POZ couldn’t put out an art issue without mentioning Keith Haring. Though the beloved activist and star of street art died in 1990, his work remains current and inspiring. Why? Julia Gruen, executive director of the Keith Haring Foundation, offers one reason: “Twenty-five years after his death at 31 from AIDS-related illnesses, most of the issues that plagued the world during his brief lifetime are regrettably still with us. Thus, his work remains of continued relevance and (we hope) continues to bring enlightenment to all audiences.”