Seeing Loud: Basquiat and Music
This exhibition presents a hitherto little explored facet of the artistic practice of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Music surfaces in his creations in the form of signs, symbols and sounds. Bringing together over 100 works, alongside music excerpts and videos, Seeing Loud transports visitors into the artist’s world to discover the genres and the musicians who influenced his work. In the company of our Guides, discover – or rediscover – this iconic artist of 1980s New York, who made a lasting impact on contemporary art.
60 to 90 minutes
|Regular rate||Rate for college and university students|
|$300/15 participants||$75/15 participants|
This activity is free for beneficiary organizations of the Sharing the Museum program.
To learn more about this exhibition and see the complete cultural program developed in connection with it, go to Seeing Loud: Basquiat and Music.
Planning your visit
The group entrance is located at 2075 Bishop Street.
The Museum is a 5-minute walk from the Guy-Concordia Métro station (Guy exit).