Fans can have one last look at works by Jean-Michel Basquiat before they go on sale.
More than 30 pieces -- from simple crayon on paper to sophisticated, colorful canvases -- will be on display May 2 through June 9 at Sotheby's galleries in New York. Most are then bound for a private sale.
Pieces by the Brooklyn-born painter, who died of a drug overdose in 1988, have continued to fetch high prices at auction.
Christie's in November sold Basquiat's 1981 untitled portrait of a fisherman for a record $26.4 million, and next month the auction house is asking between $25 million and $35 million for "Dustheads," a 7-foot acrylic painting of two figures.