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Andy Warhol & Jean-Michel Basquiat - SoHo. NYC. 1985 - Grand Slam Edition - Yankees Variant
By Ricky PowellPart of Lazy Hustling Grand Slams  RUN # 02376e
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Andy Warhol & Jean-Michel Basquiat - SoHo. NYC. 1985 - Grand Slam Edition - Yankees Variant
Leni & John Sinclair Kick Out The Jams Motherfucker!

On October 30th and 31st of 1968, Detroit's MC5 recorded what would become their debut album "Kick Out the Jams" at The Grande Ballroom. The live album would capture Rob Tyner, Wayne Kramer, Fred "Sonic" Smith, Dennis "Machine Gun" Thompson and Mike Davis at their primal best, in front of a rabid hometown crowd at Russ Gibb's San Francisco-style ballroom. Playing alongside the second wave of British invasion bands like Led Zeppelin, Cream and The Who, word spread that the Grande's house band wouldn't let anyone come to Detroit and show them up. For touring bands it was "Kick Out The Jams MOTHERFUCKER!" or get off the fucking stage. Friendly competition. Call it what you want to call it. The MC5 essentially created protopunk as they blended blues, garage and psychedelic, bearers of the rock and roll torch, with performances, a live presentation and attitude that made each show a one of a kind experience for concert goers. With "Kick Out The Jams" the band found themselves with a national voice and an image of themselves revolutionaries in post-riot Detroit as the 1960s seethed with racial, economic and military tensions.

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Edition Size: 100
SIZE7 x 5 Inches
TYPEDouble-Sided Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Ricky Powell and 1xRUN.
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RUN INFORMATION
SHIPPING INFO
44 AVAILABLE
Edition Size: 100
SIZE7 x 5 Inches
TYPEDouble-Sided Archival Pigment Print on 290gsm Moab Fine Art Paper
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Ricky Powell and 1xRUN.
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
RETURNSCan you return items?
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ABOUT THIS ART
The framing option for this RUN includes float-mounting in a 7/8 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.

“This photo was shot in fall of 1985 around 6pm in New York City on Mercer between Houston & Prince at the opening for Jean-Michel Basquait & Andy Warhol’s show at Tony Shafrazi Gallery. I was taking some photos of Zephyr & Revolt, and that was a huge thrill for me, because they were like Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid. They were really cool together, but I saw Basquait & Warhol coming diagonally across the street on Houston street towards the gallery so I skedaddled across the street & I shrugged my shoulders & said “You guys mind if i get a flick? please?” Then Basquait looked at Warhol & said “Yea he’s cool.” So they stopped & posed for me. I said thanks & they went back into this big crowd that was waiting for them.

So this was the jump off for me. I went back to Zephyr & Revolt and I said “Shit! That’s going to be a good one boy.” In essence, I think it was meant to be, for me to do what I did, and to continue to do what I do. I shot two dynamic duos in a minute there. I just had a natural knack for it. This picture has turned out to be a very classic and iconic image to say the least. After this photo I made the proclamation that I was going to take pictures until the day I die. I figure that all I have to do is step out my door and the images are infinite. The possibilities are infinite, it can never run out.” - Ricky Powell
ABOUT THE ARTIST

Born and raised in New York City, Ricky Powell is a legendary photographer who specializes in the environmental portrait. He graduated with an AA in Liberal Arts from LaGuardia Community College and a B.S. in Physical Education from Hunter College. Though Powell initially rose to fame because of his relationship with the Beastie Boys, he is well-known for his intimate photographs that have been featured in The New York Times, The New York Post, The Daily News, The Village Voice, TIME, Newsweek, VIBE, The Source, Rolling Stone, and more.

Born in 1961, Powell’s photographs focus on the organic New Yorker. His photographs simultaneously convey intimacy and detachment, as they provide a unique lens through which the viewer can analyze the mundane. Powell considers the relationship between the photographer and the photograph to be “a chemical connection of some sort”. The connection between Powell and his camera is only further stimulated by Greenwich Village, where he currently resides. As the intrinsic qualities of the photograph have changed since Powell began capturing his moments, so have the subjects; he is now more likely to “photograph strangers in his Greenwich Village neighborhood than multi-platinum hip-hop acts and Downtown art stars.”

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