Keith Haring is a world-renowned graffiti artist and his clean, graphic and totemic images appear on everything from subways in New York to museums in Melbourne. Keith Haring travelled extensively and at the height of his fame, he visited Australia in 1984. Melding new scholarship on the visual arts of the early 1980s, this book vividly weaves Haring’s animated art with the audacious work of Australian artists into a forceful, urban cultural history.
Author: Andrew Montana
Publisher: Australian Scholarly Publishing
Number of pages: 144