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Keith Haring was influenced heavily by LA2′s graffiti and many of LA2′s works are mistaken for Keith Harings.Within the past 2 years a collaboration Haring/LA2 of an Egyptian mummy sculpture traded at auction for $80,000. LA2 was discovered by Keith Haring in the early 1980′s and became his close friend and collaborator, traveling the world together, painting murals and sculptures. Signed and dated on the back by artist. You may also see three of his paintings exhibited at Pepperdine University in the Frederick Weisman Collection, or the Weisman Museum in Bel Air . LA II has shown his work in every major museum in the United States and gallery’s throughout the world including the Whitney Museum in New York City. LA II and Keith Haring recently had an exhibition at Jeffrey Deitch in New York City ; the exhibition is now traveling internationally.

EXHIBITION HISTORY

1982

Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York City, with Keith Haring

1983

Fun Gallery, New York City, with Keith Haring

Galerie Watari, Tokyo, Japan, with Keith Haring

Robert Fraser Gallery, London, United Kingdom, with Keith Haring

Special Projects

Paint Fiorucci, Milan, Italy, with Keith Haring

Paint Building in Tokyo, Japan, with Keith Haring

1984

Salvatore Ala Gallery, Milan, Italy, with Keith Haring

1990

Future Primeval

Queens Museum, Flushing Meadows � Corona Park, New York with Keith Haring

University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, with Keith Haring

Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida, with Keith Haring

2001

Follin Gallery, New York City

Jeffrey Deitch, New York City, with Keith Haring,  (traveling exhibition)

2002

Clayton Patterson Outlaw Museum, New York City

Marco Art, New York City

2003

LA II & Keith Haring, Due amici a New York negli anni ’80, Putignano Arte,  NOCI (Bari)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

1983 Pittsburgh Center For the Arts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with Keith Haring

2001 Max Fish, New York City

2002 Kitting Factory, Los Angeles, California

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota, Minnesota, Minneapolis

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City

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