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CRASH (1961)

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Updated 09/02/2014: CRASH is an artist born in 1961 The oldest artwork ever registered on the website for this artist is a drawing-watercolor sold in 1995, at Chamberlin's and the most recent artwork is a print-multiple from 2014. Artprice.com's price levels for this artist are based on 185 auction results especially: painting, print-multiple, drawing-watercolor. 22 artwork(s) are currently on sale on Artprice's Marketplace , sold by 1 Artprice store(s).

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Born on the streets of New York in the 1960s and incarnating rebelliousness and non-conformity, tags, graffiti and stencils have found their way into galleries, auction rooms and collections. Today, street art is clearly fashionable having earned its stars in numerous exhibitions at venerable institutions like the Tate Modern in London (Street art, 23 May - 25 August 2008) and the Grand Palais of Paris (Tag, 27 March - 26 April 2009).
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