"Art is for everyone!" - this is how Keith Haring put it when he summed up the meaning of his stylized silhouettes with which he decorated streets all over the world. A veritable soul who revolutionised contemporary art over the space of a single decade (1980-1990). Perhaps the most celebrated personality in the decade of personalities, the 1980s, he built his reputation - as painter, graffiti artist, designer - outside the closed world of the art establishment, amidst the vitality of street culture. A casualty of the AIDS epidemic at only 31, Haring had already blazed a trail far beyond his American birthplace; from Amsterdam to Australia, Rio de Janeiro to Tokyo.