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These Montreux Jazz Festival posters are the full set of three colour screenprints printed on thick paper by Abin Uldry, Bern in 1983. They have Haring’s printed signature and date within the plate and each poster depicts a dancer in an expressive style and in incredible neon colours. 


Created in a limited run of 2,000 copies. 

Each poster measures 100 x 70 cm. 

Unframed and stored flat. 


Keith Haring (1958-1990) rose to prominence in America in the 1980s with his graffiti styled pop art that featured bold, energetic figures, lines and shapes. Haring addressed various social themes in his work with bold colour, which has been exhibited extensively internationally. Today his work held in major collections and museums around the world. 

Keith Haring Montreux Jazz Festival Set Of Three Screenprints

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