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Keith Haring illustrated announcement for Gay/Lesbian Pride Day New York, 1986

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    By Keith Haring
    Located in NEW YORK, NY
    Keith Haring Hiroshima 1988: Rare 1988 7” Japanese vinyl record featuring original artwork by Keith Haring. Truly vibrant colors that make for stand-out wall art and unique vintage Keith Haring collectible. Rare and not to be passed upon. *1st Pressing 1988 (not a re-issue) Medium: Off-Set Lithograph on vinyl record cover and labels. Dimensions: 7 x 7 inches. Plate signed on lower right & dated 1988 by Haring Light signs of handling; otherwise good to very overall vintage condition. Includes the original record (very good condition). Haring off-set illustrations appearing throughout the exterior and interior covers and record labels. _ Keith Haring Album Art: a brief history:  Whether collaborating with Grace Jones, Andy Warhol, and Jean-Michel Basquiat, regularly frequenting clubs like Paradise Garage alongside close friend Larry Levan, or sketching DJ robots, New York artist and activist Keith Haring’s work was deeply entwined with the music world lending his vision to sounds by everyone from David Bowie to Run DMC. Looking for something cool to complement this work? Please feel free to browse additional items like this from Jean Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring & more on our 1stDibs gallery page.  Related Categories Keith Haring prints. Keith Haring figurative. East Village art. Street art. 80s graffiti. Pop Art. Keith Haring animals.
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    1980s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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    Lithograph, Offset

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    Located in NEW YORK, NY
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    Located in NEW YORK, NY
    Milton Glaser Temple University Music Festival, 1975: Vintage original 1970s Milton Glaser poster designed by Milton Glaser on the occasion of the T...
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    1960s Pop Art Figurative Prints

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    Offset, Lithograph

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    By Raymond Pettibon
    Located in NEW YORK, NY
    Rare original 1980s Raymond Pettibon record cover art: Set of 4 individual Raymond Pettibon illustrated record albums accompanied by their orig...
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    1980s Pop Art Prints and Multiples

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  • Raymond Pettibon illustrated Punk flyer 1996 (Raymond Pettibon ounk)
    By Raymond Pettibon
    Located in NEW YORK, NY
    Raymond Pettibon illustrated Punk flyer 1996:
 Super rare 1996 punk flyer illustrated by Raymond Pettibon for a Los Angeles, CA venue where Pettibon performed among friends (Pettibon presented as a performer on mid lower right). Imagery references Charles Manson - a revolving character of Pettibon´s since the early 1980s. Here Pettibon presents Manson being worshiped by a punk rocker with a mohawk under the shadow of the text, Helter Skelter - a Manson cult movement named after the famous Beatles White album song of the same name. Medium: Offset printed Punk flyer. Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches. Very good overall vintage condition. Unsigned from an edition of unknown. Further History:
 Between the years 1978 and 1986 Raymond Pettibon (aka, Raymond Pettibon; St. Pettibone) produced a now historic amassment of graphic works for seminal Southern California punk bands such as Black Flag, the Dead Kennedys...
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    1990s Pop Art Nude Prints

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    Lithograph, Offset

  • Raymond Pettibon Black Flag 1983 (Raymond Pettibon punk)
    By Raymond Pettibon
    Located in NEW YORK, NY
    Raymond Pettibon Black Flag 1983: Rare early 1980's Black Flag punk flyer illustrated by Raymond Pettibon for Eastern Front '83, a concert headlined by the punk rock band Black Flag and featuring the Meat Puppets, The Dicks, The Stains, Saint Vitus, Suicidal Tendencies...
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    1980s Pop Art Nude Prints

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    Offset, Lithograph

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  • Vintage Pop Art 1997 Offset Lithograph Larry Rivers Music Poster Hamptons NY
    By Larry Rivers
    Located in Surfside, FL
    Larry Rivers "The Music Festival of the Hamptons / July 18-27 1997" poster, Not hand signed. [Dimensions: 24" H x 18" W] Larry Rivers (born Yitzroch Loiza Grossberg) (1923 – 2002) was an American artist, musician, filmmaker, and occasional actor. Considered by many scholars to be the "Godfather" and "Grandfather" of Pop art, he was one of the first artists to merge non-objective, non-narrative art with narrative and objective abstraction. Rivers took up painting in 1945 and studied at the Hans Hofmann School from 1947–48. He earned a BA in art education from New York University in 1951. His work was quickly acquired by the Museum of Modern Art. A 1953 painting Washington Crossing the Delaware was damaged in fire at the museum five years later. He was a pop artist of the New York School, reproducing everyday objects of American popular culture as art. He was one of eleven New York artists featured in the opening exhibition at the Terrain Gallery in 1955 along with Paul Mommer, Leonard Baskin, Peter Grippe During the early 1960s Rivers lived in the Hotel Chelsea, notable for its artistic residents such as Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Leonard Cohen, Arthur C. Clarke, Dylan Thomas, Sid Vicious and multiple people associated with Andy Warhol Factory and where he brought several of his French nouveau réalistes friends like Yves Klein who wrote there in April 1961 his Manifeste de l'hôtel Chelsea, Arman, Martial Raysse, Jean Tinguely, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Christo & Jean Claude, Daniel Spoerri or Alain Jacquet, several of whom, like Rivers, left some pieces of art in the lobby of the hotel for payment of their rooms. In 1965, Rivers had his first comprehensive retrospective in five important American museums. His final work for the exhibition was The History of the Russian Revolution, which was later on extended permanent display at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, DC. He spent 1967 in London collaborating with the American painter Howard Kanovitz. In 1968, Rivers traveled to Africa for a second time with Pierre Dominique Gaisseau to finish their documentary Africa and I, which was a part of the groundbreaking NBC series Experiments in Television. During this trip they narrowly escaped execution as suspected mercenaries. During the 1970s, Rivers worked closely with Diana Molinari and Michel Auder on many video tape projects, including the infamous Tits, and also worked in neon. Rivers's legs appeared in John Lennon and Yoko Ono's 1971 film Up Your Legs Forever. From 1940–1945 he worked as a jazz saxophonist in New York City, changing his name to Larry Rivers in 1940 after being introduced as "Larry Rivers and the Mudcats" at a local pub. He studied at the Juilliard School of Music in 1945–46, along with Miles Davis, with whom he remained friends until Davis's death in 1991. Larry Rivers was born in the Bronx to Samuel and Sonya Grossberg, Jewish immigrants from Ukraine. In 1945, he married Augusta Berger, and they had one son, Steven. Rivers also adopted Berger's son from a previous relationship, Joseph, and reared both children after the couple divorced. In 1949 he had his first one-man exhibition at the Jane Street Gallery in New York. This same year, he met and became friends with John Ashbery, and Kenneth Koch. In 1950 he met Frank O’Hara. This same year he took his first trip to Europe spending eight months in Paris, France, reading and writing poetry. Beginning in 1950 and continuing until Frank’s death in July of 1966, Larry Rivers and Frank O’Hara cultivated a uniquely creative friendship that produced numerous collaborations, as well as inspired paintings and poems. In 1951 Rivers’ works were shown at the Tibor de Nagy Gallery where he continued to show annually (except 1955) for about 10 years. In 1954 he had his first exhibition of sculptures at the Stable Gallery, New York. In 1955 The Museum of Modern Art acquired Washington Crossing the Delaware. This same year he won 3rd prize in the Corcoran Gallery national painting competition for “Self-Figure.” Rivers’ also painted “Double Portrait of Berdie” in 1955, which was soon purchased by the Whitney Museum. In 1957 he and Frank O’Hara began work on “Stones,” a collaborative mix of images and poetry in a series of lithograph for Tatyana Grosman company ULAE. During this time he also appeared on the television game show “The $64,000.00 Question” where along with another contestant, they both won, each receiving $32,000.00. In 1958 he again spent time in Paris and played in various jazz bands. In 1959 he painted Cedar Bar Menu...
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