Keith Haring: Art is For Everybody @ The Broad, Los Angeles


Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home 

As soon as a young Keith Haring put pen to paper, he laid claim to a unique aesthetic, original and seminal. What looked deceptively simple were bold paintings and drawings that first appeared on the street, then to a studio practice, outlines that were dramatically relevant on a canvas or a coffee mug. Haring is a line-in-the-sand sort of figure in the art world. Possibly more than Warhol, he demonstrated that pop culture, pop consumption, and fine art could be applied to a mass scale.

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