of it looked like an 8 year old's work.

Hace 4 años
jejfcjsksk sw
jejfcjsksk sw

And it's worth atleast 1 million$ each today

Hace 2 años
Consrignrant +1
Consrignrant

+Dean Machine........Yes, to an eight year old.

Hace 3 años
Steezy Mane +1
Steezy Mane

The best times of are life when we actually lived life instead of chase after shit your suppose to as an adult

Hace 3 años
Nut Case
Nut Case

Is that an insult or a compliment?

Hace 3 años
Black Rebel Radio®️
Black Rebel Radio®️

Hello.

Hace 4 meses
Specifero X +1
Specifero X

Do not know if worst music or pictures bleah

Hace 2 años
aries arianto
aries arianto

Alipjon ??

Hace un año
Peaceout
Peaceout

Justru Alipjon yg ngikut Basquiat

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