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Untitled (Double Man)

Untitled (Double Man)
Signed Print

Keith Haring

Lithograph, 1986
Signed Print Edition of 85
H 51cm x W 67cm

Critical Review

This vibrant image is bursting with movement as Haring depicts each body moving in opposite directions but constrained by the shared head in the centre. 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.

In many of Haring’s works, the artist depicted dancing and moving figures to evoke fun, joy and energy as a reflection of his life in New York City and love of Studio 54. Untitled (Double Man) shows action lines emanating from the figure to emphasise this sense of movement and dance, something that Haring became very interested in as a means to communicate elation and togetherness.