Exhibition 'Keith Haring'
From 6 December 2019 until 19 April 2020

#expoKeithHaring

►Every day (except Mondays) from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
►Nocturnes every Thursday until 9 p.m.

Info: bit.ly/KeithHaring-exhibit

BOZAR presents a major retrospective of the legendary American artist, Keith Haring. As a friend and artistic companion to Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring was a unique figure in 1980s New York. He played a key role in counterculture by creating an instantly recognisable style.

Haring is primarily known for his iconic motifs: barking dogs, crawling babies and flying saucers. He strived to make art “public” by displaying it in his Pop Shop, the media or in subway stations and collective urban spaces. He drew inspiration from abstract expressionism, pop art, Japanese calligraphy and the work of New York graffiti artists. His singular, seemingly spontaneous style embodied the energy of his time, from space travel to hip-hop and video games. His powerful work is still relevant today.

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Organised by Tate Liverpool in collaboration with BOZAR - Centre for Fine Arts Brussels and Museum Folkwang, Essen.

Exhibition: Keith Haring

Du Vendredi 06 décembre 10h00
au Dimanche 19 avril 18h00

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Exhibition 'Keith Haring'
From 6 December 2019 until 19 April 2020

#expoKeithHaring

►Every day (except Mondays) from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
►Nocturnes every Thursday until 9 p.m.

Info: bit.ly/KeithHaring-exhibit

BOZAR presents a major retrospective of the legendary American artist, Keith Haring. As a friend and artistic companion to Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring was a unique figure in 1980s New York. He played a key role in counterculture by creating an instantly recognisable style.

Haring is primarily known for his iconic motifs: barking dogs, crawling babies and flying saucers. He strived to make art “public” by displaying it in his Pop Shop, the media or in subway stations and collective urban spaces. He drew inspiration from abstract expressionism, pop art, Japanese calligraphy and the work of New York graffiti artists. His singular, seemingly spontaneous style embodied the energy of his time, from space travel to hip-hop and video games. His powerful work is still relevant today.

Are you younger than 30? Lucky you! Save 50% online only!

Organised by Tate Liverpool in collaboration with BOZAR - Centre for Fine Arts Brussels and Museum Folkwang, Essen.

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BOZAR

Rue Ravensteinstraat 23, 1000 Région de -Capitale
Bruxelles
Belgique


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