A perfect place for the kids to read a story…or to take a time out. This wooden Keith Haring chair will brighten up any children’s room. Keith Haring (1958-1990) was an artist popular with all ages, beloved by the public and respected by the art establishment. His instantly recognizable style is a part of New York City's late 20th Century identity. Haring died of complications from AIDS.
The New-York Historical Society is proud to have on display the ceiling of Keith Haring;s famous SoHo Pop Shop
Safe/Haven: Gay Life in 1950s Cherry Grove at New-York Historical Society features a outdoor exhibition that explores the lesbian and gay community that flourished during the 1950s in Cherry Grove through some 70 enlarged photographs and additional ephemera from the unique holdings of the Cherry Grove Archives Collection. On view May 14 through Oct 11, 2021.