Born in 1958 in Reading, Died in 1990 in NYC.
In the early 80’s, Keith Haring started drawing on street walls and underground advertising posters in the East Village in Manhattan. His work was soon exhibited, and his notoriety only increased via his friendships with Basquiat, Warhol or even Madonna.
He expressed himself in simple drawings and through recurrent themes such as “Radiant Baby”, “Barking Dog” “Angel” or famous “Andy Mouse”. He created the Pop Shop, where he sold tie-in products, and continued drawing for his fans throughout his life.
He died of AIDS when he was only 31.
Offset lithography on Japanese pearlescent paper
27 x 20 in (68.58 x 50.8 cm)
Edition of 1000
Published by ...On Sundays Publication, Tokyo, Japan
Screenprint on paper by Keith Haring for Lucky Strike, 1987.
By Keith Haring for the Montreux Jazz Festival, 1983
Price for one print
Collaboration Keith Haring/Andy Warhol for the Montreux Jazz Festival, 1986