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Keith Haring

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'The hefty tome incorporates more than a decade of research and a trove of unpublished photographic and written material ranging from chalk drawings to subway murals and the famous body painting of Grace Jones. A major, well-deserved tribute to the late artist, this handsome offering is a fan's dream-come-true' - Indulge Magazine

A definitive book of the artist's life and work

Containing a wealth of unpublished materials, and representing a decade of work and research, it promises to be the definitive book on the artist's life and work. Beginning with his very first collages and early subway tags - including many heretofore unseen photographs of the first ephemeral chalk drawings - through the development of the iconic graphic work now synonymous with his name, the book follows his meteoric rise to international stardom and worldwide recognition.

Completely unprecedented in its scope, this volume documents everything from sketches to unedited interviews; personal snapshots to party invitations, bringing to life an extraordinary decade in art and history.

Details
  • Author: Jeffrey Deitch
  • Hardcover: 528 pages | 600 illustrations
  • Date published: April 2014
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780847842988
  • Dimensions: 26.2 x 24.7 cm

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