The scarce exhibition pamphlet for "Matrix 75: Keith Haring, New York City Subway Drawings" that took place at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, CT from June-August, 1983. Matrix is a still on-going series of contemporary art exhibits that began in 1975 to present experimental and challenging art. It was an early solo show for Haring. Essay by Andrea Miller-Keller. The Matrix exhibition pamphlets were 3-hole punched so they could be collected in a binder. The blue fold-out of images sometimes associated or mentioned along with this booklet...
The oversize exhibition postcard for Haring's first one-person commercial gallery show in Europe. Printed in black and white with an orange fluorescent border on heavy stock, coated on one side. The same image (including the exhibition information lettered by Haring) was also made into a print edition of approximately 70 copies.
Condition: Near Fine, faint toning at card edges; unmailed.
The poster for a publicity stunt wedding that took place on June 6, 1985 on the catwalk of a billboard above Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. The Winkie was an electronic toy made by Xtronx, Inc. of San Francisco that hoped to be the pet rock of the late 1980s. Dr. Winkie (Lawrence Lin) was the owner of San Francisco's famous club DV8, where Haring had painted large murals. The bride and groom, Penny Floyd and Jeffrey Stuart, had met on the same billboard several months eariler where Jeffrey, among...
A set of four Keith Haring "Andy Mouse" postcards with silver metallic printing, produced in Amsterdam in 1986. Haring had a major solo exhibition at Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum that same year. The ceiling mural (on canvas) that Haring painted as a centerpiece for the exhibit was recently restored and put back on display at the museum. Haring's "Andy Mouse" works melded images of Andy Warhol, Mickey Mouse and Haring's own iconography. The works were signed by both Haring and Warhol.