(1964 - 2001)
Anthony Clark was active/lived in New York / France. Anthony Clark is known for graffiti art.
Biography from the Archives of askART
Anthony Clark, A-One (1964-2001)
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Born in New York City, he was interested in painting and drawing at a young age but refused special schooling as he always regarded the street to be his school. He cites his interest in architecture as a big influence on his art. Inspired by his friend Jean-Michel Basquiat, A-One ebcame one of the youngest artists ever to participate in the Venice Biennale.
A-One died in Paris, France in 2001.
1990 Galerie Quintessens, Utrecht
1985 Piccolo Museum, Lecce
1983 Galeria Salvatore Ala, Milan
1982 Hamilton place Installation. New York
2001 Graffiti, Galerie du jour Agnès B, Paris
1992 Coming from the subway / New York Graffiti Art, Groninger Museum, Groningen. Pays Bas
1991 American Graffiti : A Survey, Liverpool Gallery, Bruxelles
Post-Graffiti / Fine Art, Federal Reserve Board Building, Washington
Graffiti Art, Musée National des Monuments Français, Paris
1990 Post Graffiti, Figuration Libre, Foundation Verranneman, Kruishoutem, Belgique
1988 New York Graffiti - Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen, Hans Metternich, Coblence
1987 Beyond Words (Science & Symbiotics), Fashion Moda, Bronx, New York
Ludwig Collection, Fort Belvedere, Florence
1985 Arco 85, Sidney Janis Presents Graffiti, Madrid
3 Graffiti Artists - Aone, Noc & Toxic, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York
Zeitgenössiche Kunst, Galerie Thomas, Munich
1984 Graffiti, Makler Gallery, Philadelphie
Arte di Frontiera, Galleria comunale d'arte moderna, Bologne
Classical American Graffiti Writers and High Graffiti Artist, Galerie Thomas, Munich
Graffiti, Maurice Keitelman Gallery, Bruxelles
Robert Fraser Gallery, Londres
Xli Biennale di Venezia, Venise
1983 Post-Graffiti, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York
1982 "South Bronx Show", Fashion Moda, New York
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