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Untitled (1982) by Keith Haring.
Keith Allen Haring (Reading, Pensilvania, 4 de mayo de 1958 – Nueva York, 16 de febrero de 1990) tried to combine art, music and fashion in his work, breaking down barriers between these fields. The typical iconography of his simple drawings includes animals and dancing figures, dogs, crawling babies, pyramids, televisions, telephones and flying saucers.
Artists like Haring sought to make images that were accessible, simple and generic enough so that they could be accepted by anyone without critical intervention.
Although the “ideological” content drawn by Haring is premeditated, the creative process is strictly intuitive. There is no outline, no preliminary preparation, Haring starts and ends without preparation.