A Catalogue Raisonne of Keith Haring's Posters
This collection of one hundred brilliantly colored and wonderfully diverse illustrations includes Keith Haring's most important posters, an art form that suited his distinctive talent and his conviction that art was for everybody.
In an era when art and art lovers were busy taking themselves seriously, Keith Haring emerged as a refreshing presence whose bold and playful work often carried a sobering message. AIDS prevention, gay rights, apartheid, racism, drug use and environmental protection were all issues that Haring cared about deeply and he brought them to the public's attention in unique and arresting ways. In addition he lent his trademark images to advertise numerous concerts, sporting events, and exhibitions. Although Haring died at a tragically young age, the universal pictorial language he created will ensure that his message of love, tolerance, and respect survives forever.
New book with mylar protecting its dustjacket.