Keith Haring believed that art was for everyone, and he really put this into practice. That's why he painted the streets - he was one of the first Street Artists - and spoke of issues of global significance, always fighting racism and corruption.

The artist was recently granted an exhibition which will showcase 130 works in the de Young Museum in SF. "The Political Line" will show the art of the artist and his responses to social inequality, the destruction of the environment and the excesses of capitalism. Expect many paintings, some large-scale, drawings, sculptures and even some of the art seen in metro stations. Unmissable!


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