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A collection of limited edition prints by icon Keith Haring, the artist behind the world-famous 1986 Crack Is Wack mural and countless other pieces, is on display at Pace Prints Gallery in Chelsea. The exhibition, which features works from 1978 until Haring’s untimely death in 1990, opens Friday and will be on view until December […]

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Artist Keith Haring painted his famous Crack Is Wack mural in 1986, at an abandoned handball court along the Harlem River Drive. These images taken by photographer Juan Rivera, only recently available through Getty, show Haring at work and reveal a different version of the now iconic mural, before it was vandalized, buffed and repainted. “Because the […]

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Over 94% of the works on view at “Haring Miami,” which opened Wednesday at the Moore Building in Miami’s Design District, have been deemed “inauthentic” by the Keith Haring Foundation. All but 10 of the 175 works remained up at the gallery after last Friday when the foundation, which owns the intellectual property rights for […]

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In the market for some new digs? Check out this 8,200 square foot TriBeCa maisonette, complete with three floors, 19th century adornments, double floor ceilings, factory windows and an original student-era Keith Haring mural. Yep, and it can all be yours — for just $11.75 million. The sprawling mural was painted by Haring in 1978, […]

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Bigger is betterish! Mana Contemporary, a Jersey City gallery/art storage facility, will play host to what sounds like the largest collection of Keith Haring’s work, starting today — largest pieces, that is. The exhibit will showcase works from a private collection, including oversized metal panels that Haring spray painted on FDR Drive in 1986, as well […]

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Just months ago, the Basquiat estate and the Warhol Foundation have announced that they will no longer be authenticating works. Now, the Keith Haring Foundation is disbanding its authentication committee. That means a bevy of happy dogs, dancing mens and joyous orgy’s realness could go unverified, unless they were submitted for review before September 1st. Instead of […]

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To be blunt, Keith Haring would not mind that his art adorns Tenga’s uber-advanced vacuum fuck cups, nor in shapes of the ridges inside the brand spankin’ new Easy Beat Egg. Other blogs will just show you the pictures. Luckily, we have such good sports on our extended staff, that we can give you a much more comprehensive, hands-on review. […]

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The Keith Haring Foundation has been scanning and Tumbling Keith Haring’s journals circa 1971-1989, one page at a time, while his exhibit is on at the Brooklyn Museum through July 8. How’s this for “early works?” Twelve and thirteen-year-old lil Keith’s first few pages have been mostly lackluster, but we just got to the good […]

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In in 1989, nine months away from death, Keith Haring participated in a site-specific art show for the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center, choosing the second-floor men’s room. He filled the space with a most exuberant orgy you ever did see, naming it “Once Upon a Time.” This hidden gem recalls the once upon a time before […]

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The Art in the Streets exhibit now comes with graffiti fashions. Ten MOCA x Levi’s jean jackets feature MOCA-exhibited Andre, Chaz Bojorquez, CRASH, KR, Neckface, Lady Pink, REVOK,  Shepard Fairey, Kenny Scharf (yes, it’s the mural) and Keith Haring (sans consent, obviously). […]

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