Coverbild Keith Haring
Keith Haring
Das druckgraphische Werk 1982-1990
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Edited by: Klaus Littmann
Texts by: Julia Gruen, Werner Jehle
German, English, French
January 1993 , 192 Pages , 0 Ills.
310mm x 240mm
ISBN: 978-3-8932-2555-2
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As a child of Pop Art, Keith Haring (1958-1990) grew up with comics and cartoons, the neon phenomenon of mass culture, and everything he made was intended for rapid distribution and universal use. During his ten year career he continually turned his simple chalk drawings and labyrinth of lines into lithographs, silk screens, relief prints and etchings. Throughout his career Haring's work dealt with issues of violence, money, sex, AIDS,religion and racism. This book presents the Flowers, the Bad Boys, the White Icons, the silk screen illustrations for Apocalypse and the etching sequence From the Valley as well as the 1991 silk screen Blueprint Drawings series.
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