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Keith Haring
Alexandra Kulossa
382283145X
November 2004
Paperback
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Keith Haring: I Wish I Didn't Have to Sleep!
Keith Haring
3791318152
April 1997
Hardcover
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Book Description
Lightness and irony, pleasure and happiness, inventiveness and energy: Keith Haring had them all. And so did his art. With thick black lines, bright signs, and striking symbols, he created unmistakable, vibrant pictures that tell of friendship, fun, feelings, and the imagination.

Language Notes
Text: English
Original Language: German

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Keith Haring
John Gruen
0756779901
May 1991
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Consisting of interviews with the late graffiti/pop artist, his family, friends and acquaintances, this pastiche reads like preliminary notes for a biography, although some appreciations are eloquent and touching. Illustrations. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From Library Journal
Gruen tells the fascinating story of Haring, from his phenomenal rise on the international art scene as graffiti artist extraordinaire, whose "radiant child" became a worldwide symbol of the Eighties pop culture, to his tragic death from AIDS at the age of 31. The book focuses on Haring's creative talent--including sculpture, painting, murals, and graphic art projects--and on his compulsive work habits,...


Keith Haring
Germano Celant (Editor)
3791312340
October 1992
Paperback
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Language Notes
Text: Italian --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


Dance
Keith Haring
0821225553
May 1999
Hardcover
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Book Description
Images of hearts and lovers figure prominently in his artistic vocabulary. Love collects forty of his most lovely images and combines them with You!, a love poem written by Haring as a teenager. For lovers of any age, Love expresses in pictures what cannot be said in words. Dance was a major influence on Haring, and collected here are forty of his most compelling images of dance in all its various expressions. With a simple, fluid line, Haring created energetic dancing characters ranging from hip-hopping chickens to a ballerina in full arabesque. These joyful drawings are matched with insightful entries from his journals, which reveal his thoughts on life, dance, and art.


Angels
Nancy Grubb
0789204037
June 1997
Hardcover
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Keith Haring
Alexandra Kolossa
3822831468
February 2005
Paperback
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Keith Haring Coloring Book
Keith Haring
1881270513
Sept 1992
Paperback
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Keith Haring
CHARTA
8881581493

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My First Coloring Book
Keith Haring
1881270610
Sept 1993
Paperback
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Session with Keith Haring: 20 Photographs
Jeannette Montgomery Barron (Photographer)
3935567294
January 2005
Hardcover
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Book Description
The photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron, whose subjects have included Andy Warhol and Cindy Sherman, was introduced to Keith Haring in his New York studio in 1985. That meeting led to the series of photographs now being published here for the first time, a pictorial dialogue between the meticulously observing Montgomery Barron and the stylized icon Haring that unfolds with its own dramatic narrative. For Montgomery Barron, observation is a means of immersing herself in her subject. Being observed enabled Haring to play with perception in a way viewers will recognize from his works. Session with Keith Haring invites us to take part in this encounter and to let Haring come to life again before our eyes.


Too Many Frogs!
Sandy Asher
0399239782
February 2005
Hardcover
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From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 1–Rabbit has a well-scripted, predictable life until Froggie knocks on his door one night. His guest loves to listen to this big blue rabbit with oversized ears read a story and likes it even more when he has prepared himself a snack or gotten cozy–night after night. Polite Rabbit refrains from refusing entry until Froggie shows up with his entire family. As he settles himself down to read alone, however, he realizes that he misses Froggie and invites the whole crew in. The humorous illustrations create empathy for Rabbit but also for Froggie, who is genuinely delighted to listen to a story. The varied facial expressions lend credence to the adage "A picture is worth a thousand words." The simple text may say "but before he could begin, there was that knock-knockety-knocking...


Keith Haring: Journey of the Radiant Baby
Keith Haring (Illustrator)
1593730527
March 2006
Hardcover
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Book Description
Examines Haring's artistic relationship with youth culture, from Disney and Smurfs to his own Radiant Baby, graffiti, hip-hop and the East Village club scene.


Nina's Book of Little Things
Keith Haring
3791324535
September 2000
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
In July 1988, pop artist Haring (1958-1990) created an empty scrapbook for Nina Clemente, a friend's daughter, on the occasion of her seventh birthday. He intended Nina to build a miscellany of "little things" like lists, doodles and stickers. This facsimile extends the invitation to the artist's fans. Professionally bound like any coffee-table edition, this volume still carries a trace of its homemade aesthetic and its speedy, but affectionate, creation. Haring's playful comments are hand-printed in black or silver marker, and his signature icons of round-headed people and pointy-eared dogs dance on the margins of the matte white pages. Each spread comes with whimsical instructions. Spaces are reserved for "things I saw at the circus" and "little songs I learned." One page pictures a red umbrella and reads,...

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