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Watch Kenny Scharf Paint an Airplane for "The Boneyard Project"

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Yes, we've been obsessed with Kenny Scharf since the '80s, and we still love the guy.  He's opening a new show tonight, April 4, 6 to 8 p.m., called "Kolors" at the Paul Kasmin Gallery (515 West 27th Street) and it's up until May 4.  There will be ten new paintings on view, along with three large sculptures.  If you missed seeing his piece called "Squirtz" when it  popped-up outside the Standard Hotel recently, you've got another shot to check it out during the Kasmin show.  To put you in the right "Jetson's" frame of mind, check out this short clip of Kenny out in a Tucson, Arizona, airplane graveyard working on a piece for "The Boneyard Project" curated by Eric Firestone, Carlo McCormick and Medvin Sobio for the Pima Air & Space Museum.  All types of old airplanes were turned into canvases for artists including Shepard Fairey, Futura, Daze, Erik Foss, Ryan McGuinness and Lee Quinones and several of the "nose cones" were shown at Firestone's gallery in the Hamptons in 2011. Above, check out Scharf at work on a plane for the Boneyard Project







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