Jean-Michel Basquiat's art connects profoundly to his multicultural background, bridging Puerto Rico, New York, and Haiti. Influenced by his Puerto Rican and Haitian heritage, Basquiat incorporated Afro-Caribbean symbolism, vibrant colors, and street art aesthetics into his works. His raw, expressive style became a voice for marginalized communities, highlighting the socio-political issues faced by Afro-Latinos in both New York and the Caribbean. Basquiat lived in Puerto Rico with his father for several years.
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