Keith Haring /   Keith Allen Haring

United States 1958 - 1990

Street Art, Performance Art

Keith Haring
Keith Allen Haring
United States
March 16, 2016

The 1990s were a time of change for many social and cultural aspects on a global scale. Art particularly saw many artists bring tremendous change in this period, and Keith Haring was one of them. Drawing and painting murals in public locations, Haring was often philosophical about his approach to creating artwork, and was amazed and inspired by the interaction and feedback he would get from people around him. Although he was young, he had developed a very specific concept of what art should represent, and the ideology carried over through his work would leave an everlasting effect on the street culture in New York City, as well as art as a whole. Along with Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scharf, Futura 2000 and Richard Hambleton, among others, he was part of the young, up-and-coming group of the American artists who challenged art’s old perceptions.

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Keith Haring – A Mural in Barcelona, 1989, photo via

Investigative Beginnings

Realizing that becoming a commercial graphic artist isn’t down his alley, Haring moved on to New York to pursue his further education in painting in 1978, and soon after his arrival, he took admission at the School of Visual Art to study semiotics. Naturally, the city offered a lot of chances for artistic expression and Haring never shied from using them to demonstrate the images that existed in the back of his mind. Empty black advertising panels were available throughout, especially in the subway area, and he felt like the white chalk belongs to the surface. Filling them with quickly drawn images, some of his signature works have been made in this manner including The Radiant Baby, figures that have televisions for heads, barking dog, and others. He was able to create as many as forty subway drawings in a single day, and people would often stop and talk to Haring while he was working.

People would often stop and talk to Haring while he was working

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Keith Haring – Untitled (Dancing Dogs), 1981, photo via

A Creative Laboratory

Communication with passerby’s one-sided, as Haring got a lot of feedback from these sorts of engagements with the people that used the subway. A completely new type of art-making for the young American artist, drawing in front of other people had a philosophical connotation and presented something of a sociological experiment as it resulted, without fail, in a reaction from the viewers. Whether telling him that he shouldn’t be doing what he’s doing or admiring the work, Haring saw the whole thing as a phenomenon and it’s one of the reasons he kept his practice going; the honesty of people unaffected by the opinions of the elitist establishment. The subway became, as Haring said, a “laboratory” for creative experimentation.

Keith Haring Foundation

Even during the starting days of his career, Haring founded the art dealing business to be somewhat preposterous. Although he was represented by the Tony Shafrazi Gallery since 1982, it served him more as a means to acquire funds for further artistic expression rather than marketing his work in the classical sense of the word. He strongly believed that art isn’t something that should be owned and sold as such but should be a part of the community, stating that he’s taking it off of the pedestal and returning it to the people. Furthering this idea, he founded the Pop Shop in New York City in 1986 which sold affordable items like posters and T-shirts that held his signature sign. One thing that portrays his social awareness is the fact that he donated a lot of the funds collected through the selling of his works to various charities and institutions. Having been diagnosed with AIDS, he was highly conscious of the effects of the disease and has established the Keith Haring Foundation that provides funding and imagery to children’s programs and AIDS organizations to this day. Moreover, Haring interacted with kids in many workshops in schools, museums, and as part of his work in major cities across the globe.

The honesty of people unaffected by the opinions of the elitist establishment ment a lot to Haring

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Keith Haring – Ignorance = Fear, 1989, photo credits of Keith Haring Foundation

Art Statement of Pop Shop

The Pop Shop was like an extension of Keith Haring himself – the very walls along with the ceiling of this art store were one big mural painted by Haring during 1986 when the shop was opened. Haring cared deeply for the opinion of the wide audience and the Pop Shop was, for him, the return to the train station that he used to decorate and in return get various opinions from random people. Encouraging and seeking the same sort of interaction, the shop served the same purpose and was often a place of gathering for the collectors and Bronx kids alike. Selling affordable items like shirts, hats, and other various sorts of gift items and clothing, Haring made his oeuvre accessible and promoted a different kind of relation between the artist and the viewer, one he believed is the correct one. Due to monetary issues, the Pop Shop, unfortunately, closed in 2005 after nearly 20 years of business.

The Pop Shop was often a place of gathering for the collectors, artists and Bronx kids alike

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Keith Haring standing in Pop Shop, photo credits of Keith Haring Foundation

Fearlessly Into the Dark

Keith Haring was well aware of his illness, and though he knew his life will end untimely, he never despaired. Thinking it through thoroughly as he did with many other aspects of both life and art, his idea of death was not quite as limiting as many of us see it to be. In an interview for the Rolling Stone magazine, the American artist explains that whether our life ends tomorrow or five decades from today, there will always be some things left undone, some unrealized ideas sitting in the back of the mind itching to be shown to the world; he never really feared facing it, as it never really mattered to him: he was doing what he wanted to do until his last day. Keith Haring died in 1990 at the age of 31, but his timeless works remain as a testament to his existence. His legacy contains more than the good he has done for the world of art, and the foundation he had established fulfills its purpose even today. The artwork he created is known today more than ever, and with it, he was able to leave a mark in history and change the way the art is perceived for generations to come. His rich body of work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the world. Since his death in 1990, he has been the subject of several international retrospectives including at the Whitney Museum in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and the MAC in Lyon, France.

The famous American artist is represented by Woodward Gallery, Vince Fine Arts, Tony Shafrazt Gallery, Soho Contemporary Art, Rosenbaum Contemporary, Robert Fontaine Gallery, Puccio Fine Art, Pop Fine Art, Ministry of Walls, Galerie Thalberg, Galerie Fleugel-Roncak,, Allouche Gallery, We Art Partners, Dope! Gallery, Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art, Pop Fine Art Los Angeles, Vroom & Varossieau.

Featured image: Keith Haring – portrait, photo credits Keith Haring Foundation

YearExhibition TitleGallery/MuseumSolo/Group
2016Keith Haring: MultiplexismNational Museum of History, Taipei, TaiwanSolo
2016Inaugural InstallationThe Broad, Los Angeles, CAGroup
2016SerpentiForm: Snake Through Art, Jewelry, and DesignMuseo di Roma – Palazzo Braschi, Rome, ItalyGroup
2016Art AIDS AmericaZuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, GAGroup
2016MashUp: The Birth of Modern CultureVancouver Art Gallery, CanadaGroup
2016In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary PrintmakingMuseum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, FLGroup
2016Tseng Kwong Chi: Performing for the CameraTufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MAGroup
2016Powerful Babies: Keith Haring’s Impact on Artists TodaySpritmuseum, StockholmGroup
2015Keith Haring: The Political LineKunsthal Rotterdam, NetherlandsSolo
2015Keith Haring: MultiplexismNakamura Keith Haring Collection, Kobuchizawa, JapanSolo
2015Keith Haring: Prints and Other Works from Nakamura Keith Haring CollectionSagawa Museum, Shiga, JapanSolo
2015Heaven and HellSkarstedt Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2015Keith Haring: The Political LineKunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung, Munich, GermanySolo
2015Out of the Vaults: Keith HaringHaggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WISolo
2015Keith HaringPace Prints, New York, NY Solo
2014Keith HaringnGladstone Gallery, New York, NY Solo
2014Idolatry: What Sacred Games Shall We Have to Invent?nBlue Project Foundation
, Barcelona, SpainGroup
2014City as Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong CollectionnMuseum of the City of New York, New York, NY Group
2014Keith Haring: The Political LineDe Young Museum in San FranciscoSolo
2014Shaping a Collection: Five Decades of GiftsnWhitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Group
2014In Living Color: Andy Warhol & Contemporary PrintmakingnJoslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NEGroup
2014Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980sn-Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TXGroup
2014Bad Thoughts: Collection Martijn and Jeannette SandersnStedelijk Museum, AmsterdamGroup
2013Keith Haring: Languages
 nFales Library, New York University, NY,Solo
2013Keith Haring: Languages
 nFales Library, New York University, NY, NY Solo
2013Stars: Contemporary Prints by Derriere L’Etoile StudionZimmerli Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ Group
2013Safe Sex Bang: The Buzz Bense Collection of Safe Sex Posters
Center for Sex & Culture
, San Francisco, CAGroup
2013Jesus ReloadednMuseen-Stade Kunsthaus, Stade, Germany Group
2013Keith Haring - The Political LineMusée d´Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris - MAM/ARC, Paris Solo
2013Bronx Lab - Style Wars - Bronx Museum of the Arts (BxMA), New York City, NY Group
2013Keith Haring Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris Solo
2013Pop Art AccrochageFluegel-Roncak Gallery, Nuremberg, Germany Group
2013Liebe Ist Kälter Als Das Kapital Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz Group
2013Banners Galerie Gmurzynska - Zürich, Zurich Group
2013Print Woodward Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2012Keith Haring: 1978-1982The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York Solo
2012Keith HaringGaleria de Art del Centro de Extension de la Pontifica Universidad Catholica de Chile, Santiago, Chile Solo
2012Keith Haring BlueprintsPace Prints Chelsea, New York, New York Solo
2012Vitrine RotationNew York Historical Society, New York, New York Solo
2012Murale di MilwaukeeSala dei Porti, nel percorso di visita degli Appartamenti settecenteschi di Palazzo Reale , Caserta, Italy Solo
2011Keith Haring 1978-1982 Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio Solo
2011The Hieroglyphics of Keith HaringMusee en Herbe, Paris, France Solo
2011Keith HaringGladstone Gallery, New York, New York Solo
2011Keith HaringPace Prints, New York, New YorkSolo
2011Keith Haring: Subway DrawingsArcadia University, Glenside, Pennsylvania Solo
2010Keith Haring: A New DimensionGrounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, New Jersey Solo
2010Keith HaringKunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria Solo
2010The Keith Haring ShowSOMA Museum of Arts, Seoul, KoreaSolo
2010Keith Haring: 20th AnniversaryTony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, New York Solo
2010KEITH HARINGVan de Weghe Fine Art, New York, New York Solo
2010Keith Haring Editions on PaperCaixa Cultural, Sao Paulo, BrazilSolo
2010Keith Haring Editions on Paper Caixa Cultural, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Solo
2010Keith Haring: Pop Art SuperstarLotte Art Center, Busan, South Korea Solo
2010Keith Haring: Pop Art SuperstarSangrok Museum Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju, South KoreaSolo
2010Institut d'Art Contemporain in Villeurbanne, Villeurbanne, France Solo
2009Keith Haring Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale, AZSolo
2009Keith HaringVecchiato Gallery, Milan, ItalySolo
2009Keith HaringVecchiato Gallery, Padua, Italy Solo
2009The Keith Haring ShowMusee des Beaux-Arts, Mons, Belgium Solo
2009Keith HaringKunsthalle Weishaupt, Ulm, Germany Solo
2008Keith Haring RetrospectiveMuseum of Contemporary Art, Lyon, France; Ludwigmuseum, Budapest, Hungary Solo
2008Keith Haring - Drawings, Paintings and Sculptures Skarstedt Gallery, New York, NY Solo
2008Keith Haring Houston Street & Bowery Mural recreationDeitch Projects, New York, NY Solo
2008The Ten CommandmentsDeitch Projects, New York, NY Group
2008Against All Odds: Keith Haring in the Rubell Family CollectionPalm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA (solo) Solo
2008Keith Haring, Two SculpturesUNAIDS, Geneva, Switzerland Solo
2007Keith Haring: Editions on PaperEgon Schiele Centrum, Cesky Krumlov, Czech RepublicSolo
2007Keith Haring: The Living LineLudwigmuseum, Koblenz, Germany Solo
2007Keith Haring: Works from the Navarra CollectionGalerie de lIndependence and Parc Heintz Fondation, Dexia, Luxembourg Solo
2007Complete Editions on PaperFundacion Caixa Galicia, Ferrol, Spain Solo
2007Keith Haring: The Milwaukee MuralSerrone della Villa Reale, Monza, Italy Solo
2007Keith Haring - Untitled (Acrobats), 1986Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NYSolo
2006Keith Haring: Journey of the Radiant BabyReading Public Museum, Reading, PA Solo
2006Editions on PaperUniversity of Valencia, Valencia, Spain Solo
2006Keith Haring: Art and CommerceTampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL Solo
2006Keith Haring: POP Haring - Symbols and Icons Editions on paper from the Estate of Keith HaringSingapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore Solo
2006Keith Haring: Paintings, Sculpture, Objects and DrawingsTony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2006Against All Odds, Rubell Family CollectionMiami, FloridaSolo
2006Complete Editions on PaperCentro Cultural Montehermoso Depsito de Aguas, Vitoria, Spain Solo
2006Keith Haring: Monumental SculpturesPoppy & Pierre Salinger Foundation, Le Thor, France Solo
2006Mass Production: Artists' Multiples and the MarketplaceEmily Davis Gallery of Myers School of Art, The University of Akron, Akron, OHGroup
2006Keith Haring DrawingsAlona Kagan Gallery, New York, NY Solo
2006Keith Haring - Early DrawingsBaltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UKSolo
2006Keith HaringGalerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris, FranceSolo
2006Selected Editions on PaperMemo Gallery, Budapest, Hungary Solo
2005Keith HaringAlpen-Adria Galerie, Klagenfurt, Austria Solo
2005Keith HaringBen Brown Fine Arts, London, UK Solo
2005Keith HaringGalleria Salvatore Ala, Milan, Italy Solo
2005Keith Haring: Urban MemoryMadridSolo
2005Five Keith Haring SculpturesSomerset House, London, UK Solo
2005Three Keith Haring SculpturesLever House, New York, NY Solo
2005Keith Haring: Coloring Book DrawingsBriggs-Robinson Gallery, New York, NY Solo
2005L'Art a la Plage #4: Keith HaringGalerie Enrico Navarra in cooperation with Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, St Tropez, FranceSolo
2005Keith Haring - Sculptures Deitch Projects, New York, NY Solo
2005The Keith Haring ShowThe Trienniale of Milan, Italy Solo
2004Keith HaringCentro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Solo
2004Keith HaringCulturgest, Lisbon, Portugal Solo
2004Keith HaringAlte Rathaus, Prien am Chiemsee, Germany Solo
2004The Characters of Keith HaringChildren's Museum of the Arts, New York, NY Solo
2004Photos from the Archives: the Artist at WorkPop Shop, New York, NYSolo
2004Alona Kagan Gallery, New York, New York Solo
2004Keith Haring: New Wave AztecThe Sackler Center for Arts Education, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY (solo)Solo
2003Pop Figuration, Deitch Projects, New YorkNY and Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
2003Four SculpturesAmerican Academy, Rome, Italy Solo
2003Two SculpturesParco della Musica, Rome, Italy Solo
2003Haring DrawingsCulturgest, Porto, Portugal Solo
2003Haring DrawingsKagan-Martos Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2003Keith HaringCentro Cutural Banco do Brasil, Sao Paulo; CCBB, Brasilia, BrazilSolo
2003Keith Haring: Short Message, Posters 1982-1990Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg; Kunstmuseum Heidenheim; Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren, Germany Solo
2002Arario Gallery, Seoul, South Korea Solo
2002Sex ShowGalerie Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris, France Solo
2002Keith Haring: Heaven and HellMuseum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, NetherlandsSolo
2002Keith Haring: TarpsVan de Weghe Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2002Keith Haring: Short Message. Posters 1982-1990Versicherungskammer Bayern, Munich, GermanySolo
2001Keith Haring SculpturesRome, Italy Solo
2001The 10 Commandments, Wapping Power Station, London, UK Castello Ursino, Catania, Sicily, Italy Solo
2001Haring: Heaven and HellMuseum fur Neue Kunst/ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany; National Gallery of the Cayman Islands, Georgetown, Grand CaymanSolo
2001Paradise GarageDeitch Projects, New York, NY Solo
2000Keith Haring: the SVA YearsSchool of Visual Arts, New York, NY Solo
2000Keith Haring Isetan Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Sapporo City Museum of Modern Art, Hokkaido, Japan Solo
2000Keith HaringAmos Anderson Museum, Helsinki, FinlandSolo
2000Keith Haring: Sculptures on the Kurfürstendamm, Berlin Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany; Chiostro del Bramante, Rome, Italy Solo
2000Keith Haring SculpturesRome, ItalySolo
1999Keith HaringEki Museum, Kyoto; Kurashiki City Museum, Kurashiki; Iwaki City Museum, Iwaki; Isetan Museum, Tokyo, Japan Solo
1999Keith Haring SculpturesMuseum of Science and Industry, Chicago, IL, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, CASolo
1999Keith Haring: A RetrospectiveCity Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand; Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris, France Solo
1999Keith HaringMusee Maillol, Paris, FranceSolo
1999Keith HaringKatonah Art Museum, Katonah, NYSolo
1999Keith HaringPeter Gwyther Gallery, London, UKSolo
1999Keith Haring Casino Knokke, Knokke, BelgiumSolo
1999Keith HaringMuseum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AR Solo
1999Keith HaringDeitch Projects, New York, NY Solo
1999Keith Haring in PisaPalazzo Lanfranchi, Pisa, ItalSolo
1998Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden Solo
1998Wetterling Teo Gallery, SingaporeSolo
1998Keith Haring: A RetrospectiveMuseum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA; Musee des Beaux-Arts, Montreal, CanadaSolo
1998Complete Editions on Paper Museum Moderner Kunst, Passau, Germany; Quartier 206, Berlin, Germany; Dorothy Blau Gallery, Miami, FL Solo
1998Keith Haring in San FranciscoInstallation of 10 sculptures in San Francisco, sponsored by the San Francisco Art Commission, San Francisco, CASolo
1998Keith Haring in West HollywoodInstallation of 10 sculptures along the Santa Monica Boulevard median, West Hollywood, CA Solo
1998Tasende Gallery, Los Angeles, CASolo
1997Keith Haring: A Retrospective The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada Solo
1997Keith Haring on Park AvenueInstallation of 13 sculptures on the Park Avenue Malls between 53rd and 74th Streets, sponsored by the Public Art Fund, New York, NYSolo
1997Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1997Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY
1997Seagram Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1997Keith Haring: Blurred Boundaries Lobby Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1996Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1996Complete Editions on PaperMuseum Bochum, Leipzig, Germany; Museum der Bildenden, Leipzig, GermanySolo
1996The 10 Commandments Bruderkirche and Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany; Dorothy Blau, Miami, FL Solo
1996Keith Haring: A RetrospectiveMuseum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia Solo
1995Keith Haring AltarpiecePalo Alto Cultural Center, Palo Alto, CA; Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, St. Louis, MO Solo
1995Keith Haring: A RetrospectiveFundacion La Caixa, Madrid, Spain; Kunsthaus Wien, Vienna, AustriaSolo
1995Keith Haring: Works on Paper 1989, Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY; Hans Mayer Gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany; Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria Solo
1995Keith Haring: Family and Friends Collect Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA Solo
1994Keith Haring, curated by Germano CelantCastellodi Rivoli, Turin, Italy; Malmo Konsthall, Malmo, Sweden; Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany; Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, IsralSolo
1994Complete Editions on PaperHiroshima; Osaka; Nagoya; Tokyo and Fukuoka, JapanSolo
1994Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1993Queens Museum, Queens, New York, NY Solo
1993DIA Art Foundation, Bridgehampton, New York, NYSolo
1993Complete Editions on PaperGalerie Littmann, Basel, Switzerland; Galerie der Stadt, Stuttgart, Germany; Aktionsforum, Munich, Germany Solo
1993Keith Haring: A RetrospectiveMitsukoshi Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan Solo
1993Galerie Nikolaus Sonne, Berlin, Germany Solo
1993Musee de Louvain-la-Neuve, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium Solo
1993Michael Fuchs Gallery, Berlin, Germany Solo
1992Gallery 56, Budapest, HungarySolo
1992Tabula Gallery, Tubingen, Germany Solo
1992Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1991Hete Hunermann Gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany Solo
1991Keith Haring: Future PrimevalUniversity Galleries, Normal, IL; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL; Museum of Modern Art, Ostend, Belgium Solo
1991Haring, Disney, Warhol Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ; Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington; The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C; Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MAGroup
1991Dante Park, Lincoln Center, New York, NYSolo
1991Chase Manhattan Bank, Soho Branch, New York, NYSolo
1991Erika Meyerovich Gallery, San Francisco, CA Solo
1991Molinar Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ Solo
1991Steffanoni Gallery, Milan, Italy Solo
1990Galerie La Poche, Paris, France Solo
1990Charles Lucien Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1990Philip Samuels Fine Art, St. Louis, MOSolo
1990Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1990Keith Haring: Future Primeval Queens Museum, Queens, New York, NYSolo
1990Galerie Nikolaus Sonne, Berlin, Germany Solo
1990Richard Nadeau Gallery, Philadelphia, PA Solo
1990Gallery 56, Geneva, Switzerland Solo
1990Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1989Gallery 121, Antwerp Solo
1989Casa Sin Nombre, Santa Fe, New MexicSolo
1989Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GESolo
1989Galerie Hete Hunermann, Dusseldorf, GermanySolo
1988Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Solo
1988Hans Mayer Gallery, Dusseldorf, GermanySolo
1988Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1988Hokin Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FLSolo
1987Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1987Galerie Kaj Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland Solo
1987Gallery 121, Antwerp, Belgium Solo
1987Casino Knokke, Knokke, BelgiumSolo
1987Kutztown New Arts Program Kutztown, PA Solo
1987Galerie Rivolta, Lausanne, Switzerland Solo
1986Art in the ParkWhitney Museum of American Art, Stamford, CTSolo
1986Dag Hammarskjold Plaza Sculpture Garden, New York, NYSolo
1986Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, FranceSolo
1986Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NetherlandsSolo
1985Schellmann & Kluser, Munich, West Germany Solo
1985Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1985Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1985Museum of Contemporary Art, Bordeaux, FranceSolo
1984University Museum of Iowa City, Iowa City, IA Solo
1984Paul Maenz Gallery, Cologne, West Germany Solo
1984Paradise Garage, New York, NY Solo
1984Galerie Corinne Hummel, Basel, SwitzerlandSolo
1984Semaphore East, New York, NY Solo
1984Keith Haring: Milan 1984 with LA IISalvatore Ala Gallery, Milan, ItalySolo
1983Fun Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1983Galerie Watari, Tokyo, JapanSolo
1983Lucio Amelio Gallery, Naples, Italy Solo
1983Robert Fraser Gallery, London, UK Solo
1983Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1983Matrix 75, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT Solo
1982Rotterdam Arts Council, Rotterdam, Netherlands Solo
1982Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY Solo
1981Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1980Westbeth Painters Space, New York, NY Solo
1980P.S. 122, New York, NY Solo
1980Club 57, New York, NY Solo
1978Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA Solo