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Art.com and The Keith Haring Foundation have collaborated to present more than 60 iconic works by the late artist. The Keith Haring Foundation, established in 1989, preserves Haring's artistic and philanthropic legacy through the circulation of his art, and through charitable contributions. SHOP COLLECTION
  • QUOTABLE POLAROIDS

    Created by Art.com in collaboration with The Keith Haring Foundation, these prints pair portraits of Haring shot in a photobooth with his commentary on art and life. SHOP NOW
  • POP SHOP

    Haring's populist attitude was central to both his imagery and the way it was distributed. He opened his Pop Shop in 1986 to make his images more accessible to the public. SHOP NOW
  • SUBWAY DRAWINGS

    In the 1980s, Haring's chalk drawings began to appear in subway stations across New York City. The notoriety helped propel his career and establish him as an artist of the people. SHOP NOW
  • LOVE OF LINE

    Spontaneous gestures, patterns and kinetic energy are consistent themes in Haring's work, especially these stream-of-consciousness, comic-strip-like drawings. SHOP NOW
  • ACTIVISM

    Activism
    Street life in New York City, drugs, nuclear weapons, AIDS… no topic was off limits to Haring, who made social activism a central component of his artistic career. SHOP NOW
  • TRIBUTE TO FRIENDS

    Tribute to Friends
    The friends Haring made, including artists Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol and Kenny Scharf, inspired the works in this collection. SHOP NOW

PAINTING MYSELF INTO A CORNER, KEITH HARING, 1979

This rarely seen video was produced while Haring studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City from 1978-1979. He wrote in his journal at that time, "I am becoming much more aware of movement. The importance of movement is intensified when a painting becomes a performance. The performance (the act of painting) becomes as important as the resulting painting."

Photos and artworks © Keith Haring Foundation. www.haring.com Licensed by Artestar, New York. www.artestar.com