DECODING KEITH HARING

Photo courtesy of galeries-bartoux.com

Photo courtesy of galeries-bartoux.com

1/13/2014
by Brianna Cohen

In an exhibit called, “Keith Haring: Languages” on view at NYU Fale’s Library until Feb.28th,  the focus is on the early “archival work” of the artist from 1979-1981. Along with the Keith Haring Foundation, the University is decoding the anagrams and symbols used by the artist in his iconic paintings.   Check out the exhibit and see rarely seen video works and get a Haring education. Read more at ArtNews

 

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