Seldom-seen Keith Haring artworks at Mana Contemporary

November 30, 2012

With their universal concepts, playful imagery and distinct visual rhythms, Keith Haring’s works continue to seduce folks of all ages from across the globe.  Opening this Sunday, December 2, from 1-5pm at Mana Contemporary’s huge first-floor gallery, Keith Haring showcases a collection of seldom-seen Haring pieces on a range of surfaces.  Here is a brief preview:

Untitled, 1983, Acrylic on leather

Dog, 1986, painted plywood with silkscreen


Untitled, 1982, marker on wood

And of particular interest to us New York City street art lovers are oversized metal panels originally spray-painted in 1984 on the FDR Drive

Organized by 99 Cents Fine Art, New York, the exhibit also features several of Keith Haring’s subway drawings. Mana Contemporary is located at 888 Newark Avenue, in Jersey City — just a short ride from Manhattan.

Photos by Lenny Collado and Lois Stavsky

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Jason May 1, 2015 at 5:58 am

Keith Haring is the best artist, in my opinion. I would like to see these rare paintings in one of his exhibitions soon.


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