Born in Pennsylvania in 1958. A pioneer of street art and a representative artist of America in the 80s. Began making "subwau drawings" in 1980 by covering up unused billboards in the NYC subway system with black paper and drawing over them with chalk. His simple, rhythmical lines were popular among the metro users.


Eventually, he made murals not just in New York but in Sydney, Melbourne, Rio de Janeiro, Amsterdam, and Paris, and was active in many public spaces. He was close friends with figures like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol and was a prominent activist, working for many causes including AIDS awareness and children in poverty. He passed away in February 1990 at the young age of 31 from complications due to AIDS.


"Keith Haring Exhibition" (Galerie Watari)

Offset print




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