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Untitled 1989

Untitled 1989
Signed Print

Keith Haring

Screenprint, 1989
Signed Print Edition of 60
H 20cm x W 20cm

Critical Review

Haring depicts each body moving in opposition to one another but constrained by the shared heart formed by their necks in the centre, exaggerating the sense of movement and joy that the print encapsulates. Each limb of the figure’s body is bent at an almost right angle to create symmetry across the picture plane and at a glance the print’s subject is ambiguous. The kinetic energy of the print is emphasised by Haring’s use of lines that radiate from the figure, and the spotted ground beneath.

This joyful pictogram celebrates love and dancing, themes that Haring conveyed throughout his entire career. The two figures come together to form a central beating heart and Haring uses the motif of conjoined genderless figures as a symbol for the power of working together.