Keith Haring’s Journals, One Page Per Day

Posted on: March 27th, 2012 at 6:28 am by

Keith Haring fans can now obtain a more personal snapshot of the iconic downtown artist, all through his personal diaries. In conjunction with the new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, the Keith Haring Foundation is publishing one page from his journals each day for the duration of the show.

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1971 at age 13; Photo Credit: Keith Haring Tumblr

The selections featured on the Keith Haring Tumblr were handpicked and scanned from logs written between 1971 and 1989. Head over to the Brooklyn Museum to see the exhibit, chronicling his early artwork from the overlapping period of 1978 – 1982. It’s on display until July 8.

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[h/t @LiberationNYC]

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