Pisa 89 1989
Pisa 89 1989
Pisa 89 1989
Pisa 89 1989
Pisa 89 1989

Pisa 89 1989

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Keith Haring (1958-1990) remains an iconic figure known for his distinctive blend of graffiti-inspired visuals and social activism. Haring's 1989 poster for "Pisa 89" is a shining example of his unique style, and it serves as a powerful testament to the artist's unwavering commitment to using his work as a platform for change.

Keith Haring's artistic career was marked by his unique fusion of visual art and social activism. His signature style consisted of bold lines, vibrant colors, and iconic motifs like radiant babies and dancing figures. Haring's work was a reaction to the social and political climate of his time, addressing issues like apartheid, AIDS, and LGBTQ+ rights. His art was a form of both visual expression and a means of provoking thought and discussion.

Keith Haring was an advocate for art as activism, believing that it had the power to reach people, spark conversations, and drive change. The "Pisa 89" poster, like many of his works, was a form of artistic activism. It carried a message of unity and peace, both locally and globally, aligning with the broader goals of the "Il Treno della Pace" event.

Keith Haring's "Pisa 89" poster stands as an enduring symbol of the artist's commitment to using art as a vehicle for social and political change. Beyond its promotional function, the poster continues to inspire and serve as a reminder of the power of art in conveying messages of hope, unity, and peace.

Exhibition - Italy

Comune di pisa - Provincial di pisa

Computer Grafica Roma

Very good condition

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