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Relive the eighties-in high resolution... Introducing Art Intelligence: Keith Haring
Art Intelligence: Keith Haring, available exclusively for iPad on the App Store, lets you relive the era

NEW YORK, NY.- Scrawling graffiti in the subways of New York. Dancing with Madonna till dawn in the downtown clubs. Touring like a rock star, painting for the public, and raising awareness about AIDS, apartheid, and nuclear threats. Artist and activist Keith Haring made his mark in the “We Are the World” Eighties by acting up, getting arrested, and making a difference. Art Intelligence: Keith Haring, available exclusively for iPad on the App Store, lets you relive the era—and revel in Haring’s joyful hands-in-the-air approach to life, art, politics, and dancing.

Like a visual wikipedia on steroids, Art Intelligence’s groundbreaking, first-ofits- kind navigation system lets you fully immerse yourself in Haring’s world. The app not only brings you Haring’s art—straight-up gorgeous, zoomable, and high-res—it also puts Haring’s life and times at your fingertips: the fallout of Three Mile Island, the birth of MTV, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the highs and lows of the Reagan years, the emergence of New York’s club scene, the ascendance of Basquiat, Grace Jones, and Warhol’s children, and, finally, the tragic toll of AIDS that claimed the lives of the most beloved talents of a generation.

Art Intelligence: Keith Haring is designed for the 21st Century. It gives you more information, in one place, than you’ll find anywhere online, more freedom to explore than any textbook, and more insight into the era than was ever possible at the time. The app’s unique platform makes learning very 21st century—communal, open, interactive, and exciting. Bringing art to life is Art Intelligence’s prime directive. “We believe that art is revolutionary, evolutionary, and powerful,” explains CEO and Founder Bridget Goodbody. “Our mission is to bring art, people, and ideas together so that we, as a tribe, can find connections that push life forward.” Join us!

“We are delighted with Art Intelligence's exciting new app, Keith Haring: The Politics of Dancing. Not only is Haring's artwork eminently suited to the format, but the edition’s ability to give users the opportunity to delve into his creative and socio-political influences as well as the myriad world events and cultural touchstones that shaped his thinking adds up to a remarkably deep and satisfying experience. Haring's philosophy of art emphasized accessibility and transcending boundaries. Pairing this philosophy with today's technology perfectly expands upon his vision.” - Julia Gruen, Keith Haring Foundation

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Relive the eighties-in high resolution... Introducing Art Intelligence: Keith Haring

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