image Analysis - Subway Drawing Chalk on Paper by Keith Haring In this illustration Keith tries to communicate his ideas to the audience It is evident

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Subway Drawing, “Chalk on Paper” by Keith Haring In this illustration, Keith tries to communicate his ideas to the audience. It is evident that he tries to tell a story because there are many characters in the art. First, there is an image which resembles a human being with wings and there is another character how is trying to pull the wings out. There is an image like dogs at the bottom of the first drawing and this also may contribute to how the artist is trying to share his ideas and stories using this illustration. This may reflect theme of exploitation because the image that looks like a person is being removed from his own wings may be translated as injustice or exploitation by someone powerful. In the next image, the illustration is on a wall and this is beautifully done.
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Public Projects, “Murals”, Haring’s first major outdoor Mural (1982), at Houston Street & the Bowery”. Similar to the first art, there are many characters and this may present a different theme such as celebration or social functions. There two images that are at both sides and they have a smile
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