The visitor enters into 1970s-80s’ New York, shoulder to shoulder with Basquiat. From the street to the most prestigious galleries, this painter was part of the new wave of artists at the intersection of visual and sonic worlds. He flourished within a musical ferment, from the sound of hip hop on the streets of the Bronx to the disco that continues to set nightclubs ablaze. His work is charged with the musical memory of his roots. The exhibition is a journey through time and space, where the visitor discovers the paintings through music. A close bond is forged between sound and pictorial representation. Between classical, cut ups and rap, each piece is a world all of its own. A world of painting, music and engagement through which we can explore the multiform creative movement.