Murale Tuttomondo di Keith Haring, Pisa

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The last work of a noted American pop artist, Murale Tuttomondo di Keith Haring was created in 1989 and presents an image of some 30 prancing men. Painted on the wall of a local church, the mural is probably best observed from a cafe across the street, where you can grab a coffee or sip a cocktail while contemplating this unique work of art. Before you head to Pisa, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Pisa online trip builder, to make sure you see all that Pisa has to offer, including Murale Tuttomondo di Keith Haring.
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  • The meaning of this work is still relevant today. I recommend reading the Wikipedia page on this work while admiring it, you will grasp many of the meanings hidden behind what might seem a crowd of... 
    The meaning of this work is still relevant today. I recommend reading the Wikipedia page on this work while admiring it, you will grasp many of the meanings hidden behind what might seem a crowd of...  more »
  • Amazing! Imagine wandering in a medieval city and then, all of a sudden, finding yourself in front of an original murales by Keith Haring. The art is incredibile... we loved it! If you happen to be....  more
    Amazing! Imagine wandering in a medieval city and then, all of a sudden, finding yourself in front of an original murales by Keith Haring. The art is incredibile... we loved it! If you happen to be....  more »
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  • Perfect spot on a way to Pisa tower. You can make good photos. Usually not many tourists. Really worth to see. Good cafe in front of mural. Burgers are amazing there!
  • Hard to say as I am not overly impressed. Any art which I could have drawn makes me feel like it isn't really art. I get and appreciate the powerful message of Inclusivity and how important that was when it was first painted. But I've seen better graffiti art by people who's names will never be known.

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