This catalogue, playful and with red gloss finish like the artist’s sculptures, constitutes a real reference in the literature on Keith Haring: it is the very first catalogue devoted only to his sculpture, published on the occasion of the exhibition dedicated by the gallery to Keith Haring, almost 10 years after his death.
Deeply convinced of the existence of a tight link between art and life, Haring always wished that his creations would impregnate our daily lives. Inspired by Calder, Dubuffet and even Tinguely, sculpture was another medium to allow him to enter even more in contact with the people. He liked to observe people’s response to his sculptures and to see “how they would use them”.

Bilingual French & English essay by the American art critic David Galloway. Biography. Unseen photographs of the artist. List of exhibitions and events related to Haring’s sculpture.


Published: June 1999.
Edition limited to 1000 copies.
54 pages.
23 colour and 6 black & white illustrations.
Size: 23 x 17.5 cm - 9 x 6 3/4 in.
ISBN: 2-912303-05-2.
Retail price: épuisé