Donald SULTAN (1951)

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Bad Painting emerged in the United States at the end of the 1970s and flourished in the 1980s. The “Bad boys” of painting are Jean-Michel Basquiat, Neil Jenney, Kenny Scharf, Julian Schnabel, Malcolm Morley, David Salle, Jonathan Borofsky and Donald Sultan. They glory in the bad taste of their work, draw inspiration from fringe and popular culture, introduce various materials into their paintings, and play on excessively thick layers and clashing colours. This reversion to expressionism in painting staked out its territory in opposition to the period’s established codes of austere minimalism and conceptual art.

For Donald SULTAN (1951) (United states), the oldest auction result ever registered for an artwork by this artist is a painting sold in 1984, at Christie's, and the most recent auction result is a print-multiple sold in 2022. Artprice.com's Advanced Analytics are based on 2,024 auction results. Especially: print-multiple, drawing-watercolor, painting, sculpture-volume, photography, objects, tapestry. 13 art works by artist Donald SULTAN (1951) will soon be available in auction rooms. You can also discover 39 artwork(s) currently for sale on Artprice's Marketplace. , sold by 2 Artprice store(s).