Of the many new features unveiled two years ago after the New York Historical Society’s $65-million renovation — the cheerful children’s library, interactive touchscreen displays, Stephen Starr
restaurant, and more — one that makes the Upper West Side institution particularly proud is the remnant of Keith Haring
’s beloved Pop Shop ceiling hanging above the lobby, easily recognizable for its dynamic solid black lines. As a nod to this treasure and the quintessentially New York figure who created it, the NYHS is currently exhibiting a Pop Shop of its own, but with a Japanese flair.
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