Seeing Loud: Basquiat and Music
Museum from home
Raymonde April (born in 1953), “Self-portrait with Curtain,” from the group “My Gaze Is Clear Like a Sunflower,” 1991, digital chromogenic print from a film negative. MMFA, gift of the artist
Marc-Aurèle Fortin, Storm Brewing over Hochelaga, about 1940. MMFA, gift of Musée Marc-Aurèle Fortin (gift of Abra and William Mastenbroek)
William Brymner, Girl with a Dog, Lower Saint Lawrence, 1905. MMFA, gift of Sarah Humphrey and Gérald van Gurp in honour of the MMFA’s 150th anniversary. Photo MMFA
Dana Schutz, How We Would Talk, 2007. MMFA, gift of Nathalie Goyette and Théa, Joseph, Hadrien, Arthur and Philippe Lamarre in honour of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ 150th anniversary. Photo MMFA
Adrien Hébert (1890-1967), Corner Peel and Sainte-Catherine, about 1948, oil on canvas, 76.5 cm. x 101.5 cm. MMFA, gift of Imperial Tobacco Canada Limited in honour of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts' 150th anniversary. Photo MMFA, Christine Guest.
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Credit of the artwork (Seeing Loud: Basquiat and Music exhibition) Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988), King Zulu, 1986, acrylic, wax and felt-tip pen on canvas, 202.5 x 255 cm. MACBA Collection, Barcelona, Government of Catalonia long-term loan (formerly Salvador Riera Collection). © Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York
Header video credits Jim Dine, At the Carnival, 1996. © Jim Dine / SOCAN (2022) | Jean-Michel Othoniel, Le Nœud Pivoine, 2015. © Jean-Michel Othoniel / SOCAN (2022 | Frank Stella, The Pitchpoling (D-17, 2X), 1990. © Frank Stella / SOCAN (2021) | Stephan Balkenhol, Large Pair: Head of a Man and a Woman, 1990. © Stephan Balkenhol / SOCAN (2022) | Louise Nevelson, Cathédrale céleste, 1966-1973. © Louise Nevelson / SOCAN (2022) | Alexander Calder, Mobile rouge, 1956 © 2022 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOCAN, Montréal | Marc-Aurèle Fortin. © Fondation Marc-Aurèle Fortin / SOCAN (2022)