Author(s): Jeffrey Deitch
Closely based on Haring's own concept for the monograph he wanted to publish before his untimely death, this volume represents more than a decade of research and contains a wealth of unpublished materials. 600 color and b&w illustrations; six assorted gatefolds.
.,."the book's soul is in the artwork itself--and this volume has plenty of heart." ~"Metro Source NY
"Visually stunning...and absolutely essential for anyone with an interest in the art world at the end of the 20th Century." ~"The Village Voice
.,."homage to a thrilling and inspiring career..." ~"Flordia InsideOut"
"The hefty tome incorporates more than a decade of research and a trove of unpublished photographic and written material ranging from chalk drawings to subway murals and the famous body painting of Grace Jones. A major, well-deserved tribute to the late artist, this handsome offering is a fan's dream-come-true and just in time for Christmas gifting." ~"Indulge Magazine
,,"."an awe-inspiring monograph of bold, provocative, endearing, and unforgettable images that Haring was renowned for...Truly a book to be treasured." ~Le Petite Chic
"The bold, visionary artist is celebrated in art dealer Jeffrey Deitch's exhaustive tome that features Haring's early subway chalk drawings, unpublished photos and never-before-seen journal entries." ~ModernTonic.com