Keith Haring

​Keith Haring (1958-1990) gained international acclaim as not only a street artist and social activist but a major contributor to the Pop Art Movement. At the age of 19, Haring moved from his small hometown in Pennsylvania to New York City in order to attend the School of Visual Arts. The bustling city offered him the opportunity to experiment with street art, as is evidenced by his early chalk drawings throughout the underground subway system.

Haring is known for his relationship to street culture of New York City throughout the 1980s, clearly reflected in his art along with consistent social undertones of life, unity, love, war, and sex. The bold lines, vivid colors, and active figures present in his drawings, paintings, and prints make a Haring work almost immediately identifiable.

His iconic works have been displayed in institutions throughout the world, most recently in a major retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York, NY (2012). Haring has also been the subject of significant solo exhibitions at Pace Prints Chelsea, New York, NY (2012; Galeria de Art del Centro de Extension de la Pontifica Universidad Catholica de Chile, Santiago, Chile (2012); Chiesa di San Francesco, Udine, Italy (2012); Musee en Herbe, Paris, France (2011); and Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY (2011).

Pop Shop III Pop Shop III
Poster for Nuclear Disarmament Poster for Nuclear Disarmament

Keith Haring

Pop Shop III
Prints featuring Computers
Color silkscreen on smooth cardboard.
Signed, Dated and Numbered
10.59 x 13.70 inches
Edition of 200
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Keith Haring

Poster for Nuclear Disarmament
Offset-lithograph on heavy glazed paper
Signed & dated “K. Haring 82
Thousands printed as outdoor post-ups, but only an estimated 15 signed & dated impressions were gifted to his dealer. A Letter of Provenance from his dealer accompanies this work as authentication. The Radiant Baby has been used many different contexts of Haring's work. This very rare work is one of the last political images made before his death. The work is documented in the HARING book.
24 1/8 x 18 inches
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