This three-eyed monster conveys feelings of paranoia and anxiety through its exaggerated smile and beneath repetitive features. It projects a strained and grim outlook, but maintain’s Haring’s typical humorous countenance. Keith Haring created this in his final years, beset with AIDS and aware of his eventual death.

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Accompanied by a certificate signed, numbered, and dated by the artist

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Frame: 75 x 100 x 1 in (190.5 x 254 x 2.54 cm)

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Keith Haring (American, 1958-1990) was an artist and activist who became a star of the 1980s New York City art scene. Along with Jean-Michel Basquiat, Haring was a central figure in Warhol's creative and social circle. Through his public murals, subway drawings, as well as his prints and paintings, Haring created a range of images that have become internationally recognized and heavily iconicized across a bevy of genres and industries.

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Untitled, 1988
Lot Number 5
Acrylic and screenprint on polyester
76 x 112 in (193.04 x 284.48 cm)
Edition of 10
4 AP
Accompanied by a certificate signed, numbered, and dated by the artist

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  • Dimensions
    76 x 112 in (193.04 x 284.48 cm)