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Keith Haring

Tate Liverpool

14 Jun - 10 Nov 2019

This exhibition – the first major survey dedicated to Keith Haring (1958–90) in the UK – takes a broad look at this versatile artist’s work, from his anti-apartheid and AIDS activism to his many collaborations with his artistic peers as well as musicians and fashion designers. The show also includes a number of large-scale paintings that have not been shown in the UK before, for which Haring drew on a range of influences including Pop art, abstraction, Chinese calligraphy and the graffiti of the New York streets. Find out more from the Tate’s website.

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Untitled (1983), Keith Haring.

Untitled (1983), Keith Haring. © Keith Haring Foundation

Ignorance = Fear (1989), Keith Haring.

Ignorance = Fear (1989), Keith Haring. © Keith Haring Foundation

Crack Down! (1986), Keith Haring.

Crack Down! (1986), Keith Haring. © Keith Haring Foundation

Untitled (1983), Keith Haring.

Untitled (1983), Keith Haring. © Keith Haring Foundation

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