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Keith Haring is part of a long but sporadic line of 20th-century artists who took parts of popular culture, "low art," and things that weren't art into museums and galleries, which used to be for "high art" only. He used the styles and places of street art like graffiti and murals, used bright and artificial colors, and kept the images simple in order to catch people's eyes and thoughts and get them to have fun while also thinking about important things. Haring, along with artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Kenny Scharf, made it possible for people to like things that seemed simple or even cartoonish and were made by artists with less training.
Haring's pictures and words, which looked simple at first glance, said a lot about problems like AIDS, drug addiction, illegal love, and apartheid. As both an artist and an activist, he showed that serious problems could be shown in a fun or at least lively way by using a lot of cartoonish images and bright, new colors.
Haring's dedication to clean lines and simple images gave figurative painting a new lease on life. This was in comparison to the more abstract and conceptual styles of the generation before him and the more expressive gestural styles of the generation after him.
Haring showed that art and political themes could be shared with many people in public places that weren't usually thought of as art spaces. He gave street art credibility and legitimacy and brought it into fine art galleries and museums, which inspired a new group of artists who move from the street to the gallery.