Keith Haring “Untitled”

Arena Herzliya, Tel Aviv, Israel
March 9, 2023 - August 26, 2023
Ongoing exhibition
March 9, 2023 - August 26, 2023

ArtHub is proud to present a Keith Haring exhibition for the first time in Israel. The exhibition will be displayed in the Herzliya Arena complex (BLACK BOX) from 09.3.2023 until 26.8.2023 with one of the world’s most intriguing, prominent, cheeky, and successful pop art artists.

The “Keith Haring” exhibition, which conquered the world, will present approximately 200 exhibits by the renowned pop art artist and one of the most important and influential artists in the history of street art and graffiti in the world.

The guest of honor (coming to Israel especially for the occasion) is award-winning American photographer Allan Tannenbaum, who photographed Keith Haring in action. Tannenbaum (78) has been documenting the culture and night scene of the 1970s for years, in the past, he was the chief photographer of the prestigious weekly magazine Soho News, and he is the man behind iconic photos that became famous all over the world, including John Lennon and Yoko Ono, naked in bed together, the images from the World Trade Center Attack and more.

The Keith Haring exhibition, so far has been presented in major cities around the world, including Saint Louis Missouri, Cooperstown New York, Naples Florida, Doylestown Pennsylvania and Monza Italy.

In addition, ArtHub is happy to take part in an exciting collaboration with the IGY organization, an Israeli LGBTIQA+ youth organization. IGY works for education and social change for LGBTQ+ and hetero-cis youth alike and works to eradicate violence, racism and homophobia.

CEO of Iggy (IGY) Ofer Neuman said: “This exhibition will bring to Israel the groundbreaking work of Keith Haring, a creator without whom it is difficult to imagine the revolution of the gay community, we are very happy to be a part of this exciting event and a way to continue our work for freedom, equality and pride in Israel”.

Exhibition curated by Dr. Katharine J. Wright.