Keith Haring Exhibit Hotel Partnership with JDV

Want to celebrate the first major Keith Haring exhibit on the West Coast in style? Joie de Vivre Hotels are here to help with packages starting at $169.

Participating hotels include; Hotel VitaleGalleria Park HotelHotel CarltonHotel del SolHotel KabukiHotel RexThe Laurel Inn and Phoenix Hotel. The “Keith Haring: The Political Line,” exhibition will be showing at the de Young Museum through February 16, 2015.

Here are the basics, straight from the press release:

Celebrating the first major Keith Haring exhibition on the West Coast in nearly 20 years, Joie de Vivre’s Keith Haring package experience includes:

  • Overnight accommodations
  • Two VIP tickets valued at $112
  • Signature Keith Haring journal (while supplies last)

Ideal for guests who want to explore Haring’s artistic responses to social and political concerns, these VIP tickets provide exclusive, priority access to the exhibition without advance reservations, welcoming guests into the visually arresting world of Keith Haring.

The de Young will be the first U.S. museum to host “Keith Haring: The Political Line,” which features more than 130 works of art from the iconic, pop-art master, including sculptures, large scale paintings and subway drawings accompanied by entries from Haring’s diaries. The exhibition will also feature pieces that have not been showcased since the artist’s death in 1990. Haring’s work has long been a part of San Francisco’s visual culture; during his lifetime, the artist created a variety of murals, paintings and sculptures for various venues in the city.

Mimi Towle

Mimi Towle has been the editor of Marin Magazine for over a decade. She lived with her family in Sycamore Park and Strawberry and thoroughly enjoyed raising two daughters in the mayhem of Marin’s youth sports; soccer, swim, volleyball, ballet, hip hop, gymnastics and many many hours spent at Miwok Stables. Her community involvements include volunteering at her daughter’s schools, coaching soccer and volleyball (glorified snack mom), being on the board of both Richardson Bay Audubon Center. Currently residing on a floating home in Sausalito, she enjoys all water activity, including learning how to steer a 6-person canoe for the Tamalpais Outrigger Canoe Club. Born and raised in Hawaii, her fondness for the islands has on occasion made its way into the pages of the magazine.