Kenny Scharf (born in Los Angeles, 1958) attended Manhattan’s School of Visual Arts and came of age in the 1980s New York downtown art scene alongside his contemporaries Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. A painter and performer inhabiting the visual worlds of both street art and popular culture, Scharf’s graffiti paintings gained him notoriety and established a vernacular language all his own. Often working with improvisation, he creates playful, gestural pieces that blend stylized motifs with references to the surreal, science fiction, and icons of popular culture. Many of his larger works still adorn New York streets to this day. Scharf was included in the 1985 Whitney Biennial and again in their show “Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s” in 2017. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the Miami Center for the Fine Arts, Florida, and the Queens Museum of Art, New York, among others. Work by Scharf is held in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Broad Foundation, Los Angeles, and The Jewish Museum, New York, in addition to others worldwide. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles.


1980 BFA, School of the Visual Arts, New York, NY


TOTAH, New York, NY, blue blood

Lotte Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea, Super Pop Universe
David Klein Gallery, Detroit, MI, Kenny Scharf
Opera Gallery, London, UK, Blobz
Leila Heller Gallery, Dubai, UAE, Kenny Scharf: Inner and Outer Space
Hillstrom Museum of Art, St. Peter, MN, Scharftopia: The Far-Out World of Kenny Scharf

Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA, BLOX and BAX

Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY, Kenny Scharf

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, Hammer Projects: Kenny Scharf
Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, SCHOW
Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, Kenny Scharf: Cosmic Cavern
Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad, Switzerland, Cosmic donut occurrences
Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA, Born Again

Kenny Scharf: Pace Face, Pace Prints, New York, NY
Kenny Scharf, Colette, Paris, France

Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA, Pop Renaissance
Paul Kasmin, New York, NY, Kolors

Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA, Hodgepodge

Paul Kasmin, New York, NY, NATURAFUTURA and THREE DOZEN!

Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA, Barberadise
Paul Kasmin, New York, NY, Kenny Scharf: Armory Show

Waddington Galleries, London, UK, Kenny Scharf – Superdeluxa
Seomi & Tuus, Seoul, Korea, Kenny Scharf: 80’s Back

Paul Kasmin, New York, NY, Kenny Scharf: NEW!

Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL, Kenny Scharf
Raleigh Hotel, Art Basel Miami Beach, FL, Astor Cumulo Nibus Uber Express

Paul Kasmin, New York, NY, Kenny Scharf: Superpop
Paul Kasmin, New York, NY, NYC Closet # 24
Patrick Painter Inc., Santa Monica, CA, Kenny Scharf: Outer Limits

Pasadena Museum of Contemporary Art, Pasadena, CA, California Grown
Kantor Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Groovenian Drawings
Kenny Schachter Contemporary, New York, NY, SchaBlobz
Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami Beach, FL, Face Value

Patrick Painter Inc., Santa Monica, CA, Kenny Scharf: Night Light
Cotthem Gallery, Brussels, Belgium, Paintings 1990-1997

Chac Mool Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Muted

UC Fullerton at Grand Central, Santa Ana, CA, Car Nation
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA, Hollywood Stars
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Portraits
Pordenone, Italy, Pulcherrimae Strade: Group Show

Pucci International Ltd., New York, NY, Universal Offspring
Young At Art Children’s Museum, Davie, Florida, Closet #18
Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA, Kenny Scharf
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Small Paintings & Bronzes

Galerie Hans Mayer, Berlin, Germany, Heads, Small Paintings and Closet #16
PICA – Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland, Oregon, New Sculpture
Galerie Hans Mayer, Dusseldorf, Germany, Heads & Small Paintings

Galeria Ramis Baraque, Monterrey, Mexico, Kenny Scharf
Mcintosh Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Kenny Scharf
Kantor Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Kenny Scharf
Cotthem Gallery, Barcelona, Spain, Kenny Scharf (new paintings)
Gallery Cotthem, Knokke-Zoute, Belgium, Kenny Scharf (new paintings)
Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Vivid Vision

Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, FL, Kenny Scharf; Pop – Surrealist
University Galleries of Illinois State University, Normal, IL, When Worlds Collide
Sony Building, New York, NY, Ultralectric, Sony Style

Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, NY, New Sculpture
Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Kenny Scharf: New Work
Fox & Howell Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Home
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico, Kenny Scharf: El Mundo de Kenny Scharf
GALERIA 56, Budapest, Hungary, Kenny Scharf
Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL, The World of Kenny Scharf
Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FL, Heads

Yoshii Gallery, New York, NY, Early Paintings: 1975-78
Gallery Cotthem, Hedwig Van Impe, Knokke, Belgium, Kenny Scharf
Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Full Circle, New Paintings
Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Scharf-O-Rama Vision: 1978-1995

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Wildlife

Café Click, Dusseldorf, Germany, Closet #11
World Gallery, Miami Beach, FL, Closet #10
Galerie Burkhard R Eikelmann, Düsseldorf, Germany, Works on Paper
Jaffe Baker Blau Gallery, Boca Raton, FL

Edward Totah Gallery, London, UK
Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY
Hokin Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL
Galleria Rocca 6, Torino, Italy
Galleria Seno, Milan, Italy

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY
Sudio Trisorio, Naples, Italy
AC & T Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
Galerie Hans Mayer, Duisseldorf, Germany
Akira Ikeda Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, France

Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY
Akira Ikeda Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Sculptures and Paintings

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY
Akira Ikeda Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Kenny Scharf
Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, Zurich, Switzerland

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Kenny Scharf
Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY, Kenny Scharf
American Graffiti Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Fun Gallery, New York, NY

P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY, National Studio Artists
Club 57, New York, NY, Customized Appliances
FUN Gallery, New York, NY, The Jetsons

Club 57, New York, NY, Celebration of the Space Age
Fiorucci, New York, NY

60 10th Avenue Pop Up, New York, NY, Mickey: The True Original Exhibition
Palazzo Albergati, Bologna, Italy, Warhol & Friends
Dio Horia Gallery, Mykonos, Greece, Dancing Godesses
Urban Nation Museum for Urban Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany, Under One Roof
Alloche Benais, Athens, Greece, Donald Baechler, Ross Bleckner, Enoc Perez & Kenny Scharf Inaugural Show
Leila Heller Gallery, New York, NY, Summer Group Show
Werkartz, Los Angeles, CA, BEYOND THE STREETS

Neumann Wolfson Art, New York, NY, Inaugural Group Show
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978–1983
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s
The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich, CT, Animal Farm

Moore Building, Miami, FL, Desire (curator Diana Widmaier-Picasso)
Ludwig Forum Aachen, Aachen, Germany, Around the World in 86 Days: The Forum for different worlds – 25 years Ludwig Forum Aachen
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA, Holdings: Selections from MCASD’s Collection
Vito Schnabel Gallery, St. Moritz, Switzerland, A Selection of Work of the 80’s
David Totah Gallery, New York, NY, Cosmic Connections
Venus Over Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, Piston Head II: Artist Engage the Automobile
Galerie Laurent Ripka, Paris, France, Masters: Urban & Street Art
Galerie Hideout, Paris, France, Muse
Nicole Ripka Gallery, Watermill, NY, AftermodernisM in the Hamptons
The Conversation, Berlin, Germany, The Neon Wilderness: Voices from Los Angeles

ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena, CA, OUTSIDEIN: The Ascendance of Street Art in Visual Culture
Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY, She Sells Seashells By The Seashore

Jacob Lewis Gallery, New York, NY, Appropriate Disruption
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX, Urban Theater: New York in the 1980’s
Matarazzo Hospital, São Paulo, Brazil, Made By Brazilians
Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga, CA, Fun and Games
Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA, Loisaida: New York’s Lower East Side in the ’80s

Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY, Amerikulture
The Hole, New York, NY, AREA: THE EXHIBITION (curators Jeffrey Deitch, Serge Becker, Eric Goode, Jennifer Goode & Glenn O’Brien)
Art Basel Miami Beach, FL, Piston Head: Artist Engage The Automobile
Leila Heller Gallery, New York, NY, Calligraffiti
Centre for the Living Arts, Mobile, AL, Futures Project
The Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, FL; Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, VA, Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project

V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, Tonight We Won’t Be Bored: 10 Years of V1 Gallery
Benrimon Contemporary, New York, NY, Thank You Andy Warhol
Leubsdorf Gallery Hunter College, New York, NY, Times Square Show Revisited
The Hole, New York, NY, Portrait of a Generation
V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark, 10 Years of V1 Gallery, Tonight We Won’t Be Bored
Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY, ALL FOR YOU
Royal/T, Los Angeles, CA, The Art of Cooking (curator Hanne Mugaas)

Royal/T, Los Angeles, CA, FACEMAKER (curator Kathy Grayson)
West of Rome Public Art, Los Angeles, CA, Trespass
Dorian Grey Gallery, New York, NY, Club57 & Friends
I – 20 Gallery, New York, NY, MAKE SKATEBOARDS
Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA, Unfinished Paintings (curators Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster)
Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY, Nose Job
The Garage Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, New York Minute Moscow (curator Kathy Grayson)
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, Art in the Streets
Royal/T, Los Angeles, CA, East Village West
Scion Installation Space, Culver City, CA, From Here to Eternity (curator Kenton Parker)

Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles CA, 25th Anniversary Show
Dorian Grey Gallery, New York, NY, Sounds in the Distance
Loyal Gallery, Malmö, Sweden, Mutant Pop (curators Joe Grillo, Laura Grant, and Brandon Joyce)
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, The Artist’s Museum
The Hole, New York, NY, Hot Glue Hullabaloo

Sponsored by La Montagne Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Too Big to Fail: Big Paintings
Galerie Emannuel Perrotin, Paris, France, Stages (organized by Lance Armstrong and Nike)
Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY, Naked!
Green Gallery East, Milwaukee, WI, Loveable Like Orphan Kitties and Bastard Children (curators Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster)

Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Four Friends
Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY, Totally Rad
Design District, Miami Beach, FL, American Standard
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA, Juxtapose School

King of Parade, Deitch Gallery, New York, NY, Deitch Art Parade
Angstrom Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Big Secret Cache

Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY, Surrealism Then and Now
Copro Nason, Culver City, CA, Juxtapose Anniversary

Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY, Cross Section

New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY, East Village USA
Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY, Beginning Here: 101 Ways
Grand Central Arts Center, Santa Ana, CA, 100 Artists See Satan

Vincent Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Quest
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX, Splat, Boom, Pow
Heidi Lee Fine Art, New York, NY, Portraits
Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, FL, Faces and Figures
BGH Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Beauty Stripped Bare/LA Black & White

Ludwig Galerie, Oberhausen, Germany, Made in the USA 1970-2000
Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Juxtapose Anniversary Show

Los Angeles County Museum of Art LAB, Los Angeles, CA, Seeing
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY, Animations
Ludwig Galerie, Oberhausen, Germany, Made in the USA 1970-2001
Pulcherrimae Strade Installation, Pordenone, Italy

The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL, Lowbrow Art: Up From The Underground
University Galleries of Illinois State University, Normal, IL, UFO Show
Arts and Science Center for S.E., Arkansas, AK
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO

Pucci International, New York, NY, Mannequins & Rugs
Galerie Enrico Navarra, Paris, France, Portrait Collection of Mr. Chow
Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL, Acquisitions
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, The American Century: Art & Culture, 1950-2000
DFN Gallery, New York City, NY, The Road Show
Sixth @ Prince Fine Art, New York, NY, A Room with a View
San Francisco International Airport North Terminal Gallery, San Francisco, CA, On the Air

Installation at Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA, Closet #16
Lithographs from the Hamilton Press, University of Oklahoma, Collaboration Transformation
Bass Museum, Miami, FL, Fashion at the Beach
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT, Pop Surrealism
Galerie Enrico Navarra, Paris, France, 80 Artistes Autoui-du Mondial
Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, Closet #16
Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL, New Acquisitions: Dream Collection… part three
Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, IL, Normal Editions Workshop-A Print Retrospective

Lithographs from the Hamilton Press, Montgomery Gallery of Pomona College, Claremont, CA, Collaboration Transformation
Millard Sheets Gallery, Pomona, CA, Grins: Humor and Whimsy in Contemporary Art
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO, Art and Provocation, Images from Rebels
Leo Malca Fine Art, New York, NY, In Your Face: Haring, Basquiat, Scharf

The Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, TX, New Figuratio
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Summer Exhibition

Pace Prints, New York, NY, Hot off the Press – New Editions
Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY, Baseball Show
Sandra Gering Gallery, New York, NY, Drawings: Spring, 1996

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, Altered and Irrational: Selections from the Permanent Collection
Liberty Street Gallery the World Financial Center, New York, NY, Art, Design and Barbie: The Evolution of a Cultural Icon
Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL, Recent Acquisitions
COCA/Center for Contemporary Art, Miami, FL, Art & Architecture, Miami
Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT, A New York Time: Selected Drawings of the Eighties

Gallery Cotthem-Hedgwig Van Impe, Knokke, Belgium, New York Unplugged

Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH, About Nature
The National Arts Club, New York, NY, Art and Environment (curators Toru Mano & Paul Perkins, Images, in collaboration with Earth Day NY)
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Extravagant: The Economy of Elegance
Russisches Kulturzentrum, Berlin, Germany, Extravagant: The Economy of Elegance
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, 1982-83: Ten Years After
Penine Hart Gallery, New York, NY, Mating Instinct
V & RN, Miami, FL, Reanimator

Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico, 1492
A La Grande -Vilette, Paris, France, Variations Gitanes
Galerie du Jour, Agnes B., Paris, France, Objets Trouves
Halle de l’Union des Arts Decoratifs, Palais du Louvre, Paris, France, Balade de l’Amour

Palazzo delle Albere, Trento, Italy, American Art of the 80’s (curators Gabriella Belli and Jerry Saltz)
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, A Passion for Art: Watercolours and Works on Paper
Queens Museum of Art, Flushing, NY, Closet No. 9
The Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, NY, Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Home So Different, So Appealing
Whitney Museum of Fine Art, New York, NY, The 1980’s; A Selected View From the Permanent Collection
Metropolitan Home Showhouse 2, New York, NY
Brooke Museum of Art, New York, NY, To Benefit Fashion Moda
Lorence Monk Gallery, New York, NY, Children in Crisis, A Benefit Exhibition

Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, The Last Decade: American Artists of the 80’s

Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Don’t Bungle the Jungle
Witkacy Theatre, Zakopane, Poland and BWA Art Exhibition Bureau, Suwalki, Poland, The Studio American Collection

Selections from the Permanent Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, Figure a Subject: Revival of Figuration Since 1975
California State University at Fullerton, Fullerton, CA, The Weisman Collection

Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK, Comic Iconoclasm

Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL, An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture from 1940 to the Present Exhibition
Gabrielle Bryers Gallery, New York, NY, Homage to Nicolas A. Moufarrage
The Palladium, New York, NY, Picture from the Inner Mind
Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
Thomas Cohn Gallery, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, Biennial 1984
Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NY, Drawings
School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, Eight Artists/Eight Years/SVA
Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY, East Village Artists
University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Art of Philadelphia, PA, Investigations
Hecksher Museum, Long Island, NY, Sights for Small Eyes
Patrick Fox Gallery, New York, NY, Photography and Sculpture
Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Wacoal Arts Center, Tokyo, Japan, Vernacular Abstraction
Sogetsu Museum, Tokyo, Japan, Art in Action
Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, Out of the Ooo Cloud
Galerie Barbara Farber, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Works on Paper

Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY
Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada, Via New York
Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY, The Innovative Landscape
Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY, New Hand Painted Dreams: Contemporary Surrealism
Galeria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy, Arte di Frontiera
Venice Bienalle, Venice, Italy, Aparto 84
Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, The Human Condition
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, Contemporary Perspectives 1984
Robert Fraser Gallery, London, England, New Idioms
Pittsburg Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA, New Attitudes: Paris/New York

Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Champions
Fay Gould Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Champions
Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY, Surrealist Show
Morton G. Neuman Family Collection, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, NU
Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York, NY, Intoxication
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY, Paintings, Sculptures, Totem and 3D
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, The Comic Art Show
Kunst Museum Luzern, Luzern, Switzerland, Back to the U.S.A.
Palacio de Cristal, Madrid, Spain, Tendencias en Nueva York
P.S. 1, New York, NY, Clocktower Open Studio Show
Bonlow Gallery, New York, NY, Paintings into Sculpture
Sao Paolo, Brazil, Bienalle de Sao Paulo
Salvatore Als Gallery, Milan, Italy
Palais des Beaux-Aits-Charleroi, Charleroi, Belgium, References

Installation Project Room P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, NY

P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY, Open Studio Show
Club 57, New York, NY
Times Square, New York, NY, The Times Square Show
New Nave, P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY, New York
Mudd Club, New York, NY, Drawing Show
Mudd Club, New York, NY, Beyond Words

Club 57, New York, NY

Installation, Space Station Houston, TX

Installation, La Villa UGC, Cannes, French Riviera
Mural, Peanuts Global Artist Collective, Hudson Square, New York, NY

Mural, The Manes Center, New York City, NY
Mural, International Church of Cannabis, Denver, CO
Mural, Hiromi Paper Inc., Culver City CA

Mural, Friends of the East River, FDR Drive and 116th Street, New York, NY
Mural, Safeway SandBlaster, Culver City, CA
Mural, Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools, Los Angeles, CA
Mural, Cross Bronx Expressway on Third Avenue, Bronx, NY

Monstropolis, mural, ArtCenter College of Art and Design, Pasadena, CA
Mural, Downtown Hollywood Mural Project, Hollywood, FL
Mural, MAUS-Málaga Arte Urbano Soho, Málaga, Spain
Coney Island Chunk Pack, mural, Coney Art Walls, Brooklyn, NY

Mural, Wynwood Walls, Miami, FL
HAPPYMADNOSELOCK, mural, 214 Lafayette Street, New York, NY
COSMIGOGO, Scarf design for Louis Vuitton

Tonywood, The Wynwood Walls Memorial Garden, Miami, FL
Back to Supersonica, Spray Painted 1960s Lockeed Jetstar, Pima Air Museum, AZ
MOBLOBZ mural, Centre for the Living Arts, Mobile, AL

Jello Bacchanalia, Art Rio, Rio De Janeiro Brazil
Cedars Sinai Chunk Pack, Cedars Sinai Childrens Wing, Los Angeles, CA
Kiehl’s Since 1851, Limited Edition Crème de Corps
Mural, Salem, MA
Mural Careyes Mexico
Around the Clock: 24 Hour Donut City, Donut truck appearance and pins given away in conjunction with the opening of ForYourArt’s space, Los Angeles, CA

Mediacy Group’s Gatescapes Program, New York, NY
East Village West, curated with Ann Magnuson, Royal/T, Los Angeles, CA
Miami Marlins Arena Mural
WeHo Walls : MOCA Public Library Mural, West Hollywood, CA
Mural Arts Big Picture Project, Philadelphia, PA
Brooklyn Children’s Hospital Mural, Brooklyn, NY

Bowery Mural Wall, in collaboration with Tony Goldman and The Hole NYC, New York, NY

Custom bike designed for Lance Armstrong, Tour de France

Basil Wolverton, curated by Kenny Scharf, PAC, Portland, OR

Americans for the Arts Awards Installation, Cipriani’s, New York, NY
The Groovenians, animated film, Cartoon Network

Closet #18, Permanent Installation at the Young at Art Children’s Museum, Davie, FL
Haiku Gesundheit, Illustrations for book of poems by Ross Venokur, Simon & Shuster
Portland River District Project, Permanent Installation of five Totem sculptures in public spaces, Portland, OR

Multimundo 2000: Fusion of Art & Fashion, window display for Nordstrom, Portland, OR
Multimundo 2000: Fusion of Art & Fashion, window display for Nordstrom, Seattle, WA
Friuli Venezia Giula wine label, Italy
Absolut Scharf, Au Kurant Billboard for TBWA Chiat/Day Advertising: CA, FL, MI, TX

The Universals mannequin series, Pucci, New York, NY
Absolut Scharf, Au Kurant Billboard for TBWA Chiat/Day Advertising: CA, FL, TX
The Universals Window Display Project for Saks Fifth Avenue, NY, NY
The Universals Window Display Project for Saks Fifth Avenue, GA
The Universals Holiday Window Display Project for Saks Fifth Avenue, Beverly Hills, CA
The Universals Window Display Project for Burdines Dept. Store, Miami Beach, FL
Ultrazoomazipamapopdeluxa (Mura), Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA

Ultralectric, Customized electronics show for SONY, SONY Building, New York, NY
MURAL for 10th Annual Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards Installation 130′ x 58′ Mural, Los Angeles, CA
Limited Edition Lithograph, 39th Annual Grammy Awards to benefit N.A.R.A.S. Foundation, NYC

Lifesavers, AIDS memorial installation for DIFFA, Pines Beach, Fire Island, New York, NY
Total Cosmic Caver, Designed Interactive Web environment for Total, NY (Internet magazine @, New York, NY
Absolut Kelly Project, Premier artist: A web based interactive art experiment, Santa Monica, CA
Co-chaired fund-raiser, Inter-Cambios Culturales of El Salvador (with Christy Turlington), New York, NY
Promotional Poster for Humane Society of Broward County

Cosmic Cavern, V.I.P. Room for The Tunnel Nightclub, New York, NY
Porcelain design for Rosenthal China, Selb, Germany
Absolute Scharf, San Francisco billboard project for Absolut Vodka, San Francisco, CA
Signature watch for artist’s series, Swatch, New York/Switzerland
Promotional Poster for Miami Book Fair International

Limited Edition Tapestry collection for Kroner Teppiche, Munich, Germany
Signature watch for artist’s series, Swatch, New York/Switzerland
Textile design for Todd Oldham, New York, NY

Lifeguard Station Design for City of Miami Beach, Miami Beach, FL
Kids Kloset, Dade County Department of Education, collaboration with elementary and high school students, Artworks Gallery, Omni International Mall, Miami, FL
Day Without Art, Ringling Museum, Sarasota, FL In collaboration with Sarasota school children for AIDS awareness
te Neues Publications (various projects), New York, NY

Don’t Bungle the Jungle II, fundraiser for the Tropical Rain forest Amazon Club, New York, NY (T-shirts design for Emporio Armani)

City Kids Speak on Growth, Union Square Park, New York, NY, Outdoor mural in collaboration with the City Kids Foundation

Don’t Bungle the Jungle, Benefit Concert and exhibition fundraiser for the Tropical Rain forest, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, and Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, NY
Limited Edition watch design, Lito Watches, Paris, France

Luna Luna, Carousel design for traveling art amusement park, Hamburg, Germany

Absolut Scharf, advertisement commission for Absolut Vodka, Stockholm, Sweden
Tapestry design for Elysee Editions, Paris, France

Installation at The Palladium, New York, NY


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Halle, Howard. “Check out these Peanuts-inspired art murals on view on Lower Manhattan.” Time Out, April 17 2018.
Dziemianowicz, Joe. “Peanuts’ murals pop up around NYC’s Hudson Square.” New York Daily News, April 14 2018.
McCarthy, Ciara. “‘Peanuts’ Murals On Display In The West Village.” West Village Patch, April 24 2018.
Miller, M.H. “The Artists Who Defined the East Village’s Avant-Garde Scene.” The New York Times, April 17 2018.
Anspon, Catherine. “1980s Art Legend ‘Car Bombs’ Dallas in Advance of a Major MTV Moment.” Paper City Magazine, April 13 2018.
Vankin, Deborah. “‘My Kid Could Do That’: See the childhood art of Ruscha, Opie, Aitken and others on view in L.A.” Los Angeles Times, April 6 2018.
“Artists put personal stamp on Peanuts characters for art project involving seven cities.” The Malay Mail, April 5 2018.
“You bring on the art, Charlie Brown: Muralists put personal stamp on Peanuts characters for 7-city project.” Inquirer, April 5 2018.
“Good grief, Charlie Brown is graffiti.” Straits Times, April 4 2018.
Riefe, Jordan. “My Kid Could Do That: Famous Artists Put Their Childhood Drawings on View in LA.” Observer, April 2 2018.
Chow, Andrew R. “Good Grief, Charlie Brown! You’re Graffiti.” The New York Times, April 2 2018.
Arn, Jackson. “Against Everything: Club 57 at MoMA.” The Quietus, March 29 2018.
“‘Beyond the Streets’ Street art and More in Los Angeles.” Blouin Artinfo, March 20 2018.
Martin, Brittany. “This Groundbreaking Exhibit Might Be the Coolest Street Art Show Ever.” Los Angeles Magazine, March 19 2018.
Eler, Alicia. “Wildly imaginative work of artist rooted in L.A. & N.Y. comes to roost in St. Peter, Minn.” Star Tribune, March 29 2018.
Mowder, Meredith. “Club 57.” The Brooklyn Rail, March 5 2018.
“ALAC: Portrait of a Sunny City.” Elephant, January 26 2018.

Miller, Nicole. “Club 57: Film, Performance, and Art in the East Village, 1978-1983.” The Brooklyn Rail, December 13 2017.
Carrier, David. “Dispelled Illusions: Kenny Scharf takes on Color Field.” artcritical, November 23 2017.
Bryan, Susannah. “Watch out, Wynwood: Hollywood’s murals are turning heads.” Sun Sentinel, November 21 2017.
“Club 57 Spirit Beats on at MoMA Exhibit.” The Villager, November 16 2017.
Haden-Guest, Anthony. “At MoMA, New York’s Downtown ’70s Art Scene Just Came Back to Life.” The Daily Beast, November 12 2017.
Krasinski, Jennifer. “Freaks and Geeks: Revisiting the Legendary Club 57 at MoMA.” Village Voice, November 9 2017.
D’Arcy, David. “MoMA Exhibition ‘Club 57’ Salutes the Art of the East Village.” Observer, November 8 2017.
Yaeger, Lynn. “Pointy-Toed Hipsters and Rockabilly Girls: Lynn Yaeger Celebrates the Unrepentant Style Rebels From Club 57.” Vogue, November 2 2017.
Maurer, Daniel. “MoMA Takes a Hit of ’80s East Village as Club 57 Exhibit Opens.” Bedford + Bowery, November 2 2017.
McGrath, Katherine. “MoMA Celebrates Club 57, the East Village Hotspot That Launched Keith Haring and Jean Michel-Basquiat.” Architectural Digest, November 1 2017.
Silva, Horacio. “Forget Studio 54 and Mudd: Club 57 Was Where Things Really Went Down In Underground New York.” W Magazine, October 31 2017.
Maurer, Daniel. “First Look: Kenny Scharf Brings a Psychedelic ‘Cosmic Cavern’ to MoMA for the Club 57 Show.” Bedford and Bowery, October 18 2017.
“New York City’s Club 57 Will Have Its Moment in the Spotlight.” Interview Magazine, October 13 2017.
Jardine, Josh. “Cannabis Communion, A Church in Denver Offers Fellowship Through Weed.” The Portland Mercury, August 23 2017.
Jardine, Josh. “Christ on a Cannabis Crutch.” Source Weekly, August 23 2017.
Kinney, Kathleen. “The colorful reinvention of a 100-year-old US church.” Stuff, July 10 2017.
Schulman, Sandra. “Kenny Scharf Mural and Garden at Wynwood Walls: Cartoon Cosmos Deluxe.” Florida Daily Post, July 9 2017.
Frankel, David. “Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s.” Artforum, June
Wetzler, Rachel. “Frieze New York.” Art Agenda, May 5 2017.
“The Very Best of Frieze New York.” Artsy, May 5 2017.
Noreika, Modestas. “Kenny Scharf’s latest mural at Hiromi Paper in Culver City, CA.” StreetArtNews, April 24 2017.
Feitelberg, Rosemary. “The Bombay Beach Biennale Gets Rolling This Weekend with Help From Gary Oldman, James Ostrer, Kenny Scharf.” WWD, April 12 2017.
Wagley, Catherine. “5 Art Shows to See in L.A. This Week.” LA Weekly, March 29 2017.
Pagel, David. “It’s the Kenny Scharf Show: Junked TVs as a Painter’s Canvas.” Los Angeles Times, March 22 2017.
“‘Blox and Bax’ by Kenny Scharf at Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles.” Blouin Art Info, March 20 2017.
Dastin, Lizy. “When Fantasy Collides with American Culture: Kenny Scharf, BLOX ad BAX.” Art and Cake, March 17 2017.
Smith, Roberta. “Painting From the 1980s, When Brash Met Flash.” The New York Times, February 9 2017.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “The Joy of Eighties Art.” The New Yorker, February 6
Smith, Roberta. “The Whitney Revisits the ’80s, a Decade of Macho and Money.” The New York Times, January 18 2017.
Daichendt, Jim. “How Kenny Scharf Became a SoCal Street Art Icon.” LA Weekly, January 6 2017.

Sessums, Kevin. “The Kenny Scharf Story.” Elliman, Winter 2016.
Levin, Jordan. “Unsettling ‘Desire’ showcases sex in the Design District.” Miami Herald, December 1 2016.
Indrisek, Scott. “Kenny Scharf and Victor Matthews Paint the Bronx.” Blouin Artinfo, June 21 2016.
Rumsey, Spencer. “Graffiti Superstar Kenny Scharf ‘Bombs Out’ in Wild Style at the Nassau Museum of Art.” Long Island Press, June 11 2016.
Williams, Maxwell. “Rule Breakers.” Cultured, April/May 2016.
Deitch, Jeffrey. “Renaissance Man: Kenny Scarf.” Kaleidoscope, Winter
Pimentel, Aline. “A conversation with Kenny Scharf.” Huffington Post, April 11 2016.
Rubin, Karen. “At Nassau County Art Museum: Pop Surrealist Kenny Scharf & ‘Glamorous Graffiti’.”, March, 23 2016.
Parks, Steve. “Kenny Scharf brings his playful pop surrealism to Roslyn.” Newsday, March 21 2016.
Weber, Carol. “Energy bursting Kenny Scharf exhibition at Nassau County Museum of Art.”, March, 21 2016.
Bloom, Karen. “A new season springs forth at area museums.”, March 10 2016.
Cabrera, Élodie. “Kenny Scharf.” Graffiti Art, no. 28, 2016.
“‘Kenny Scharf’ Opens at Nassau County Museum of Art on March 19.” Long Island Exchange, February 25 2016.
Slenske, Michael. “Breaking borders: After & Again puts an artsy spin on traditional Mexican textiles.” Wallpaper, January 28 2016.

“Simpsons Sous Acide.” Graffiti Art, no. 27, December 2015.
“Kenny Scharf.” Purple, Fall/Winter 2015.
Hale, Jamie. “Inside the Day-Glo wonderland of the ‘Cosmic Cavern’ in Portland.” The Oregonian, November 5 2015.
“Car Graffiti at Portland Art Museum.” Willamette Week, November 4 2015.
Che, Cathay. “Never-Before-Seen Photos of Madonna, Warhol, Basquiat and More.” The New York Times Style Magazine, November 2 2015.
Musto, Michael. “100 Years of New York Nightlife: Megaclubs, Performance Art and Celebutants During the Go-Go ’80s.” Paper, October 2015.
“Art-Scaping.” C Magazine, Fall/Winter, 2015.
Vankin, Deborah. “Spray-paint Revolution: ‘OutsideIn’ Street Art Exhibition Opens at Art Center in Pasadena.” Los Angeles Times, October 9 2015.
Daichendt, James G. “Continuing and Recommended: Kenny Scharf.” ArtScene, April 2015.

Suh, Steven. “Kenny Scharf ‘Born Again’ Exhibition @ Honor Fraser Gallery.” Hypebeast, April 10 2015.
“Kenny Scharf at Honor Fraser.” Art Talk. KCRW, March 19 2015.
Wilkes, Rob. “Kenny Scharf.” We Heart, March 19 2015.
Cardiner, Brock. “A Look Inside Kenny Scharf’s ‘Born Again’ Exhibition at Honor Fraser Gallery.” Highsnobiety, March 9 2015.
Slenske, Michael. “Artist Kenny Scharf Turns an L.A. Gallery into a Recycled Funhouse.” Architectural Digest, March 4 2015.
Caro. “Preview: ‘Born Again’ by Kenny Scharf at Honor Fraser Gallery.” Hi-Fructose, February 25 2015.

Binlot, Ann. “Kenny Scharf’s Cosmology.” ArtNews, November 2014.
Marton, Andrew. “Fort Worth’s Modern Museum of Art hosts exhibit of ’80s New York art.” The Washington Post, October 3 2014.
Bailey, Marilyn. “It came from the ’80s: The Modern’s ‘Urban Theater’ show.”, October 2 2014.
Rees, Christina. “Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s.” artnet news, September 22 2014.
Pollack, Barbara. “‘Feito Por Brasileiros/Made By Brazilians’ at Matarazzo Hospital.” ArtNews, September 18 2014.
Voynovskaya, Nastia. “Kenny Scharf, Saner, Joana Vasconcelos and Other Artists Transform Abandoned Estate in Sao Paulo.” Hi-Fructose, September 17 2014.
Matarazzo, Cidade. “‘Made by… Feito por Brasileiros’, a creative invasion.” My Art Guides, September 9 2014.
Slonim, Jeffrey. “The Day Kenny Scharf Graffitied My Vintage Wagoneer.” The New York Observer, August 21 2014.
“Cidade dos Sonhos: revitalizacao do Hospital Matarazzo reune nata da arte em Sao Paulo.” Vogue Brasil, August 8 2014.

Vitello, Gwyneed. “Kenny Scharf.” Juxtapoz, May 2013.

Chang, Bee-Shyuan. “Art That’s Not Just on the Face.” The New York Times, October 10 2012.
Goldman, Edward. “Medicine for Your Eyes.” KCRW Art Talk, May 1 2012.
Wolff, Rachel. “Where the Radiant Baby Was Born: In a basement on St. Marks Place, Keith Haring Became Keith Haring.” New York Magazine, March 25 2012.
Johnson, Alexis M., “Get the Details of Ann Magnuson’s New Performance Around Kenny Scharf’s Cadillac Sculpture on April 14 from 6-8pm.” For Your Art, April 4 2012.

Turco, Bucky. “Kenny Scharf Bleeding onto JR’s ‘Face.” Animal, August 29 2011.
Eisenberg, Zev. “Inside Kenny Scharf’s ‘Cosmic Cavern.” Arthood, June 29 2011.
Slenske, Michael. “The World Catches Up to Kenny Scharf.” Art in America, January 20 2011.
Zara, Janella. “Contemporary Art Stars Create a Custom Skate Shop in Chelsea – And Skater Kids Get a Discount.” Artinfo, August 15 2011.
Miranda, Carolina A. “Cosmic Comic.” Artnews, June 2011.
Phillips, Karin. “Center City Philadelphia Mural Project Gets a Brooklyn Look.” CBS Philly, July 11 2011.
Cosic, Muna. “Patch’s Pick-and-Choose Weekend Planner.” Culver City Patch, November 11 2011.
Laster, Paul. “Kenny Scarf’s Delectable Donut Paintings.” Flavorwire, February 8 2011.
McDonald, Natalie Hope. “Kenny Scharf Paints 13th Street.” G Philly, July 11 2011.
“Kenny Scharf: More, Newer, Better, Nower, Funner! From the Levi’s Film Workshop.” Juxtapoz,, May 10 2011.
Pincus-Roth, Zachary. “‘Art in the Streets’ Press Preview: Deitch, Gastman, Rose, Fab 5 Freddy and More.” LAWeekly, April 15 2011.
Leopold, Shelley. “Street Art at MOCA.” LAWeekly, April 7 2011.
Hawthorne, Christopher. “Architecture Review: West Hollywood Library among top works.” Los Angeles Times, September 28 2011.
Williams, Janette. “‘Street-Cred’ Exhibit Puts a Fine-Art Spin on Graffiti.” Pasadena Star-News, July 21 2011.
McClemont, Doug. “Time to Make the Donuts: Kenny Scharf in Conversation With Doug McClemont.” Saatchi Online, February 9 2011.
Piero, W.S. Di, “If You Don’t Dig.” San Diego Weekly Reader, July 20 2011.
Uku, Andrea. “Lessons in Street Art, There’s More to it Than Just Banksy.” Style Caster, July 8 2011.
Harel, Monica Corcoran, “Exclusive: The Good Life, With Kenny Scharf.” Take Part, October 3 2011.
Chang, Richard. “MOCA Celebrates street art in newest show. The Orange County Register, May 13 2011.
Scharf, Malia. “Kenny Scharf: More, Better, Newer, Nower, Funner.” Unleashed, April 2011.
Spampinato, Francesco. “Kenny Scharf: Bringing the Fantasy Into Reality.” Apartamento, n.07, May 2011.
Michals, Susan. “Art in the Streets Draws a Traffic Jam of Fans.” The Wall Street Journal, April 20 2011.
Slenske, Michael. “The World Catches Up to Kenny Scharf.” Art in America, January 20 2011.

Ryzik, Melena. “Social Disrobing and Other Party Fare.” The New York Times, June 3 2010.
Walder, Joyce. “Kenny Scharf’s Chair at Auction. Those Lips and Eyes!.” The New York Times, May 6 2010.

Collins, Linda. “Art Exhibit in Vacant Storefronts, Art Fair at 395 Flatbush Ave. Extension Sunday.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle, October 15 2009.
“A Sky filled with Shooting Stars: Robert Ayers in New York City.” Robert Ayers in conversation with Kenny Scharf, Summer 2009.
Green, Penelope. “That’s Not a Basemen, It’s Art.” The New York Times, 3 June 2009.
Conner, Justin. “Kenny Scharf.” Interview, November 2009.
“Kenny Scharf.” Whitewall Magazine, Winter 2009.
Cardwell, Diane. “Luring Artists to Lend Life to Empty Storefronts.” The New York Times, October 12 2009.
Chabott, Sophia. “Movado Teams With Scharf on Watch Line.” Women’s Wear Daily, August 17 2009.

“Kenny Scharf for Afsoun.” Vogue, October 2008.

Strong, Lester. “Darkness Bleeding.” A&U Magazine, December 2008.

“Talking Fashion: Norwich Notes.” Vogue, November 2007.

Douglas, Sarah. “Staying Power.” Art & Auction, November 2006.
Leffingwell, Edward. “Kenny Scharf at Paul Kasmin.” Art in America, January 2006.

Douglas, Sarah. “Artinfo Talks With Kenny Scharf at Paul Kasmin Gallery.” Artinfo, October 14 2005.

Timberg, Scott. “Concrete Canvas.” Los Angeles Times, July 10 2004.
Will, Jesse. “Defining Moment.” House & Garden, January 2004.
“Kenny Scharf: Back and Better than Ever.” MLoft, December 2004.

Verini, James. “Hidden Art and Politics.” Los Angeles Times, January 30, E48 2003.
Raden, Lisa. “Kenny Scharf’s Portraits.” Contents, January 2003.

Lecka, Steven. “Kenny Scharf.” Flaunt, August 2002.
Stern. “Warhols Enkel.” Kultur, October 1 2002.

Katz, Vincent. “Kenny Scharf at Tony Scharf at Tony Shafrazi.” Art in America, September 2000.
Russel, Candice. “Culture Clash.” The City Link, March 1-7 2000.
Quick, Rebecca. “Birdie Is a Dumm, But the Girl Is Onto A Real Hip Thing.” The Wall Street Journal, February 10 2000.

Gragg, Randy. “Pop Goes the Artist.” The Oregonian, October 6 1999.
Row, D.K. “Persistence and a Smile.” The Oregonian, October 1 1999.
Sirgado, Miguel. “Craig Robins.” EI Nuevo Herald, September 18 1999.
Parvaz, D. “Scharf Opens Windows on Quirky Pop Art.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, August 5 1999.
Stuckstatte, Marion. “Graffiti Galaxie Bis Zur Gesellschaft der Maschine.” Dusseldorfer Feuilleton, June 8 1999.
Leibowitz, Debra. “California Dreaming.” The Miami Herald, July 1 1999.
Muller, Von Michael-Georg. “Formenviefalt und Farbenfre?.” Welt Am Sonntag, July 11 1999.
Brooks, Ian/Casadio, Mariuccia. “Funtasy side-art of Kenny Scharf.” L’Uomo Vogue, May/June 1999.
Lubow, Arthur. “The Whitney’s Arrested Development.” The New York Times Magazine, April 11 1999.

Paglia, Camille. “Rock Around the Clock.” Forbes ASAP (illustration for article), November 30 1998.
Sheed, Elizabeth. “Kenny Scharf Plays Up Post Pop.” Cover, Vol.12, #5, December 1998.
Austin, Tom. “Alien Supermodels.” Ocean Drive Magazine, November
Kripalani, Jasmine. “Burdines Marks Anniversary with Smart Dummies.” The Miami Herald, October 4 1998.
Frank, Peter. “Ed Ruscha’s Light, Kenny Scharf.” LA Weekly, Vol. 20, No. 44, September 4-10 1998.
Schultz, Carol Ebert. “Kenny Scharf Looks Sharp at MCN.” La Jolla Village News, August 27 1998.
Pincus, Robert. “There’s Big News at La Jolla Museum.” San Diego Union Tribune, August 21 1998.
Darling, Michael. “Kenny Scharf at Kantor.” Dart International, Volume 1, No. 3, Fall 1998.
Louie, Elaine. “Aliens Take Sacks.” The New York Times, May 31 1998.
Jacober, Paul. “A Kenny Scharf Minute.” Miami Go, April 8 1998.
Smith, Roberta. “Kenny Scharf.” The New York Times, February 20 1998.
“Kenny Scharf.” Visual, No. 72, 1998.

Kohen, Helen. “Bass Exhibit a Fashionable Look at the Past.” The Miami Herald, January 31, 1997.
“On Exhibit.” Juxtapose, Winter 1997.
“Kenny Scharf Dibuja un Grafito en la cristalera de Barcelona Televisio.” El Pais, Cataluna/ 15, 1997.
“Carte Blanche, Kenny Scharf’s Show and Tell.” Artis, June-July, pg 41-47, 1997.
Hoban, Phoebe. “It’s Deja Vu, Twice, for Art World.” The New York Times, June 28 1997.
Milani, Joanne. “Child of the Tube.” The Tampa Tribune, June 3 1997.
Sheff, David. “When No Doesn’t Mean No.” (Illustration for article), Playboy, May 1997.
Marger, Mary Ann. “Surreal Puzzel: What to Make of it.” St. Petersburg Times, May 30 1997.
Cantor, Judy. “Scharf Among the Surrealists.” The New York Times, May 15-21 1997.
Sanders, Jacquin. “Your Message Here.” St. Petersburg Times, May 4, Section D, Pg 1, 1997.
Austin, Tom. “The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World of Kenny Scharf.” Ocean Drive Magazine, May, Pg 145-149, 1997.
“Why New Sex is the Best Sex.” (ill.), Playboy, March 1997.
Weiss, Marion. “Kenny Scharf.” Dan’s Papers, January 27, Pg. 10, 1997.
“Kenny Scharf.” The New York Times, January 10 1997.

“The Everglades.” (ill.) Ocean Drive Magazine, September 1996.
Machuca, Marcela Garcia. “Es Otro Mundo!.” October 18 1996.
McKay, Bob. “Beat Me, Daddy, Five to the Bar.” (ill.) Playboy, October 1996.
“Kenny Scharf.” Italian Bazaar, April/ May, Pg. 96-99, 1996.
Brophy, Kitty. “Kenny Scharf.” Juxtapoz, Summer, Pg. 38-43, 1996.
Talbot, Mary. “After Dark.” Daily News, March 1, Pg. 49, 1996.

Smith, Roberta. “Kenny Scharf.” The New York Times, November 24 1995.
Robinson, Walter. “Lost in Space.” Manhattan File, October, Pg. 68-71, 1995.
Madry, Eva. “Tops of the Pops.” Elle Decoration (British Issue), September, Pg. 52-59, 1995
Poz, (ill.), August-September, Pgs. 40, 72, 1995.
Beckett, Kathleen. “Kenny’s Scharf Schak.” Hamptons, July 7, Pg. 38, 1995.
Dean, Dahlia. “Swimming With the Scharf.” WWD, June 22, Pg. 6, 1995.
“From Miami, South Beach.” Brutus, June, Pg. 78-79, 1995.
Winified, Nicole. “Art Darling Scharf Resurfaces.” The News Journal, AP, May 30, Pg. 3D, 1995.
Hurlburt, Roger. “Review: Museum of Art-Fort Lauderdale.” Sun Sentinel, May 21, Pg. 3D, 1995.
Lindley, Kristin. “The Pop-Surrealistic World of Kenny Scharf.” The Sun Post, May 18, Pg. 4, 1995.
Hurlburt, Roger. “Art Harmony.” Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, May
Poz, (ill.), April-May, Pgs. 68-71, 82, 1995.
Simon, Arnold. “Kenny Scharf’s Metamorphosis on Spectacular Display.” East Sider, Ft. Lauderdale, April 19 1995.
Kohen, Helen. “Scharf on Scharf.” The Miami Herald, April 16, Sec. 1, 1995.
“Sa sag de st Goran.” Hast Journalen, March 1995.
Talbot, Mary. “Lines for This Club Go Through a Modem.” The Daily News, March 1 1995.

Canales, Louis. “Kenny Scharf.” Yes, November 4, Vol.1, No. 6, 1994.
Ainsworth, Susan. “The Scharfer Image.” South Florida Magazine, November, Pg. 22, 1994.
Cantor, Judy. “Scharfer Image.” The New York Times, November 3-11, 1994.
Saltz, Jerry. “A Year in the Life: Tropic of Painting.” Art in America, October, Pg. 93, 1994.
“Self-Portrait.” The New Yorker, May, Pg. 24, 1994.
“Arts Alive.” Scholastic Art Magazine, March, Pg. 16, 1994.

“Marge Simpson.” Details (ill.), December 1993.
O’Neil, Jon. “Students turn paint and parts into closetful of objects d’art.” The Miami Herald, November 4 1993.
Rupercht, Christian/ Siebke, Kathinka. “Closet No. 11 Scnell, Schrill, Kenny Scharf.” Foyer (Germany), November 1993.
Kohen, Helen. “Closets of Color.” The Miami Herald, July 9 1993.
Bornstein, Lisa. “Trendy Days are Here Again.” (Review of 1982-83: Ten Years After) Downtown Resident,18 June -2 July, Pg. 16, 1993.
“Tough.” The Plain Dealer (Cleveland), April 3, Section D, 1993.
Bowels, Hamish. “A Vogue Style Living, Miami News,” Vogue, April 1993.
Powers, Jacquelynn D. “The Scharf Eye.” Ocean Drive Magazine, March, Pg. 48-49, 1993.

Schulman, Sandra Carole. Kenny Scharf “Whimsically Wacky.” X S, November 18-24, Pg. 42, 1992.
Dutt, Robin. “Kenny Scharf/ Edward Totah Gallery.” What’s On, April 29, Pg. 32, 1992.
Collings, Matthew. “Kenny Scharf at Edward Totah.” City Limits, April 9-16, Pg. 18, 1992.

Leimbach, Dulcie. “For Children.” The New York Times, November 29, g C6, 1991.
Arias, Joey. “Back in the Closet.” Paper Magazine, November 1991.
Adams, Brooks. “Kenny Scharf at Tony Shafrazi.” Art in America, September, Pg. 137-138, 1991.
Mclean, Alex. “Kenny Scharf.” Metropolitan Home, September, Pg. 116, 1991.
Mahoney, Robert. “Kenny Scharf.” Arts Magazine, May, Pg. 100, 1991.
Grillo, Rosemary. “Son of Pop Keeps Up Cover Arts.” Changing Channels, April, Pg. 12-13, 1991.
“Galleries.” The New Yorker, March 25, Pg. 14, 1991.
“This is the House that Love Built.” Newsweek, March 18 1991.
“Self-Portrait by Kenny Scharf.” The New Yorker, March, Pg. 12, 1991.
“AA Non-Designer Showhouse Held to Toast Absent Friends.” The New York Times, March 7, Pg. C6, 1991
“Whose Room is it Anyway?.” New York Daily News, 7 March Pg. 83, 1991
“ShowHouse 2: The Adventure Continues.” Metropolitan Home, February, Pg. 26, 1991

Zahm, Oliver. “Kenny Scharf-Beaubourg.” Flash Art International, November-December, Pg. 160 (Translated from French by Georgina Barry) Royal Dream, (ill.), 1990.
Howe, John. “Don’t Bungle the Jungle.” Elle Magazine, August, Pg. 170-177, 1990.
“From the Surf to the Space.” BT Monthly Art Magazine, May, Pg. 38-46, 1990.
“Art in the 80’s.” Zoom, April, Pg. 42-47, 1990.
Chevron, Doris. “Echt Scharf.” Elle (Germany), March, Pg. 274-279, 1990.
“Earth 1990: Friend of the Forest.” Harper’s Bazaar, January, Pgs. 76, 140, 1990.

Sanders, Luanna. “The Artist in the Funhouse.” Metropolitan Home, December, Pgs. 104-109, 1989.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, June 27, Pg. 48, 1989.
Geer, Susan. “The Galleries.” Los Angeles Times, May 26, Part VI, Pg. 18, 1989.
“East Side Story.” VOGUE, May, Pgs. 356-401, 1989.
Raynor, Vivien. “Art, Neo-Expressionist or Neo-Surrealist?.” The New York Times, May 13, 1989.
Westfall, Stephen. “Reviews.” Flash Art January/February, No. 1144, Pgs. 120-121, 1989.

Cyphers, Peggy. “Review.” Arts Magazine, December, Pgs. 100-101, 1988
Sturman, John. “Reviews.” Art News, December, Pg. 146, 1988
Waisnis, Edward. “Review.” Cover Magazine, November 1988
Johnson, Ken. “Kenny Scharf at Tony Shafrazi.” Art in America, November, Pg. 175, 1988
“Kenny Scharf. Alles wird Kunst.” Hein, October, No.10 Pg. 183, 1988
Smith, Roberta. “Kenny Scharf Grows Up.” The New York Times, September 23, Pg. 28, 1988
Kasuga, Yoshiko. “Pronto.” House and Garden, April, Vol. 5, No.5 Pgs. 10-11, 1988

Morera, Daniela. Vogue (Italy), October, Pg. 248-251, 1987.
Dowling, Claudia Glenn. “Loony Luna Luna.” Life Magazine, September, Pg. 76, 1987.
“The Next Wave.” Art & Antiques, Summer, Pg. 26, 1987.

“Hang 10 or Hang it on the Wall.” Sports Illustrated, November 17, Pg. 14, 1986.
Heartly, Eleanor. “Reviews.” Art News, October 1986.
“Fantasia Tropical.” Casa Vogue (Brasil), May-June, Pgs. 104-109, 1986.
Daniels, Demetria. “Bibiddy, Bobiddy, Boo.” Downtown Magazine, May 21, Pg. 7A, 1986.

Ca, Brutus. “Art in Action-Dream.” December 15, Pgs. 92, 93, 99 (ill.), 1985.
Heiferman, Marvin. “Graffiti Goes Tropical.” House and Garden, October, Pgs. 202-207, 1985.
Salkaln, Elaine. “The New Do-It-Your-Selfers.” The Daily News, October 13, 1985.
Gandee, Charles K. “Heaven’s Gate.” Architectural Digest, Mid-September, 1985.
Marzorati, Gerald. “Kenny Scharfs’ Fun House Big Bang.” Art News, September, Pg. 72-81, 1985.
S. Walter. “Customize!.” I-D, August, Pg. 46, 1985
Tompkins, Calvin. “The Art World.” The New Yorker, July 22, 1985.
Virshup, Amy. “What’s Really Going On: The Night.” New York Magazine, June 17, Pgs. 38-40, 1985.
Huges, Robert. “Careerism and Hype Amidst the Image Haze.” Time, June 17, Pgs, 78-83, 1985.
Sozanski, Edward. “A Small Sampling of Five Artists.” Philadelphia Enquirer, June 16, Pg. 16G, 1985
Marzorati, Gerald. “Picture Puzzles: The Whitney Biennial.” Art News, Summer, Pg. 74-78, 1985
Small, Michael. “Area Art.” People, May 27, 1985
McGuigan, Cathleen. “A Garden of Disco Delights.” Newsweek, May 20, Pg. 76, 1985
Slesin, Suzanne. “New Look Palladium Re-Opens.” The New York Times, May 16, 1985.
Adams, Cindy. “Disco Madness Hits 14th Street.” The New York Post, May 16, Pg. 29, 1985.
“Biennial: Caring and Compassionate.” Art World, Vol. 9 No. 7, April 1985.
Clushaw, Peter. “Custom Cars.” The Face, April, Pg. 12, 1985.
Russell, John. “Whitney Presents its Biennial Exhibition.” The New York Times, March 22 1985.
O’Brien, Glenn. “Review.” Artforum, March 1985.
Hager, Steven. “Mutants from Outer Space.” High Times, February, Pgs. 46-51, 1985.
Haring, Keith. “Kenny Scharf by Keith Haring.” Interview, February 1985.
Levin, Kim. “The Aesthetics of Cute.” Village Voice, February 6 1985.
Stem, Jean. “Mutant.” Nitro, January 1985.
Engler, Brigette. “Le Jerome Bosh des Annees 80.” ICI New York, January 1985.
Scharf, Kenny. “A Talk with Keith Haring.” Flash Art, January, Pgs. 14-17, 1985.

Engler, Brigitte. “Art Car.” Paper Magazine, December 1984.
“Art: The Sculpture of the New York School.” The New York Times, December 7 1984.
Lacayo, Richard. “Returning to the Frame Game.” Time, December 3, Pg. 72, 1984.
Hershkovits, David. “Home is Where the Art Is.” The Daily News, November 29 1984.
Cameron, Dan. “Neo-Surrealism: Having it Both Ways.” Arts Magazine, November, Pgs. 68-73, 1984.
“A Horse of a Different Color.”(pictorial) The Pennsylvania Gazette, October, Pgs. 29-31, 1984.
Chi, Tseng Kwong. “The Ultima Suprema Deluxa.” (pictorial) Brutus, September, Pgs. 79-81, 1984.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “Year After.” Flash Art, Summer 1984.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “Review: Fun Gallery/Tony Shafrazi.” Flash Art, Summer, Pg. 68, 1984.
Chi, Tseng Kwong. “Zena’s Crib.” Artforum International (pictorial), Summer, Pg. 49, 1984.
“Review: Kenny Scharf/Tony Shafrazi.” Artforum International, May, Pg. 90, 1984.
Graffiti Kunst: “Bilder Aus dem Untergrund.” Arts Das Kunstmagazin, February 1984.
Cameron, Dan. “Saint Kenny and the Culture Dragon.” Arts Magazine, January, Pg. 93-95, 1984.

Domus, December 1983.
Alinovi, Francesca. “Twenty-First Century Slang.” Flash Art International, November, Pgs. 23-31, 1983.
“Openings/Kenny Scharf.” Esquire, November, Pg. 199, 1983.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “The Mutant International; III: The Last Star…Aurora.” Arts Magazine, November, Pgs. 85-90, 1983.
Smith, Roberta. “Aging Well is the Best Revenge.” Village Voice, June 1983.
Larson, Kay. “Primal Dreams.” New York Magazine, March 26, Pgs. 58-62, 1983.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “The State of New York Art.” GO, March 1983.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “Electrically Eclectic.” GO, March 1983.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “East Village.” Flash Art, March 1983.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “X&O.” Arts Magazine, February 1983.

“Plus C’est La Meme Chose.” Art & Auction, November 1982.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice).” Arts Magazine, November 1982.
Ricard, Rene. “The Pledge of Allegiance.” Artforum, November 1982.
Gablik, Suzi. “Report From New York.” Art in America, October 1982.
Baker, Jon. “News from NYC.” Brutus Magazine, September 15, Pgs. 124-125, 1982.
Flash Art (Italian Edition), February-March 1982.
Moufarrage, Nicolas. “Dada, Domino, and de Millions.” New York Native, February 1982.

Chi, Tseng Kwong. “Chrome on the Range.” Soho News, July 22 1981.

“Sex and Death and Shock and Schlock: A Long Review of the Times Square Show.” Artforum, October, Pg. 50, 1980.
Deitch, Jeffrey. “Report from Times Square.” Art in America, September, Pg. 59, 1980.

Basquiat: The Artist and his New York Scene, Amsterdam: Schunck

BLOX AND BAX, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA

Creative Invasion: Cidade Matarazzo, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL

BORN AGAIN, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA

Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX

Kenny Scharf: Kolors, Paul Kasmin, New York, NY

Kenny Scharf: Hodgepodge, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA

Kenny Scharf: Superdeluxa, Waddington Galleries, London, UK

Kenny Scharf: NEW!, Paul Kasmin, New York, NY

Kenny Scharf: Superpop, Paul Kasmin, New York, NY

The Universals, Pucci International, New York, NY
Kenny Scharf, essays by Carter Ratcliff and Robert Farris Thompson, interview by Dennis Hopper, Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY
Kenny Scharf, essays by Barry Blinderman, Gregory Bowen, Bill McBride, Ann Magnuson and Robert Farris Thompson, University Galleries, Normal, IL

In Your Face, Malca Fine Art, New York, NY
Kenny Scharf, Pop-Surrealist, Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, FL

Pop Art, Jan-de James, Phaidon Press Limited, London, UK
El Mundo de Kenny Scharf, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico
Kenny Scharf, essay by Louis Grachos, Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FL

Kenny Scharf, essays by Brooks Adams and Laurence Pamer, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Kenny Scharf, essay by Brooks Adams, Edward Totah Gallery, London, UK

Kenny Scharf, Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, France
The Last Decade: American Artists of the 80’s, Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY
Pharmakon 90, Mukuhari Messe Contemporary Art Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan

Kenny Scharf, Jungle Book, Art Random, Kyoto Shoin International Co., Kyoto, Japan
Kenny Scharf, Three Portfolios, AC & T Corporation, Tokyo, Japan

Kenny Scharf, New Paintings, Akira Ikeda Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture from 1940 to the Present, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Art in Action, Sogetsu Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Vernacular Abstraction, Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo, Japan

Figuration Libre: France U.S.A., Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
New Attitudes: Paris/New York, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA

Reference, Palais des Beaux Arts de Charleroi, Belgium
Back to the U.S.A., Kunstmuseum Lucerne, Lucerne, Switzerland
Kenny Scharf, Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY
Morton G. Neuman Family Collection, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, MI
Champions, Tony Shafrazi, New York, NY

The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL
Brant Foundation, Greenwich, CT
The Dannheiser Foundation, New York, NY
Eli Broad Foundation, Los Angeles, California
Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
The Jewish Museum, New York, NY
Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany
Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico
Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA
New England Museum for Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, CT
Pasadena Museum of California Art, Pasadena, CA
Paterson Museum, Paterson, NJ
Patrick Lannan Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Sogetsu Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York





Articles & Reviews


Editors, Kenny Scharf 1984, Arts & Leisure, New York Times

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Editors, The artist Kenny Scharf at home in Culver City, Interview Magazine

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Michael Slenske,  We Visit Kenny Scharf’s Awe-Inspiring New Studio as He Readies for the Spotlight, Galerie Magazine

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Caroline Mangez, Kenny Scharf: Le Survivant du street-art, Paris Match

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Will Heinrich, The Underground was still Velvet, New York Times


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Loney Abrams, It Was Magical”: Kenny Scharf on Club 57 and the East Village Art World of the Early ’80s, Artspace

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David Carrier, Dispelled Illusions: Kenny Scharf takes on Color Field, Art Critical
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David Pagel, It’s the Kenny Scharf show: Junked TVs as a painter’s canvas, Los Angeles Times

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Filippo Brunamonti, “Il pop surrealismo di Kenny Scharf: «Vi mostro la mia caverna cosmica»”. Il oro 24, February 2016.

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Deborah Vankin, “Spray-paint revolution: ‘OutsideIn’ street art exhibition opens at Art Center in Pasadena”. Los Angeles Times, October 2015.

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Michael Slenske, “Artist Kenny Scharf Turns an L.A. Gallery into a Recycled Funhouse”. Architectural Digest, February 2015.

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Anne Binlot, “Kenny Scharf’s Cosmology”. ArtNews, November 2014.

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Benjamin Sutton, “Kenny Scharf Smoked a Bong Inside a Richard Serra Sculpture”. Artnet, September, 2014.

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Eva Glettner, “See Kenny Scharf’s Mural on Adams Boulevard”. Los Angeles Magazine, September 2014.

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Jeffrey Slonim,  “The Day Kenny Scharf Graffitied My Vintage Wagoneer”. Observer, August 2014.

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Vanita Salisbury, “Kenny Scharf Used to Take Home Turkey Chunks From Work”. New York Magazine, September 2013.

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Julie Baumgardner, “Hot Rods and Hot Nights at a Hapmptons Party for Kenny Scharf”. T Magazine, July 2013.

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Hannah Elliott, “Boneyard Project: Kenny Scharf Paints An Abondoned Airplane”. Forbes, April 2013.

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Emily Colucci, “You Can’t Plan Fun: An Interview with Kenny Scharf”. Art:21, June 2012.

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Alexis Wilkinson, “Los Angeles: Kenny Scharf ‘Hodgepodge’ at Honor Fraser Through May 19, 2012”. Art Observed, May 2012.

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Ryan Mooney, “World renowned artist Kenny Scharf completes mural in downtown Salem”., May 2012.

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Michael Slenske, “The World Catches Up to Kenny Scharf”. Art in America, January 2011.

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Francesco Spampinato, “Kenny Scharf: Bringing the Fantasy into Reality”. L’uomo Vogue, April 2011.

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Joyce Wadler, “Kenny Scharf’s Chair at Auction. Those Lips and Eyes!”. New York Times, May 2010.

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Penelope Green, “That’s Not a Basement, It’s Art”. New York Times, June 2009.

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Robin Dutt, “Kenny Scarf: Edward Totah Gallery”. What’s On, April 1992.

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Kenny Scharf: Born Again. Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles 
Kenny Scharf: Koloss. Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York  
Kenny Scharf: Hodgepodge. Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles  
Kenny Scharf: NEW! New Paintings and Carzy Roy Al Paul Yasmin Gallery. Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
Kenny Scharf: Superpop.  Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York  
Kenny Scharf: Groovenian Drawings.  Foreward by Robert Williams. Kantor Gallery, Los Angeles
Made in the USA, 1970-2001  Keith Haring, Robert Longo, Kenny Scharf, Bill Beckley. Oberhausen Ger. Ludwig Galerie, The Universals.  Pucci International, New York. 
Kenny Scharf: Essay by Carter Radcliff and Robert Farris Thompson, Interview by Dennis Hopper.
Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York.
Kenny Scharf:  Essay by Barry Blinderman, Gregory Bowen, Bill McBride, Ann Magnuson and Robert  Farris Thompson.
University Galleries, Normal, Illinois.
In Your Face: Keith Haring, Jean Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scarf. Malca Fine Art, New York.
Kenny Scharf: Pop Surrealist. Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Pop Art. By Jan de James. London. Phaidon.  
El Mundo de Kenny Scharf:  Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey. Monterrey, Mexico. 
Kenny Scharf: Essay by Louis Grachos. Center for the Fine Arts Miami  
Kenny Scharf: Essays by Brooke Adams, Laurence Parmer   Museum of Art  Fort  Lauderdale  Florida
Kenny Scharf: Essay by Brooke Adams. Edward Totah Gallery, London.  
Kenny Scharf. Galerie Brauborg, Paris.
The Last Decade: American Artists of the 80’s. Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York.
Phamakon 90. Mukuhari Messe Contemporary Art Exhibition, Tokyo.
Kenny Scharf: Jungle Book. Kyoto Shoin International Company, Art Random, Kyoto. 
Kenny Scharf: Three Portfolios. AC & T Corp, Tokyo.  
An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture from 1940 to the Present. Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Vernacular Abstraction. Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo.
Figuration Libre: France – USA. Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris.
New  Attitudes: Paris / New York.  Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh. 
Via New York. Musee d ‘Art Contemporain, Montreal.
Reference. Palais de Beaux Arts de Charleroi, Charleroi, Belgium.
Back to the USA. Kuntsmuseum Luzern, Luzern, Switzerland.  
Kenny Scharf. Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York.  
Morton G Neuman Family Collection. Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Champions. Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York.