Crown Motif

“Jean-Michel Basquiat’s crown acts as a perfect complement to his fascination with the human head and skull. The two themes — crowns and heads — proclaim a deep struggle between dichotomies: perceived self-worth and marginalization, divinity and destitution, and the interplay between the material world and the intellect…

What’s the Meaning of Basquiat’s Crown Motif?

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  1. #response_container_BBPPID{font-family: “Times New Roman”, Times, serif; font-size:9pt; color: initial;} Thnx always wondered about the crown. Basquiat’s work has always been powerful and poignant. Best regards. Sent from my BlackBerry — the most secure mobile device — via the TELUS Network From: comment-reply@wordpress.comSent: 19 July 2021 1:37 p.m.To: sheerinasheikh@gmail.comReply to: comment+pax61fnsf-zrtqlrk5dtxr@comment.wordpress.comSubject: [New post] Crown Motif #ssc20920 a:hover{color: red;}#ssc20920 a{text-decoration: underline;color: rgb(0, 136, 204);}#ssc20920 a.primaryactionlink:link,#ssc20920 a.primaryactionlink:visited{background-color: rgb(37, 133, 178);color: rgb(255, 255, 255);}#ssc20920 a.primaryactionlink:hover,#ssc20920 a.primaryactionlink:active{background-color: rgb(17, 114, 158) !important;color: rgb(255, 255, 255) !important;}

    maliksajad posted: ” “Jean-Michel Basquiat’s crown acts as a perfect complement to his fascination with the human head and skull. The two themes — crowns and heads — proclaim a deep struggle between dichotomies: perceived self-worth and marginalization, divinity and destitut”

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