Juxtapoz // Monday, March 02, 2015
Honor Fraser Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of works by multiple Juxtapoz cover artist Kenny Scharf, on view through April 4, 2015. This wide-ranging show traces the evolution of Scharf's diverse artistic practice, presenting a selection of rarely shown early videos and collages.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Pace Prints is pleased to announce Kenny Scharf, an exhibition of new three-dimensional works in paper by the renowned pop artist. The exhibition will be on view October 10—November 8. A public reception for the artist will be held on Thursday, October 9, 6-8pm.
Street Art // Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Kenny Scharf moved to the big Apple in the late 70’s, the Golden Age that continued throughout the early 80’s, when creativity and art ruled the streets of NYC. Inspired by graffiti’s lack of boundaries and the possibility to connect directly with people, Kenny’s principle is to reach out beyond the elitists’ limits of fine art and create a direct dialogue with popular culture trough his art.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 01, 2014
Our friends at UE Boom have sent us a couple of their new limited edition, sold out Blablobs collaboration with Kenny Scharf, and we will be giving them away. Simply follow Juxtapoz and UE Boom on Twitter, share this post and we will select two people at random from the hashtag #JUXBOOM on Twitter this Friday May 2, 2014...
Vault // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
We are still buzzing from our week at Comic-Con, and one of the reasons is that we were able to witness the brand new sculpture that Robert Williams created with the help of Gentle Giant Studios. For the July 2012 issue, we paired Robert with old friend Kenny Scharf (who also had sculptures made with Gentle Giant for his newest solo at Paul Kasmin in NYC) to discuss not only their respective collabs with GGS, but also their historical perspectives on sculpture and how their sculptures pair up against art history.
Street Art // Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Our May cover artist, Kenny Scharf, was apparently arrested for what over the last 30 years he has become well-known for, spray painting. Apparently the artist was arrested in Bushwick, Brooklyn while painting one of his signature snakes and apparently as Art Sucks reports, while in custody cops were googling him and requesting autographs. "Cops who arrested me were fans and wanted to talk about exit through the gift shop and even liked the tag. At the first holding cell in Williamsburg (there were only 5 people in the cell) the police were googling me and asking about things like the tunnel nightclub." He continued on in saying “I was in there 30 years ago and im sorry to say its much worse now. Kind of like hell.”
Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 20, 2013
If you're feeling like dropping some cash on this April 20th, The Standard is offering a limited edition of Kenny Scharf's Object for Enjoyment. Available in orange, purple, and green.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 09, 2013
We kick of the Spring season (which bascially means sunnier coverage, or not, play with us here) with our May 2013 issue, featuring Kenny Scharf on our cover, with a special edition cover created by Camille Rose Garcia. Kenny's show at Paul Kasmin Gallery comes into our focus, as well as Garcia's exhibition at the Disney Family Museum. The issue rounded out by conversations with Spencer Tunick, ROA, Charlie Roberts, Oriol Angrill Jorda, Kazuki Takamatsu, Fulvio di Piazza, Odd Nerdrum, Thomas Campbell, Mark Ryden, and Bill Daniel.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 04, 2013
We are in NYC right now for the opening of Kenny Scharf's Kolors at Paul Kasmin Gallery, tonight April 4. (We haven't mentioned this yet, but Kenny's the cover artist for the new May 2013 issue). He wil unveil a new body of work plus a series of sculpture works.
Street Art // Saturday, March 23, 2013
A blue, smiling extra wide, eight-foot sculpture of a character named “Squirtz” was recently installed in the outdoor plaza of The Standard hotel by New York artist, Kenny Scharf. A street and fine artist whose presence has remained visible on the New York streets for 30 years, describes this particular character, “He’s just one of my classic guys.” This sculpture will be on view until April 1, 2013 so go see it in person.