Pop-culture artist Keith Haring touched many lives before he died from AIDS-related complications in 1990. Based in New York, he produced 50 public artworks in the 1980s, many of which carried social messages. A Haring-inspired exhibit is currently on view at Clash, a consignment shop on East Fifth Street in Dayton.
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HOW TO GO
What: “Art Salvo,” a silent auction and show inspired by Keith Haring
Where: Clash consignment, 521 E. Fifth St., Dayton
When: Continues through Friday
Finale party: 5 to 11 p.m. Friday
More info: www.ClashDayton.com or (937) 241-9434