It may seem unusual to uphold a book of penis drawings as a significant art-historical moment, but Manhatten Penis Drawings for Ken Hicks creates an unignorable link between Haring's early work and his homosexuality. The drawings are lightheartedly homosexual in a way not possible since the discovery of "gay-related immune deficiency" (GRID) in 1982. In light of the forceful politics of Haring's later work, his penis drawings are, in a sense, the least complicated of his phallocentric art. They have no social message to impart, no silent president to shock into action. Keith Haring just really liked penises.--John Sherman "Hyperallergic "