Endangered Keith Haring Mural Should be Made a Landmark, Councilman Says

logo.pngBy Ben Fractenberg

UPPER WEST SIDE — A threatened mural by famed artist Keith Haring could be saved if a push to make the 1980s artwork a landmark is successful.

City Councilman Mark Levine is seeking protective status for the mural that was painted for the former Catholic youth program Grace House on West 108th Street after DNAinfo reported that tenants were being forced out of the building so it could be sold to developers.

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