80s East Village
In the early 1980s, New York City’s East Village was a hotbed of artistic creativity, from which emerged a group of artist-run storefront galleries featuring young and veteran artists. Soon, other emerging galleries joined, and the community flourished.
Those halcyon days (and nights) seemed limitless; everything seemed possible. As a celebration of that spirited and vibrant time, we’re featuring artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, George Condo, Richard Hambleton, and Keith Haring on artnet Auctions.
Flip through our album for a sneak peek of the sale, and browse East Side Story: Art from the ’80s East Village on artnet Auctions.
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