USA-1, 1984 , Oil on burlap, 24.5 x 21.5 inches

With primary colors, gestural forms and the perfect squiggly line, Keith Haring crafted a visual language all his own. Devoted to accessibility and popularity in his work, Haring privileged all things democratic and DIY, painting his radiant forms throughout the New York subway system and dispensing them on buttons sold for $1. Haring's highly proliferated pop art most often served a social message, helping collapse the space between art and activism in the brightest of colors.

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