Keith Haring’s “Untitled (Fertility Suite)” (1983)

The Keith Haring show at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery is pretty impressive. It felt like the best of the 1980s. The black light room they have set up in the back with a small boom box playing eighties music makes it all worthwhile.

Included in the show are some classic subway drawings and typical Haring zaniness.

My full set of Keith Haring: 20th Anniversary exhibition at Tony Shafrazi Gallery.

3 responses to “Keith Haring’s “Untitled (Fertility Suite)” (1983)”

  1. libhomo Avatar

    I love the guy with the green face.

  2. […] Haring, 20th Anniversary, at Tony Shafrazi Gallery, through April 3. Hrag Vartanian has pix of the fertility suite. (Photos by C-M.) 0 Comments Tags: 20th anniversary, Keith Haring, tony shafrazi […]

  3. celso Avatar

    the green face is a collab with LAII, you can see a LAROC on his forehead 🙂

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