Keith Haring: The Boy Who Kept Drawing is now available.
Famed artist Keith Haring was once just a boy who kept drawing. Now, 27 years after his death, Haring's work and passion will inspire kids today — all through a new children's book encouraging them to use art to change the world. SEE...Show More Summary
“I hope the passion he had as an artist is apparent to the kids who read it."
A new way for kids (and adults!) to learn about the life, work and philosophy of Keith Haring, one of the most beloved queer artists of the twentieth century, is here ? and it’s stunning. Keith Haring: The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing, illustrated by Robert Neubecker, has been a labor of love for Kay A. Show More Summary
The Petersen Automotive Museum announces its newest exhibition in the Armand Hammer Foundation Gallery, ?The Unconventional Canvases of Keith Haring.? The new exhibit, which opened Saturday, December 17th, 2016 and runs until Sunday,...Show More Summary
“The Unconventional Canvases of Keith Haring” will be on display at Los Angeles’ Petersen Automotive Museum beginning December 17 and running through June 4, 2017. Upon recently reopening after undergoing extreme renovations, Petersen...Show More Summary
Keith Haring ‘Art Cars’ Race Into Los Angeles (Photos) Five of the famed artist’s automotive works—some of his most unconventional canvases—will be on display at the Petersen Auto Museum through 2017 Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Koller?s end-of-the year auctions saw strong prices realised for works by Keith Haring, Ai Weiwei & Banksy, a work by Albert Anker sold for over one million, and excellent results for the recently created Photographs and Watches departments, including a rare Patek Philippe wristwatch sold for nearly half a million. Show More Summary
What would Keith Haring look like if he was alive today?
Keith Haring's New Year's Eve party in downtown Manhattan, 1984, as documented by video artist Nelson Sullivan. Those were the daze. (r/ObscureMedia, thanks UPSO!)
This week, Vine ended the careers of all two Vine celebrities, NBC entered talks to revive Will & Grace, and straight guys started stripping down in honor of the Gay Super Bowl. Here’s what went down on Instagram: A rare photo of one of Keith Haring’s boyfriends surfaced. The late icon apparently had excellent taste. [...]
For one more weekend, the Governor's Island Art Fair transforms the derelict mansions of Colonel's Row into semi-un-tamed exhibition sites, alongside the Center for Holographic Arts. The fair's a little uneven, but worth the trip for the sightseeing alone.
The stairwell art depicts Haring's signature dancing figures, radiant babies, and dogs.
Keith Haring practiced making art quickly. In the early ’80s, he would ride the New York City subway, scouting the stations for spots where sheets of plain black paper hung until advertisements replaced them. He’d saunter up, look around for police and fill the paper with cartoonlike figures. Show More Summary
It may seem unusual to uphold a book of penis drawings as a significant art-historical moment, but Manhattan Penis Drawings for Ken Hicks creates an unignorable link between Haring’s early work and his homosexuality.
Manhattan is full of dicks. Keith Haring, perhaps the most famous 1980s pop and graffiti artist to come out of New York’s downtown scene, knew this well.
In 2016, New York City is simply a much more expensive and claustrophobic version of everywhere else: a mindless expanse of TD Banks, 7/11s, Subway Sandwich shops, CVS pharmacies, Chipotle’s, Taco Bell/Pizza Hut combos, and the occasional Starbucks, just to keep things from becoming a faceless monoculture. Further evidence that the city is intent on shaking off [...]