- American Beauty
- An Afternoon with Keith, 2005
- Bathed in Heraclitan Fire
- Between Politics and Mythology, 2005
- Body Language: Keith Haring an…
- Conversation with Keith Haring, 2005
- Disegno e Colore: The Reconcil…
- Drawing the Line: The Graphic …, 2005
- Funny How Things Turn Out
- Haring – Art in Transit
- Haring All-Over, 1999
- Heaven and Hell
- His Art Is His Life, 2005
- Introduction To Art In Transit
- Keith Haring, 2005
- Keith Haring and Czech Art
- Keith Haring, An Intimate Conv…, 1989
- Keith Haring: Art and Commerce
- Keith Haring: In The Moment
- Keith Haring: The Diamond, the…, 2005
- Keith Haring. A Great Artist, …, 2005
- Keith’s Kids, 1997
- Kid Haring, 1997
- Memories, 2005
- Milan, 1984, 2005
- No Boundaries, 2007
- O Livro da Vida, 2010
- On the Shoulders of Giants. Ke…, 2005
- Paradise Garage, 2001
- Radiant Eros: Keith Haring and…
- Requiem for the Degas of the B…, 1990
- Sex is Life is Sex
- The Marriage of Heaven and Hel…
- The Radiant (Christ) Child, 2007
- The Ten Commandments, An Inter…, 1985
- Thou Shalt Be a Bit Rude, 2001
- Untitled, 2005
A discussion of Keith Haring’s life and work as an embodiment of energy.
“In May 1985, Keith and Kenny arrived on time at my studio for what I promised would be a quick portrait.” Greenfield-Sanders describes a photo-shoot with Haring and other artists.
Gianni Mercurio interviews Peter Halley about Haring’s work.
The aim of the following essay is to place Keith Haring’s work, the content and form of which are examined in detail in the other essays in the catalogue, in the context of the painting of his time.
Keith Haring talks about his life and his development as an artist.
Each of these men and his music and art informed the work and lifestyle of Keith Haring.
Gehring investigates how “the conflict between ‘disegno’ and ‘colore’, first picked out as a central theme by Vasari” is played out in Haring’s work.
“With few exceptions, critical interest in an artist’s drawings has depended on achievements in other and, by implication, more “serious” genres like painting or sculpture…. …the role of the drawing in Keith Haring’s oeuvre reverses this traditional pattern.”
“Club 57 is where I first met Keith Haring. I thought he seemed quite a shy guy at first…”