Keith Haring // Fight Aids // 1998 Offset Lithograph
Keith Haring (1958-1990) was an American artist best known for his vibrant Pop art and impromptu street art creations that grew out of the New York City street culture of the 1980s. Between 1980 and 1985, Haring produced hundreds of these public drawings in dozens of cities around the world, and exhibited his work in over 100 solo and group exhibitions throughout his brief but influential career.
Harring's imagery has become one of the most widely-recognized visual languages of the 20th century. With bold forms and colors, his deceptively simple pieces speak to much larger political and social themes. In addition to being a foundational part of the neo-Pop Art movement, Haring was a social activist and prominent figure in the AIDS awareness movement, using his creations to explore concepts of life and death, war, police violence, sexuality, religion, and beyond.
- ColorsRed, Yellow, Blue
9"H x 14.25"W
— Offset Lithograph
— Printed in 1998
— Condition: A-; Near Mint, Very Light Signs of Handling
— Framed in a Matte Black Frame
— Hanging Screws Not Included
Yes, the artwork does come with a certificate.
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