Place:Palazzo Tarasconi Strada Farini, 37 Parma
Hours: from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 7.30pm. Closed on Monday and Tuesday except on festivities.
Prices: full price 14,00 €, concessions disabled – groups over 15 people – Journalists with press id – under 26 -over 65 12,00 €, VIP package 20,00 € (ticket + pocket guide); schools 6,00 € min 15 and max 25 students, family 40,00 € 2 adults, 2 children under 18, disabled carer, under 5.
From 16 September 2023 to 4 February 2024
Palazzo Tarasconi, Parma
Over 130 works by the most famous pop artist of the 80s, coming from a private collection, including lithographs, serigraphs, drawings on paper and posters, illustrate the entire span of Haring’s short but prolific career, examining different aspects of his life and the artist’s output, including subway drawings and street art, exhibitions in some of New York’s most famous galleries, the Pop Shop, and his commercial work.
The exhibition project aims to be a tribute to the artist, a passionate supporter of social justice who has always dedicated himself to young people around the world, supporting their health and their rights and at the same time supporting their creative development.
Over the course of his brief career, Keith Haring (1958-1990) rewrote the rules of contemporary art, integrating the seemingly discrete arenas of downtown New York’s gritty counterculture and those of the artistic aristocracy of uptown.
Paintings, prints, posters, drawings, sculptures and street art, Haring’s style is unmistakable. He made himself known through his art, fighting in defense of civil rights and against discrimination. Despite the dense meaning of all his works, many are without an explanation and above all they are nameless, this is to leave the public an active role in the creation of the work, in step with the artist himself.
The exhibition is produced by GCR and General Service and Security. The Artistic and Production Direction is entrusted to WeAreBeside.
The Keith Haring exhibition. Radiant Vision is a traveling project possible thanks to Pan Art Connections.
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