“Art AIDS America,” an exhibition that’s temporarily up in West Hollywood and opening with expanded works at the Tacoma Art Museum in October, looks at the mark left by AIDS on the American art scene. Keith Haring, Robert Mapplethorpe and Felix Gonzalez-Torres are just a few of the well-known artists who died of illness related to the […]
image via The Bushwick Collective New Zealand street artist Owen Dippie, the incredible mind behind the Renaissance Mutant Ninja Turtles mural, recently created “The Radiant Madonna“, a giant mural that features the Virgin Mary cradling a distinctive Keith Haring figure on the side of a Brooklyn building. Dippie explained the concept behind the mural, which […]
It takes a true intuitive sense and careful execution to produce a mashup or remix, and rarely does an artist create a classic in the process. But Owen Dippie may have done it twice this month in Brooklyn. Owen Dippie. Radiant Madonna. Show More Summary
Raise your glass for one of the most important gay artists of the 20th century
“When the project ended, the media attention dissipated, the students returned to their regularly scheduled high school programming, and after a couple additional days during which he painted two more murals at Rush University Medical Center, Haring went home to New York. The Grant Park mural stood for about a week before it was dismantled—and […]
On May 12 in the Post-War & Contemporary Art sale, Bonhams will offer Untitled, an important work by artist and social activist Keith Haring. It is estimated at $100,000 ? 150,000. Untitled was produced in 1984 during Haring?s visitShow More Summary
This week, Instagram's impact on art collecting, Chicago's missing Keith Haring, 50 buildings in 50 cities, privilege at art museums, the largest object in the universe, and more.
Bonhams held a successful auction of Prints & Multiples that achieved more than $2 million on April 21 in San Francisco, with 85 percent of its lots sold by value and new international auction records set for several works. Its contemporary prints performed especially well. Show More Summary
The phenomenally elegant dancer will explore Keith Haring’s influence on his work in a one-night-only performance this week.
“Art is for everyone” - Keith Haring, cultural and political icon. ArtPoint in February, the month of love. (at DeYoung Museum)
The late pop artist Keith Haring was noted for his simple human figures and forms. One of his more famous images is Five Dancing Figures, which he recreated in different colors and backgrounds. Last year, the art magazine Garage Magazine...Show More Summary
On February 12, 2015, a small group of friends had the rare opportunity to take a private tour of the exhibit “Keith Haring: The Political Line” at the de Young Museum in San Francisco. Julian Cox, curator of the exhibit, shared his perspective throughout the tour. Click on any image in here to see the full set […]
For me, the 1990s started out with an exhibition by Keith Haring, followed by shows displaying works by Robert Mapplethorpe, Cindy Sherman, Annie Leibovitz, and Helmut Newton. I gave Thornton Dial and Radcliffe Bailey their first shows. It was quite the decade.
This week in art news: One of the world's smallest artworks smashed, a $40 million lawsuit against the Keith Haring Foundation dismissed, and another major museum bans selfie sticks.
Bilinski v. Keith Haring Foundation, Inc., 2015 WL 996423, No. 14cv1085 (S.D.N.Y. Mar. 6, 2015) Keith Haring was a “prolific artist and social activist whose work responded to the New York City street culture of the 1980s.” Plaintiffs...Show More Summary
Skarstedt announces an exhibition of work by American artist Keith Haring, at their Chelsea gallery this March. The exhibition uniquely presents 5 major works on canvas, all at a monumental scale and dating from 1984-1985, exposing a lesser-known side to the iconic artist. Show More Summary
Famed artist Keith Haring died 25 years ago today. And this just happened in Australia: Vandals have desecrated a heritage-protected mural in Melbourne’s north. Australia’s only surviving mural by world-renowned artist Keith Haring has been seemingly untouched for more than 30 years. Show More Summary
"Art is for everyone" - Keith Haring, cultural and political icon. ArtPoint in February, the month of love. (at DeYoung Museum)
SAN FRANCISCO — At the end of the 2012 documentary How to Survive a Plague, we see a group of ACT UP protestors march on the nation’s capital with the ashes of their dead, a counterprotest to the exhibition of the AIDS Quilt on the Washington Mall.
Animator Bill Davis created a series of short animations for Sesame Street that featured the iconic art of Keith Haring after the artist’s death in 1990. via Boing Boing