A-ONE (1964-2001)
A-ONE (1964-2001)
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A-ONE (1964-2001)

Prince of Pander

A-ONE (1964-2001)
Prince of Pander
signed and titled 'AONE PRINCE OF PANDER' (upper right)
spray enamel on canvas
18 x 32 in. (45.7 x 81.3 cm.)
Executed in 1985.
John “CRASH” Matos, acquired directly from the artist
Web Gallery NYC, New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner
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Lot Essay

A-One (Anthony Clark) was a prolific New York City based graffiti artist. He began tagging trains in the mid-1970s, greatly inspired by his mentor and friend Jean-Michel Basquiat. He was a member of Rammellzee’s graffiti crew, among other graffiti artists focused on bringing art and music from the Bronx and Queens to the downtown art scene. In his practice, A-One developed a dynamic style he called "aerosol expressionism," which continues to influence street art today. Notably, A-One was the youngest participant in the Venice Biennale in 1984.

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