Keith Haring’s supersized cartoons and hearts overshadow the painter’s aggressive strokes, sexual imagery and philosophical art. This exhibit mirrors William Blake’s poem, Marriage of Heaven and Hell, through Haring’s lesser-known paintings made between 1984 and ’85. It was a time when Haring understood that the yin and the yang, the good and the evil, the innocent and the experienced come together to define life.
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