Keith Haring (1958 – 1990) was an American artist whose bold, vibrant, and often political imagery became iconic in the 1980s. One of his core tenets was that art is for everyone, and he often disseminated art in subway stations and on the streets of New York during his career.
A special exhibition taking place at the Mori Arts Center Gallery is set to explore a variety of Haring's works under that theme of "art to the streets", and approximately 150 pieces will be on display. Some of them are large-scale works, measuring around six meters in length.
Adult admission to the exhibition is priced at 2200 JPY.
Tokyo's Mori Arts Center Gallery s located three minutes on foot from Roppongi Station, on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line. The closest exit is 1C.
If you're driving to the venue, take the Shibuya Exit from the Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway and the museum is around a 10 minute drive from there. Parking is available at Roppongi Hills at a cost of 600 JPY per hour, up to a maximum of 3000 JPY per day. More details about parking can be found on the Roppongi Hills website.