As we have been told for months now, staying indoors is essential to avoid further infection, but we do not necessarily have to get bored.
Among the many free steaming services, free audiobooks and museums that can be visited with a click that we talked about a few weeks ago, there is the exhibition by Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Undoubtedly two of the most influential and significant artists of the late 20th century, the exclusive exhibition focused on the unique visual languages – the use of signs, symbols and words to convey strong social and political messages in an unconventional way – of the two artists, revealing, for the first time, the many intersections between their lives, practices and ideas.
The exhibition can traditionally be visited at the National Gallery of Victoria in Australia, but to lighten our days, at this complicated time, the Australian museum has opened its doors to virtually everyone.
Anyone will have the opportunity to browse more than 200 works of art on display, showing the beginnings of Haring and Basquait in New York’s subways, their early collaborations and the creative social circles they later found themselves in.
An exhibition not to be missed, a way to occupy our very long days with a bit of art and culture, waiting to return to see them all live, as always.
Only at the moment you can virtually immerse yourself in the beautiful works of Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.