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Inside Keith Haring’s last apartment. Photo by Nancy Elizabeth Hill, courtesy of Sotheby’s. Artist Keith Haring definitively left his mark
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.
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.
Twenty permanent art installations situated along the southern tip of Manhattan from The Battery, through Battery City Park, to Nelson A. Rockefeller Park.
Ttop NYC outdoor art installations for September 2015 at the High Line, Plaza 33, SeaGlass Carousel, Pacific Park Brooklyn, 100 Gates in the Lower East Side.
Penn Station has taken on the look of summer with a pedestrian plaza & sculpture work by Roy Lichtenstein & Keith Haring plus a pop-up market by Broadway Bites.
Historic Battery Park was where the early immigrants landed in NYC and today, the 23-acre The Battery is the largest public open space in Downtown NYC