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Gladstone Gallery To Represent Keith Haring Foundation

In June, after Jeffrey Deitch became director of the museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and his gallery, Deitch Projects, closed, several artists and artist estates were left looking for representation, according to the New York Times’ Carol Vogel. Among them was the Keith Haring Foundation, which since the death of the graffiti artist Keith Haring in 1990 has administered his estate and studio. Vogel reports that this week, the Chelsea dealer Barbara Gladstone announced that she would represent the Haring studio in Manhattan. “I’ve been interested in Keith’s work since I commissioned him to do his first set of prints in 1982,” Gladstone said. “So I see this as a homecoming.”