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"keith haring" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

03:25 min | 2 months ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"No inlets. it's supposed to well sure if it's supposed to. But what kind of world is that. You know he waves his arms about crazy way. He does case they wanted to do something. Like that. type. Been corrected for sure But they make these balloons. It's not just one big balloon. It's a bunch of different chambers. And they do this for a few reasons. One is because one like. Let's say you do want that arm. Let's say it's It's the where's the beef lady high. Fiving somebody you're gonna want that arm higher than the head in that case so more. Helium less air And also if where's the beef lady which never existed The balloon that is like. Let's say her leg popped or something. The whole thing wouldn't go down they'd be able to still float her yes And that's the other reason to have it in chamber suplicy. I believe it's easier to make in different parts different components that you end up putting together too so where do this though they have what's called. It's one of the most magical places on planet from what i can tell from videos. I've seen macy's parade studio and they used to have an tootsie roll factory in hoboken which is a pretty new jersey sense And then they moved to a different part of a jersey maneki. Easy not to be confused with one of our former favourite words on the and they went from sixteen thousand square feet and the factory to seventy two thousand square feet in forty four foot high ceilings so now they can like build these balloons and test them indoors in their enormous magical parade studio. Yeah and here's a another cool little fun fact Up until the eighties. They would repurpose the balloon. Sometimes which i think is pretty cool and efficient. yeah The smile balloon this little smiley face from nineteen seventy-two just one year as smiley guy Was actually made from elsie. The cow which was bordon's mascot after that re purposed into a hot air balloon for old alvin and the chipmunks and their float. I love that fact to pretty neat. They have they have something kind of newer. I think it started in two thousand five. Maybe it's called the blue sky gallery whether like how about you. Famous artists submit some designs for a balloon that you would make. And so there's like a yoi crew somma balloon. Um there's a cause balloon to customer commie balloon but then the the balloon of balloons. And i'm not sure how many times it's flown but it's first flying first flight was in two thousand and eight is keith haring balloon so you know. Like his little kinetic figures of course. It's one of those. A black and white Kinetic figuring he's holding a red heart over his head. So i guess in that case you would want the arm above the head right And it turns out that apparently keith haring had for a very long time wanted to designed balloons for the macy's thanksgiving day parade but died before he got a chance to yeah. He died of complications from aids in nineteen ninety. And i think this is a lovely tribute. you know in two thousand eight on the fiftieth anniversary of his birth to do this. I think I think that was really really neat. And it was wrangled by his family his father and his siblings which is really really beautiful. Yeah keep Keep an eye out for the keith. Haring balloon because it makes another appearance later in this episode..

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"keith haring" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"keith haring" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Street culture artist Keith Haring sold at auction today for three point two million dollars Lisa de Simone of Bonhams auction house says hearing who died in nineteen ninety painted the mural for free in the early eighties when he was already an international star Keith was invited to go up there and paint a mural for the kids and he did that and I don't think we should take for granted the fact that when he did that he was already quite famous so that was a war and immensely generous thing to have done decades later the church that house the mural decided to auction it off that is CBS correspondent Laura put desta this has not been a good year for farmers in the Midwest many are still harvesting corn is used for livestock feed and bio fuels and won the says they'll still be added after thanksgiving specially in northern Illinois much of the corn that did get planted this year was planted late so there's a late harvest and it's been interrupted by ray rain and cold and snow and a shortage of liquid petroleum used to dry the corn for storage Rodney wind zero as a farmer and the executive director of the Illinois corn growers association we had around twenty five to twenty eight percent of the corn yet to be harvested that's around five hundred and thirty million bushels of corn that's a lot of rain yet that needs to be harvested and stored twenty nineteen he says is a year that keeps on giving all however the cards are dealt that's how you play the game the all the added your for farmers as well there's always next year why zero says some are already behind for next year because the late harvest is preventing field work that needs to be done ahead of spring my Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM WBBM news time ten fifty two.

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"keith haring" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"You willing. You know, there was also confrontation with other writers like you go into a tunnel. And you'd have to make sure that you don't get jumped by rival graffiti gang. You gotta make sure that you don't get chased by dogs. You gotta make sure that you don't get electrocuted. All of these things. Like did. I wanted nothing to do with all I wanted was the painting part of it. So the minute had an opportunity to transition. I'm gone. What made you decide to apply to the school of visual arts? Well, I just wanted to learn at a perfect my craft. And the thing about me is like I have always. Been an artist my whole life. I've never wanted to do anything else. And so everything was about. How do you get better? How did you learn how to do this? How do you take? What you you've learned. And and move it forward and strangely enough. My son is born in nineteen eighty four and I'm sort of immediately at that point transitioning out of graffiti because now I really have to get serious. I have to earn a living and no school just wasn't fa- me at that point. I had a lot of friends that rebels and anything that had to do with this sort of systematic way of living with something that we weren't interested in. And so everything was about doing it. My way of the highway. You at that point or shortly thereafter, met Joyce Tobin. She is the person you mentioned before who recruited you to do the bar, mitzvah swag. You said she changed your life. Sure is way, you know. I'm eighteen nineteen and this is the early eighties. And she showed me love and attention that no other adult had done up to that point. Except my parents a sawn ad in the paper for her graffiti gallery, and you know, my my head all but exploded this woman holding a canvas of graffiti in the newspaper, and I was like I want in whatever I have to do. And I already had all these paintings that I made in my bedroom. So I literally took them wrap them up in garbage bags hopped on the subway went down to the west village to this gallery. No -pointment just. You know, knock on the door here. I am. And the first thing I thought of was you know, I wanna be a part of this. But I didn't really understand what it was. I just knew she was vehicle to help me get to where I was going. And the first thing she says to me is are these pieces for sale and that didn't even register in my head like oh right sale money. And so I immediately said, yes. And because I think I was one of the more approachable people that she had dealt with up to that point. She immediately signed me to the gallery and was representing me right after that day, maybe even that very same day and my career started right there up into that point. I was painting storefront gates and doing car washes and little things like that. And making know a couple of bucks here or there, you know, and. I'm splitting that with. You know, whoever else is in my little crew or team and it was small time compared to having somebody represent me at a gallery. At this point, you become friends with Sean Michelle bus Kiat and Keith haring. And you've said this about the experience in the eighties. These were simply.

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"keith haring" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

Monocle 24: The Curator

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Curator

"Well, anyone who is still here was some kind of low-life, and who cares and all the wealthy people and moved out to the suburbs. So in the seventies on new years eve, all of the stores would board up their facades with plywood because they were frayed of people riding and breaking into their stores while there were large crowds. If you when you got to the edge of the crowds, he would get mugged, and rob they were thugs. Pickpocketing the drunks. It was large crowds of drunk people, and they were already the police would coordinate off. So you couldn't enter Times Square after about nine PM yet already be there. So they're already huge crowds. But like the first year that I did this artists series on the spectacle billboard where I invited my young friends like Jenny Holzer and Keith haring and David Hammonds to do art projects I propose to my boss that we run them. All right at midnight on New Year's Eve, and he said shirt because nobody was paying for ads after twelve which is seems so crazy now 'cause you had, you know, not just the huge audience in Times Square, but you had a huge audience on TV. I don't know if they showed them if they videotape them for TV, probably not. But anyway, now, it would cost you millions of dollars to buy that one. One minute after midnight slot. But just no one had thought to commercialize it yet. Now when you go to New Year's Eve, which I did when I did a big mosaic project for the subway in Times Square station and the subject was New Year's Eve revellers. So I thought oh, I haven't been to New Year's Eve in Times Square in Weil at me go, and it's so crowd controlled now by police, they put you in these little pens. They divide up the whole of Times Square into the Warren of little police barricades. So wherever you are you're in a little pen with one hundred other people, and you cannot move out of your section into another section. So people can't stampede and riot. But it also means you can't get out. If you go there, you have to be there for four hours, and you can't p it's really terrible. But then all the shops are open for all these millions of tourists because. It's well police now so the shops aren't afraid so you're not very likely to get robbed anymore safer. But it's extremely controlled you feel like cattle, Jane Dickson. They're speaking to you, tone and Augustine much Larry lesson. These Monica weekly head to Monaco dot com. Subscribe on I tunes and Spotify for the food show. That's what we got right almost. We have time on the curator before we have some music to close. Let's thank our producer salmon pay and my I think my co presented Ladoga Checa. Thank you, very much and thanks to you. It's a pleasure to on at the same time next week from all the very best from the last seven days, but we do have a track our sleeves the play us out. Yes. From the sessions Midori house owned you like Otis very much. Well, some of them stopped by to play tracks from their latest album and here they are with running. Expression new notional pain. I can invert struggle and keep themselves saying. Hourani brother in renting, then we run out at trag on the glory Chang. <music>? Will run you run George in. We will be better than get. God I am on. We were getting. Dear brothers will you're so lorD' shepherd Lula. She Bevere now. Run. Run in tex-. We will be. To get to. You drunk on linkage in lower day your daddy died drink. You gave a beer she's still here. Terrified with the brother now here. Go running running. We. We'll be better and. Newton. Cured. To let you go when we drive in drunk Mexico. I walked. News still in you blue. Run. Running californian. We. We'll be better than me. Win took the trolley to. Your heart. Started thumping in your vision dark when you let me and your knees place. I burned down your house now. Mm. One day run with you run on known. Will be that. Again. I heard Lewis. Voice on back up given the choice. Nealer hanging acco lapsed on the floor newer bowl out. I mean, hanging or. One day run view run on known. We will be better together. Together, we do.

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"keith haring" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"I thought they must have been I think they're being very small shows previously, but nothing too substantial but herring is is getting. A little bit of a moment. I've just been up both the Miami Beach. There were loads of works by him on show. With Levy gory who were showing a huge ninety eight triangular painting called silence equals death, which deals with the aids crisis. That was on sale eight point five million dollars so selling the market is catching up with him as well. I mean, the Taylor pool show will help both commercially and critically. But I was surprised that this was the first big UK show. I think on the back of bascay Jami shell basket. We're looking for the next big street artist. Yeah. It's an interesting. Yeah. Kind of sort of and he was I remember interviewing the rebels who the early collective him in befriends with him in New York in the kind of eighties and stuff. And he he was kind of definitely an artist that was seemed to be formed by consensus of collectors, or can you give us a little background on Keith haring? Well, let's suppose I mean, the key thing he was he was working on the New York subway that was the thing. So the streets were his candy search, I don't expend particularly to source key works pups. That's why collectors just catching up now. But the Liverpool show does mean they hope to reassess him such I think the curator Darrin piece that his ubiquitous in the popular imagination. But we aim to show a more nuance nuanced and complex side. And they've got some great things. They're going to be showing a black light installation nineteen eighty-two which comprises a series of fluorescent works under UV light to the hip, hop accompaniment this kind of thing, but they don't I don't think they're gonna shine away as well. From the more racy subjects. I mean, he he explored the aids epidemic the the nineteen eighties nuclear disarmament, the crack cocaine crisis in Gulf New York. So his crack is wack commu role, which is on show at Harlem river drive that's going to be explored in the show. So I think they're going to look at the social political commitment of herring a wider reassessment of the work as you go. Garth collected. Maybe just catching up to Keith haring because I suppose as with any street artists, lots of the stuff is not existing. It's being pulled off a wall, or whatever, do you think collectors and galleries have kind of finally found of the banks of the basket in a way have found the way to market these things and sell them in that she showed them in a museum space suppose, as you've just said, it's very difficult to replicate a street mural graffiti on the subway, so I think now people are digging out there hiring works from you know, the basement of such they're going to take advantage of the market high. It was no split Miami. That he's now in demand or search? So, but yeah, it's it's difficult. Isn't it with Streeter? How'd you market it? How do you buy it? How'd you as a connoisseur? How'd you approach? I'm not sure really what does it mean? When it's not when it's no longer in the place. It was it was intended to be as well. I mean, people are prepared to pay big bucks because the name is so popular at the moment. Taylor pool is just going to boost him and also. Aways thing it's Keith haring at Tate Liverpool. That's from the fourteenth to the tenth of November. I'm sure say that the Bill viola and MichelAngelo's show at the Royal Academy is from the twenty sixth of January thirty first of March just a couple of seconds to mention all the remembrance at the hikes museum in Amsterdam. Yeah, I think I'll put my codes on the table say Rembrandt is my favorite artist. Who say this seems like the best the best exhibition ever this?.

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"keith haring" Discussed on Sidedoor

Sidedoor

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Sidedoor

"Club. Fifty seven was Frank and his friends way of saying, you're so art galleries don't want us fine will make our own gallery down here in this church basement club, fifty seven gave Frank and his friends the creative freedom they needed. There were no limits. There was no consequence. We were bad boys, and we were getting famous for for a couple of years. There was no hierarchy. And there was no nobody was doing it for money. We were doing that. Because we was like kids playing in the basement. So try to imagine that Frank was enjoying life doing what he loved. None of his friends were making money from their art, but life was cheap. They were running around the east village between nineteen seventy seven and nineteen eighty at a time when it wasn't glamorous. But then all of a sudden the world showed up our generation never really had done. There was an X generation. There were the ponts. We weren't the punks we weren't hippies. You know, we were looking for an identity, and who knew that we would be the density up that time than the outside. World comes on something hot goes on. And everybody's whoa. We want a piece of it. And fortunately for Frank. It was Keith haring. They were after if you don't know who Keith haring is he's a big deal in eighties art circles and his work is still really popular today. Here's oral historian Ted Kerr, again, he's probably best known for the colorful and strong line drawings that he did most often people would see it now on clothing or as tattoos. Herrings work is probably still familiar to most people today, and it's just a little more. Cheerful than Frank's black mirror. Just imagine like a circle for a head and block for a body and rectangles for an arm, and then movement lines to suggest that dancing is happening like boxy, stick figures gyrating to an invisible beat and think about primary yellow and primary red and primary blue and green and put all of that in a nineteen eighties kind of like city landscape. And then you have some sense of who Keith haring. Was you know, I just knew that he was a genius. And I knew that he had hit it. And I. I used to be in the star. I was the pretty one. You know, it was like it was kind of a shocking thing of like, oh my God. Fring? You are not the star of the show. There were some musical acts who performed at club fifty seven like Madonna, Cyndi Lauper and rupaul all of these people pass through Frank's world and got famous he felt left out. But as nineteen eighty turned into nineteen Eighty-one something else started to happen. Something much bigger than the fame lifting. Frank holidays, friends out of his orbit. It was the HIV aids epidemic..

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"keith haring" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Three point seven fm and seven fifty am kfqd buying photograph of a child appeared looming over the us mexico border near san diego last fall art aficionados knew right away it was the work of an artist who calls himself jr you may have never heard of jr but his giant photographs have appeared in some hundred and forty countries sometimes fancy art galleries but more often than not pasted illegally on sidewalks and subways buildings and rooftops plenty of famous artists like basquiat and keith haring started out scrawling their work on the streets often in the dead of night but as we first reported in february few have continually displayed their art in public spaces on the scale of jr this is the photograph that popped up in september along the us mexico border sixty four foot tall picture of a mexican child named keke to who lives just on the other side of the fence built on scaffolding on mexican soil there was nothing us border patrol agents could do about it it was classic jr a person's picture pasted in a public place that made everyone stop and stare jr has been doing this kind of thing all over the world for the past fourteen years he put the faces of kenyans on rooftops in a nairobi slum in cuba were oversized images of castro and chair or the norm jr put up enormous pictures of everyday people on new york's sidewalks and istanbul buildings in tunisia during the arab spring and alluded police station jr his pasted his pictures often without permission and at risk of being arrested i've had a far east in the nineteen we met up with jay or in a suburb of paris in front of a giant mural he'd made out of photographs of more than seven hundred local residents with them in fact we don't know his real name and that's just how jr wants it in public he never takes off his glasses or hats there's a practical reason for it a little mystery also builds mystique in the world of art that the large but we do know is that jr is thirty five years old and was born in france the child of.

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"keith haring" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"When a giant photograph of child appeared looming over the us mexico border near san diego last fall art aficionados knew right away it was the work of an artist who calls himself jr you may have never heard of jr but his giant photographs have appeared in some hundred and forty countries sometimes in fancy art galleries but more often than not he's still illegally on sidewalks and subways buildings and rooftops plenty of famous artists like basquiat and keith haring started out scrolling their work on the streets often in the dead of night but as we first reported in february few have continually displayed their art in public spaces on the scale of jr this is the photograph that popped up in september along the us mexico border sixty four foot tall picture of a mexican child named keke to who lives just on the other side of the fence built on scaffolding on mexican soil there was nothing us border patrol agents could do about it it was classic jr a person's picture pasted in a public place that made everyone stop and stare jr has been doing this kind of thing all over the world for the past fourteen years he put the faces of kenyans on rooftops in nairobi slum in cuba were oversize images of castro and chair or the norm jr put up enormous pictures of everyday people a new york sidewalks and istanbul buildings in tunisia during the arab spring and alluded police station jr his pasted his pictures often without permission and at risk of being arrested in the nineteen we met up with jr in a suburb of paris in front of a giant mural he'd made out of photographs of more than seven hundred local residents you don't know his real name and that's just how jr wants it in public he never takes off his glasses or hats there's a practical reason for it but a little mystery also builds mystique in the world of art that the lord but we do know is that jr is thirty five years old and was born in france the child of.

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"keith haring" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Five dan ryan nineteen minutes inbound fifteen minutes outbound when a giant photograph of a child appeared looming over the us mexico border near san diego last fall art aficionados knew right away it was the work of an artist who calls himself jr you may have never heard of jr but his giant photographs have appeared in some hundred and forty countries sometimes in fancy art galleries but more often than not pasted illegally on sidewalks and subways buildings and rooftops plenty of famous artists like basquiat and keith haring started out scrawling their work on the streets often in the dead of night but as we first reported in february few have continually displayed their art in public spaces on the scale jr this is the photograph that popped up in september along the us mexico border sixty four foot tall picture of a mexican child named keke to lives just on the other side of the fence built on scaffolding on mexican soil there was nothing us border patrol agents could do about it it was classic jr a person's picture pasted in a public place that made everyone stop and stare jr has been doing this kind of thing all over the world for the past fourteen years he put the faces of kenyans on rooftops in nairobi slum in cuba were oversize images of castro and che or the norm jr put up enormous pictures of everyday people on new york sidewalks and istanbul buildings in tunisia during the arab spring and alluded police station jr his pasted his pictures often without permission and at risk of being arrested in the ninety we met up with jr in a suburb of paris in front of a giant mural he'd made out of photographs of more than seven hundred local residents we don't know his real name and that's just how jr wants it in public he never takes off his glasses or hats there's a practical reason for it a little mystery also builds mystique in the world of art that the lord but we do know is that jr is thirty five years old and was born in france the child of.

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"keith haring" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Terms and conditions on check out our all new website w j newsradio dot com when a giant photograph of a child appeared looming over the us mexico border near san diego last fall art aficionados knew right away it was the work of an artist who calls himself jr you may have never heard of jr but his giant photographs have appeared in some hundred and forty countries sometimes in fancy art galleries but more often than not pasted illegally on sidewalks and subways buildings rooftops plenty of famous artists like basquiat keith haring started out scrawling their work on the streets often in the dead of night but as we first reported in february few have continually displayed their art in public spaces on the scale of jr this is the photograph that popped up in september along the us mexico border sixty four foot tall picture of a mexican child named keke to who lives just on the other side of the fence built on scaffolding on mexican soil there was nothing us border patrol agents could do about it it was classic jr a person's picture pasted in a public place that made everyone stop and stare jr has been doing this kind of thing all over the world for the past fourteen years he put the faces of kenyans on rooftops in a nairobi slum in cuba were oversized images of castro and chair or the norm jr put up enormous pictures of everyday people on new york sidewalks and istanbul buildings in tunisia during the arab spring and alluded police station jr his pasted his pictures often without permission and at risk of being arrested in the nineteen we met up with jr in a suburb of paris in front of a giant mural he'd made out of photographs of more than seven hundred local residents for that high we don't know his real name and that's just how jr wants it in public never takes off his glasses or hats there's a practical reason for it but a little mystery also builds mystique in the world of art that the lord but we do know is that jr is thirty five years old and was born in france the child of.

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"keith haring" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Stowe ho grand and to be a host in the morning at seven am and i would take blue red and yellow smeared across the blank subway ad that was that you know back in the day keith haring was doing his chalk drawings on and i did this and then i would be in work from like seven to like three o'clock and i was like when i get out of work i want to take the train and i wanna see if someone's added to it i wanna see if someone's like taking a photo of it i wanna see the spill there and like if i wasn't doing that then i wouldn't have gotten to a gallery and then once you get into the gallery be like oh this is how people like loud and praise art it's on a wall it's got a price tag it's all this it brought me into that field and i never like say like i'm a street artist or a or graffiti artist or i'm just a you know a creator you know i'm i'm just making things you have a point of view and it's all about that so you you have a point of view and you have bike the great thing for any artist out there in any genre if you're if music acting whatever it is you've need to pick a lane and own the lane we talk about this sort of all time and what gregory is done is he said i'm going to own this type of art and so when you see a piece it's funny we were at sunset tower the other night in l a and someone said i was just in the bathroom that's gregory's work because it's it's sieff like it's not your work but it sieff like and that's the biggest compliment things start to look like what you've done and now the challenge for gregory as he's sort of growing to the top of what he's doing is what comes now it's funny because what comes now is the exact question i was gonna ask 'cause music you adapt or die right you change is more of these divorces state mix.

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"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Oh no this is all right we're waiting for anthony's mother get standdown she can sit down it's not mother's day long told keith haring a lot of his art would appear on pbs i think during sesame street and around sesame street that's where i saw a lot of his people characters and they also use those for remember those christmas compilation albums like jon bon jovi reduce run dmc none of that was that wasn't basket none keith haring yeah yeah they talk about keith haring are here's the thing that's kind of my problem with documentary for they would talk about like the life in new york in the late seventies and early eighties for like twenty minutes and they'd have all these great artists and these people that were friends with basquiat and they would describing like you know what it was like to be in the club scene in new york and you'll see the talking heads and and see like blondie and stuff and then the next twenty minutes would be like and by the way basquiat was there too and this is what he would do like it was all presented really kind of just in patches next to each other yeah and jim jarmusch is your favorite director of dead man i fucking hate that jim jarmusch i love jarver's jim jarmusch was interviewed in it and he was kind of the only film like the only big presence he was the biggest name in the documentary speaking about basquiat and.

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"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Didn't like it you know they had no germans in it that like the germans in the sky boming and he was like yeah but you know normally this jim is on the ground and basically what he was saying was it wasn't the kind of woman v that i like say oh it was it was very strange but he talked at us for an hour and sorry to anthony's mom don't apologize air she had a good time she just woken fun he didn't it was it was it was a fine conversation flowing better than it usually does we neither of us talked about homelands that's good right oh can i ask you know we're reviewing the film did you watch westwood last night i did i loved it it was good people were saying these are some quotes from twitter some of the best television ever seen in my life what your husband saying he thought it was okay he's not liked it at all and that last night it was like okay those interesting spoiler alert given that was that was time that you could pause this for a second like at harris's going to have a heart now right yeah i kind of liked it is yeah but this is the first time in the new season that i started to go boom mind blown because it's now becoming science fiction yeah it's not a spoiler to say that it's understanding what the whole point of the park was four and it's about immortality which is ultimately regaining whatever yeah now here's the fucking segue you've ever heard of consec way no play john michelle basquiat in the nineties movie where david bowie was andy warhol jeffrey wright of westworld seriously yeah wow so back to back basquiat is a documentary about his early years growing up and actually actually there's not a ton about it on because it's all real people i was gonna say i knew keith haring growing up because a lot of art appeared on a lot of oh going to say do you need me to pose the show because you're.

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"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"And so she had always loved his artwork and some of madonna's costumes had keith haring stuff on it and basket stuff and then years later i wore some t shirts that had basket princeton and didn't know how to pronounce his name and someone sets me basket african american honest that's all i really know of new york city and he died very early iva does i believe so yeah i think he had a drug issues now i also know sorry your film olsen because i looked at this there's been several documentaries about him but this one specifically about his growing up the art he's known for really it's how he he did this he was this character if he well kind of like a banks he called same oh at the beginning where he'd write these poem kind of phrases on buildings that kinda would make you think and then strangely enough you can buy a series of basquiat s at the container store your wicker baskets basket cases easter baskets yeah i like it okay that was you don't have to rate the joke it's listen i dropped before we came here i'm going to say this anthony's mums in town and i just love her anthony his mom may some time to have coffee with richard and i we took up charlie coffee place but one of local friends there who we'd like to talk about himself a lot talk to us for an hour about a film that he didn't really like very much in that film dunkirk dunkirk and he just kept saying.

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"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Just pushed that button okay so that's my container store so it's been really strange week right because i'm say i didn't see movie i don't know if you guys getting that from this long rambling thing there was nothing there is nothing out okay so i voted seeing the melissa mccarthy movie i'm a student and i'm melissa mccarthy and i'm in another movie now i don't know what's cold it's like mom goes to college not interested there's a tyler perry thrilla yeah with oh gabrielle union who so great no interest whatsoever i feel pretty still doing the rounds i can't believe that amy schumer hosted snl this week for i feel pretty soon it's week yeah yeah yeah yeah i didn't want she did but then melissa mccarthy was on there promoting her i'm when i went to college i think they took a break so anything kinda got backed up because donald glover was on before star wars and in the middle of atlanta i know but i guess he also released on yes so week so there's no movies out this week that that i wanna see so next week is hans solo you don't have to tell me about that no no two weeks from now so because next week is deadpool all right okay so we're gonna i'm gonna to say definitely right you went and saw some movies i saw two movies if you could say that about one of these movies i saw documentary called boom for real the late teenage years of john michelle back basquiat basque yet do yeah junior hawaiian basket how madonna was she's date him in the eighties so really yeah madonna dated basket and also got i feel keith haring was a really good friend of keith haring was gay both were grew up in that like urban scene like kind of andy warhol's downtown yes madonna when she was she lived around there hell's kitchen viable those places and she hung out with them end she was she dated basket.

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"keith haring" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Arts Review

"School went to deeply working class comprehensive go to work for british aerospace and my physics teacher took me under his wing and his father was a technician at the bbc's got me on work placement was fifteen and for the i realize that you could earn money with that physical labor do you know something a builder making paving slabs wanna be a cameraman so impart on his journey managed to get on a black my way by stealing friend of mine's dad's amateur photography portfolio and using it to get onto a degree calls so photography coast all through this since i was thirteen fourteen years older that a lot of graffiti so well as a foundation callers bristol which at the time was one of the epicenters vogue graffiti in the country's back in the late eighties i got to know the graffiti crew in bristol so i went round and photograph them hung everyone we're at college together and then yes later when i was working there's a photo editor in in hospital from zico sleaze nation commissioned do banks he's photograph to pull traits through if you phone calls a manage get to meet him so i dropped bristol meet this incredibly grumpy scruffy idiot doc side in bristol an amazing we landed up hitting off so i then embarked on his journey ben is in has toga for law and it transformed from that to set an screen princeton the rest is history really and it really is quite extraordinary how he threw you and with you have managed to raise graffiti into this incredible out form it's amazing when you look at the people describe as new art from me look this is something that existed gone back to the coliseum but in its molin ful still existed from the late sixties it was so powerful but nine semi full at noma mailer written a twelve page essay going to book about the state of graffiti so being here for a while and then if you think about it logically it's thrown couple of superstars beforehand in the basket and keith haring and then it dropped off the face of planet for about twenty years is kinda stayed on grand stay true to its roots and then suddenly in the last even when banks he was doing and we were wildly successful.

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"keith haring" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"keith haring" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"I watched this this by guy movie not the documentary movie and the dude was talking about how do you get famous baba it was a benishi benicio del toro you're saying they're playing bass when yeah i gotta do is you gotta paint the same thing so people know what it is every time they see i look back at all the painters at some my painters and they have that super signature something you know from basquiat from keith haring damian hers they have that signature thing that they did you know that maybe got them into the game before the if you look at rap you know everything anything jordan yeah jay z flow you know okay signature right you got so many but i tried the mummy thing one time and it was like and i just tried it on his pitcher beyond say to she was a better better story did it on i mean that's an awesome way to do it was a fire photo of beyond saying i just tried it out i'd never done it before okay this is cool when is done as analyzing this is the simplest way to make something complex with just lions is really just lines and shadows it comes from something that is black you know like in its is origin just like egypt you know and it's a way where i can make things it doesn't have to be a black person doesn't have to be a white person it doesn't have to be a specific person could be just a person but i use it i use it for a lot of different reasons differently but i started that one in i just like oh this is cool i can i can build into this like i can like grow this so it's like a moment like this.

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