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Keith Haring

United States (Cutztown 1958 -  New York 1990 ) Wikipedia® : Keith Haring
HARING Keith Growing 4

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Keith Haring - For Norman

Keith Haring - For Norman

Original 1989
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Lot number: 1374A
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CARTOON BY KEITH HARING (AMERICAN, 1958-1990). Ink on paper, signed and dated 1989 lower right. Presentation "For Norman". Haring Estate certificate on the back. Framed, 28.5"h. 20.5"w. Not removed from frame. Through the glass, some buckling and slight creasing are apparent, starting at the left and moving into the image itself. From a private collection.
Keith Haring - Pair Of Table Lamps

Keith Haring - Pair Of Table Lamps

Original 1988
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Lot number: 30
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Keith Haring & Toshiyuki Kita, Pair of Table Lamps, 1988 Stone, glass, acrylic glass, serigraph USA, 1988 Keith Haring (1958-1990) - US-American artist Toshiyuki Kita (geb. 1942) – Japanese furniture and product designer Signed and dated lower left ‚© K. Haring 88“ as well as signed ‚T. Kita’’’’ From an edition of 2000 Dimensions: 53.5 x 32 cm Good condition
Keith Haring - Untitled

Keith Haring - Untitled

Original 1984
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Lot number: 17
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Keith Haring 1958 - 1990 UNTITLED Executed in 1984. acrylic on canvas 226 by 113.5 cm., 89 by 44 5/8 in. Provenance Private Collection, New York (acquired directly from the artist) Christie's, New York, November 17, 2000, lot 523 Private Collection, United States Sotheby's, New York, November 14, 2012, lot 305 Acquired from the above sale by the present owner Catalogue Note “People understand my work, it can be read like a picture book. I do simple figures that are complex at the same time, like ideograms.” Keith Haring When Keith Haring moved to New York City in 1978 as a student at the School of Visual Arts, he found a thriving community of artists working in the streets, subways and disused clubs of the city. Inspired by the bold graffiti he encountered, he made a name for himself as an urban poet with his series of subway drawings. After noticing the empty advertising spaces in the subway stations were often covered with matte black paper, he began drawing simple images on them in white chalk. He created hundreds of these drawings developing, over time, his cast of iconic characters. In 1982 Haring had his first official solo show at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery in New York. Hundreds flocked to see the space entirely transformed with Haring’’’’s drawings, sculptures and painted tarpaulins. Highly acclaimed by critics, the show received worldwide media attention and established Keith as an icon of the New York art scene. “This show was Haring epic, Part One, with all scenes, fragments, motifs and media assembled, structured graphically and architectonically.” Edit from Ak and Lisa Liebmann, 'Keith Haring: Tony Shafrazi Gallery', Artforum, January 1983 Untitled, 1984 is emblematic of Haring’’’’s graphic style at this time: the composition is balanced yet bold; the hand of the artist is free, yet contained by the simple palette of red and black. The mirror image silhouette of the man dancing upside down suggests the emerging urban breakdancing craze. Haring’’’’s vibrant red lines turn and twist creating movement and a sense of rhythm . Through the unparalleled energy of his signature style, which merged an urban aesthetic with the expertise of a modern master, a seemingly flat painting is brought to life. The burgeoning hip-hop music scene of the city, with its break dancers, DJs, rappers, and graffiti artists was a constant inspiration to Haring, and the energetic nature of the music was a great influence on his artwork. He began to create a new visual vocabulary consisting of forms drawn to the rhythms and beats of the music as he listened. Haring’’’’s love for music drew him to work closely with dancers. In 1982, he collaborated with the well-known dancer and choreographer, Bill-T Jones. Together, they created a performance piece titled Long Distance, in which Jones danced to the rhythms and sounds of Haring’’’’s brushstrokes as he painted the backdrop of the performance. The success resulted in another collaboration in 1984, when Haring designed the set for Secret Pastures at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, choreographed by Bill T Jones and Annie Zane. Untitled, 1984 is a section from this set, which explored themes such as race, sexuality, and AIDS. Haring’’’’s simplistic rendition of the human figure and his use of line, as well as the dots that often populate his works, bring to mind Native American and other tribal artworks. In an interview in 1985 Haring explained his own thoughts on Primitivism in his work. “With me it’’’’s not so much looking at or trying to imitate as much as it is trying to embody the idea of “primitivism” in my own approach to the work and my attitude towards drawing and towards the world.” Untitled encompasses plenty of aspects of culture such as primitivism, modernism, music and dance, a testament to the artist's influences on the 1980s New York pop-culture scene.
Keith Haring - Growing 4

Keith Haring - Growing 4

Original 1988
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Lot number: 1049
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Lot# 1049 Keith Haring (1958-1990 New York ''Growing 4'' color screenprint on paper under Plexiglas image size: 28.25'' H x 38.25'' W signed dated and numbered lower right: K. Haring 88 88/100 and with the artist's device with the publisher's blindstamp and date lower left: MLLE (c) 1988. Literature: Klaus Littmann p. 91. Note: Paper size: 30'' H x 40'' W. Published by Martin Lawrence Limited Editions New York NY. The ''Growing Collection'' features 5 similar works in Haring?s typical black and white with pops of primary colors. They each speak to Haring's unique and visually compelling style which incorporates a pop-art take on tribal imagery with messages of birth death sex and war. . Provenance: Private Collection Malibu , CA. Condition: Visual: Generally good condition. Very minor creases in the upper corners. Framed floating and hinged to the back mat.
Keith Haring - Luna Luna Karussell (a Poetic Extravaganza!)

Keith Haring - Luna Luna Karussell (a Poetic Extravaganza!)

Original 1986
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Lot number: 40
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Keith Haring, Luna Luna Karussell (A Poetic Extravaganza!) 1986 Color offset on yellow cardboard Germany, 1986 Keith Haring (1958-1990) – US-American painter, draftsman and sculptor Signed ‘K. Haring’’’’ as well as dated ‘86’’’’ in black felt pen Signed in the plate ‘„© K. Haring 86’’’’ On the inside typographically inscribed ‘Luna Luna Karussel von Keith Haring’’’’ Verso with copyright note ‘„© 1986 Luna Luna Freizeitanlagen GmbH’’’’ Van der Meer Paper Design Limited, Langley Printed, assembled and bound by Carvajal S.A., Cali, Columbia Dimensions (flipped open): 24 x 61 x 30.5 cm Dimensions (folded up): 30.5 x 30.5 cm Multicolored pop-up carousel for the major art project ‘Luna Luna’’’’ by André Heller
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