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Keith Haring - 6th & 7th Grade

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on 16 March 2017

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Transcript of Keith Haring - 6th & 7th Grade

Keith Haring
Keith Haring
Pop Art
Subway Art
Street Art

Themes
What is Street Art?
Art produced in public spaces, usually without permission from the space's owner
Pop Art
Art of pop culture; subjects include everyday items, celebrities, and social issues
"Pop" = popular
"Figures"
Haring had a signature style when representing people. He never gave them a specific name, he just called them figures.
Death
Themes
Love
Themes
War
Themes
Birth
Street Art
Sometimes referred to as Graffiti, or Vandalism
What is Pop Art?
1958 – 1990
Line
The path of a point moving through space
What is Line?
Pattern
The repetition of lines, shapes, or color
What is pattern?
Features of Haring's Artwork
Focal point with 1 or more
simple
figures interacting with each other or an object
Movement or sound shown with little lines
Area of simple pattern
Bright
,
bold
,
solid
color
Heavy
black
outline
Simple
black
border
Complementary Colors
Colors that are opposite from each other on the color wheel
Red & Green
Orange & Blue
Violet & Yellow
What are
Complementary Colors?
Haring believed that "art is for everyone"
Keith Haring Painting
Project Criteria
At least 1 "Haring Figure"
At least 1 symbol or object
Movement or sound shown w/ lines
Bright
,
bold
,
solid
color
Heavy
black
outline
Complementary colors
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