APOCALYPSE 8 – Keith Haring

Title: Apocalypse 8
Year: 1988
Medium: Silkscreen
Size: 38 X 38″
Edition of 90


Keith Haring was a big part of New York art scene of the 1980s. He created colorful motifs and thought-provoking pieces commenting on the political and social themes of the time—particularly homosexuality and AIDS, which he was diagnosed with in 1988.

Since his death in 1990, his legacy continues to influence filmmakers, musicians and more, with a profound impact on contemporary popular culture. As such, his limited works in the public domain are of incredibly high value. Explore the Keith Haring art we have for sale here at ArtLife.