Pace to Present Keith Haring Prints at New York’s The Art ShowFocusing on the prolific artist’s fascination with Mesoamerican cultures.
The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) will present its annual Art Show this week in New York’s Upper East Side. To add to the event, Pace will hold an exhibition of prints and multiples from Keith Haring‘s illustrious archives.
Haring was heavily inspired by the Mesoamerican traditions rooted in visual hieroglyphic forms of communication. He would be inspired to use similar color pairings and graphic elements within his own work, which spoke to the social concerns and debates of the 1970s and 80s. As has become a hallmark to Haring’s prolific career, the artist would layer symbols within symbols to demonstrate a masterful use of line in works such as Pyramid (1989), Dog (1985) and his Totem series.
In conjunction with the Keith Haring Foundation, Pace Prints at ADAA: The Art Show will be on view from November 4 to 7 at the address below. For more information, please visit The Art Show’s website.
On the opposite coast, MOCA is presenting a hypnotic audio-visual exhibition by Pipilotti Rist.
The Art Show
Park Avenue at 67th Street
New York, NY 10065