Discover more than eight public artworks left behind by famous artist Keith Haring for all New Yorkers to enjoy!
The legendary American Neo-expressionist artist Jean-Michel Basquiat was born today, December 22, 1960. Had he lived, he would have been
The NYC filming locations for tick, tick ...Boom!, the story of Jonathan Larson, the composer and playwright of the rock musical Rent.
For a limited time, a mural by Haring and his collaborator Angel Ortiz (LA II) — never before seen in New York City — will go on view at the New York City Center, a performing arts center in Midtown.
Hospitals may not be the first places that come to mind when you think of where to see works of
Artist Keith Haring definitively left his mark throughout New York City, from murals like Crack is Wack in Harlem to
Exciting news: Keith Haring's Crack is Wack mural on the handball courts in East Harlem is now fully restored. The beloved mural, which served as a warning to crack cocaine addiction, has undergone numerous paint overs and repaintings since it was first created by Haring in 1986.
“Chauffeur to the Stars” Auctions Off Counter-Culture Memorabilia Including Keith Haring and Basquiat Paintings
Ronny Sunshine is auctioning off a trove of art and memorabilia, gifted to him directly from the likes of Andy Warhol, the Grateful Dead and Keith Haring.
As a preview of Art in the Open: Fifty Years of Public Art in New York, we've rounded up 10 highlights and notable works that are featured in the MCNY exhibit.
Take a look at 10 corporate lobbies in NYC that display a wide variety of wonderful and unique pieces of art to liven up the dreary, impersonal atmosphere.