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New York's '80s art scene has come to Milan with a show dedicated to the late Haitian-American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. From his childlike skull-and-crown paintings to his poetic and enigmatic anatomical depictions, the Museum of Culture in the north Italian city is holding a retrospective exhibition of the art prodigy's work.Some 140 paintings, drawings and ceramics await visitors, from street art to the youngster's collaboration with pop art master Andy Warhol, whom he met and formed a close relationship with in 1980 .Basquiat broke off the collaboration but appeared to suffer from his decision.According to Artprice, between January 2000 and October 2016 the value of works of Basquiat rose a whopping 506 percent."Jean-Michel Basquiat" is up at Milan's Mudec – Museum of Cultures through Feb. 26, 2017 .
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