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African American Culture 60‘s-80’s Black middle class grew and abserted Many black poor, unemployed and homeless.

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3 African American Culture

4 60‘s-80’s Black middle class grew and abserted Many black poor, unemployed and homeless

5 The Black Hopelessness

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7 American painter Graffiti-----ink-marker’ scrawls and spray paint tags New York City Imagery from African, Caribbean, European and Popular Art

8 Graffiti-----ink-marker’ scrawls and spray paint tags Abstract Expressionism

9 Al Diaz-SAMO Artist & Musician Art world stardom Diego Cortez Annia Nosei 1982, 10---Andy Warhol

10 Untitled (Skull ) Acrylic and mixed media on canvas 81 x 69 inches

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12 1982, 10---Andy Warhol Bischotberger 1982,12---Show Gray Collaborate with Andy Warhol and francesco Clemente on painting 1988,8,12---Death at age 27

13 Self- Protrait as a heel, part two 51x53 inches

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15 Self- Protrait as a heel, part two 51x53 inches

16 Race Human right Capitalism-America Environment Personal message Homelessness Loneliness

17 Hollywood African Text Phase Pop corn Gangs Tobacco

18 1982, 10---Andy Warhol Bischotberger 1982,12---Show Gray Collaborate with Andy Warhol and francesco Clemente on painting 1988,8,12---Death at age 27

19 Flexible, 1984

20 Reference reviews/ /lmmagazine06 A Quick Killing in Art

21 Produced by Avis Tong & Louie Fung Yiu


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