In the 1980s, you couldn’t take a subway in New York without seeing the iconic graffiti images of Keith Haring. After his death at 31, from AIDS in 1990, his cave-drawing like images made him one of the major faces of art for the people.
Opening today and running through Nov. 13, the New-York Historical Society will show a small but impressive installation of 10 pieces of the influential artist’s work and collaborations. . . .
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