The work of the renowned social activist and graffiti artist Keith Haring is on display in a an exhibition at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris, France until August 18th, 2013.
Entitled “Keith Haring: The Political Line”, the collection features over 250 sculptures and drawings which serve to highlight Mr. Haring’s bold political perspectives at the height of his career in the late 1980s.
Other themes prevalent in Haring’s work include mass consumption, racism, capitalism, violence, religion, injustice, nuclear war, the destruction of the environment, homophobia and AIDS. Known for his frank manner in communicating subjects that were taboo at the time, Mr. Haring’s work is most often characterised by cartoon-like characters, prominent, bold lines and bright colours.
To read more about the exhibition from France24, please click here.