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Spencer Syfrig GIS 101 Professor Smith April 23, 2006 Pop Art Icon I enjoyed the Keith Haring exhibit at the Tampa Museum of Art. Haring is somewhat of a pop-cultural icon whose work is seen a lot. I find him similar to Andy Warhol although I am more familiar with Haring’s work. A piece that I enjoyed was Pop Shop Quad III . It is four pictures that are the epitome of his work. Each uses only four colors: red-orange, dark yellow, forest green, and shades of gray. The first picture is of one of his stereotypical human figures trying to pull another person out of a machine. The
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Unformatted text preview: second picture is a representation of the “Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil” picture with three different colored human stick-people. The third one is of a pair of scissors cutting a string. And the last picture is of a frustrated stick-man slamming his hands on the ground. The piece is quintessential of Haring’s unique work. The simplicity of the lines and the emotion shown with lines are very interesting. I enjoyed this exhibit a lot and would like to visit it again....
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