In 1980, mysterious chalk drawings of simple outline figures began appearing on unused advertising space in New York City's subway stations. ...Show synopsisIn 1980, mysterious chalk drawings of simple outline figures began appearing on unused advertising space in New York City's subway stations. Combining the appeal of Disney cartoons with the sophisticated "primitivism" of such artists as Jean Dubuffet, these underground artworks were bold, humorous, accessible, subversive--and unmistakably the work of one man, Keith Haring. This is the first look back at this singular talent. 325 illustrations, 175 in color.Hide synopsis
Description:Good. 0821224662 3 x 6 inch stain on front cover, cloth bound...Good. 0821224662 3 x 6 inch stain on front cover, cloth bound without dust jacket, pages are clean and free of markings, light wear to corners and edges, ships same day or next.
Description:Very good. Decorated end papers. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards...Very good. Decorated end papers. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 288 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Oversized (32 x 31 cm. ) Ships Media Mail ONLY. --This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition "Keith Haring" at the Whitney Museum of Modern Art, June 25-September 21, 1997. --Includes a Selected Exhibition History, bibliography, and a list of works in the exhibition.
Description:Very Good. No Jacket. Very Good hardcover edition without a...Very Good. No Jacket. Very Good hardcover edition without a dust jacket as issued. Long black remainder mark on the top edge. A very nice clean copy that shows only light use.
Publisher: Bulfinch Press. Little, Brown & Company,
Description:Near fine (lettering on cover and spine rubbed) copy. Interior...Near fine (lettering on cover and spine rubbed) copy. Interior fine. 4to. Photograph available on request. Illustrated in black, white and color. Folding plates.
Description:Very Good with no dust jacket. 9780821224663. Remainder stripe,...Very Good with no dust jacket. 9780821224663. Remainder stripe, owner's inscription to front fly-leaf. Binding tight and straight, inner pages unmarked. Color decorative endpapers. Color frontis. Color and b/w illustrations. Contents include: Songs of Innocence at the Nuclear Pyre, Keith Haring's American Beauty, Why The Dogs Are Barking, A Conversation, Haring and the Dance, and Keith 'R' Us.
Publisher: Whitney Museum of American Art / Bulfinch Press,
Description:Keith Haring. As New. No Jacket as Issued. Folio-over 12"-15"...Keith Haring. As New. No Jacket as Issued. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Very minor rub of yellow title letters on front cover of red cloth-covered boards, otherwise Fine. In partially opened publisher's shrinkwrap, intact with description label on the plastic wrap. Published in conjunction with exhibition at the Whitney June 25-September 21, 1997. Illus. in color and B&W. Incl. Selected Exhibition History, Selected Biblio, and Works in the Exhibition. 296 pp. Large, heavy book.
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