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Lives of Artists: Keith Haring by Simon Doonan

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Revolutionary and renegade, Keith Haring was an artist for the people, creating an instantly recognizable repertoire of symbols: barking dogs, space-ships, crawling babies, clambering faceless people, which became synonymous with the volatile culture of 1980s. Like a careening, preening pinball, Keith Haring playfully slammed into all aspects of this decade: hip-hop, new-wave, graffiti, funk, art, style and LGBT culture, and brought them together.

Simon Doonan knew Haring personally and encountered his passion and talent first-hand. An accomplished author and activist himself, Doonan writes with clarity and empathy about Haring's unpretentious, inspiring attitude.

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Signed copies while supplies last. Order yours before they're gone.

Revolutionary and renegade, Keith Haring was an artist for the people, creating an instantly recognizable repertoire of symbols: barking dogs, space-ships, crawling babies, clambering faceless people, which became synonymous with the volatile culture of 1980s. Like a careening, preening pinball, Keith Haring playfully slammed into all aspects of this decade: hip-hop, new-wave, graffiti, funk, art, style and LGBT culture, and brought them together.

Simon Doonan knew Haring personally and encountered his passion and talent first-hand. An accomplished author and activist himself, Doonan writes with clarity and empathy about Haring's unpretentious, inspiring attitude.

  • Hardcover
  • 128 pages
  • Laurence King Publishing (February 23, 2021)
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