Haring’s energetic street art was a ubiquitous fixture in late-’70s–early-’80s New York, cropping up in subway stations and on buildings in Soho and the East Village. He went on to art-world fame and fortune before his untimely death from AIDS in 1990; this survey recalls the artist’s early career with works on paper, rare videos and archival objects.
"Keith Haring 1978–1982"
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