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Kenny Scharf Art

American, b. 1958

Kenny Scharf is a renowned artist affiliated with the 1980s-era East Village art movement in New York City.

Scharf developed a distinct and uniquely personal artistic style in paintings and prints as well as sculpture, alongside his mentor Andy Warhol, and contemporaries like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring with whom he pioneered contemporary street art. References to popular culture reoccur throughout Scharf's works, such as appropriated cartoon characters from the "Flintstones" and "Jetsons," as well as imagined anthropomorphic creatures. Through ecstatic compositions and a dazzling color palette, he presents an immersive viewing experience that is both intimate and fresh.

Scharf's multifaceted practice — spanning painting, sculpture, installation work, murals, performance and fashion — reflects his dedication to the creation of dynamic forms of art that deconstruct existing artistic hierarchies, echoing the philosophy of Pop artists. Yet Scharf’s artistic significance expands beyond the art historical terrain of Pop art; the artist instead coined the term “Pop Surrealist” to describe his one-of-a-kind practice. His inclusion in the 1985 Whitney Biennial marked the start of his international phenomenon, a reputation that continues to thrive today.

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Artist: Kenny Scharf
Furungle (Green)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Furungle (Green) Size: 42 x 42 in (106.7 x 106.7 cm) Medium: Archival pigment ink print with silkscreened high gloss varnish and diamond dust Editio...
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2010s Contemporary Kenny Scharf Art

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Varnish, Archival Pigment, Screen

Furungle (Red)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Furungle (Red) Size: 42 x 42 in (106.7 x 106.7 cm) Medium: Archival pigment ink print with silkscreened high gloss varnish and diamond dust Edition:...
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2010s Contemporary Kenny Scharf Art

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Varnish, Archival Pigment, Screen

Kenny Scharf, Flintstones, Screenprint, 1998
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Pembroke Pines, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Kenny Scharf, Flintstones, Screenprint, unsigned Year: 1998 Medium: Screenprint, unsigned Edition: 150 Size: 35 x 44 in. (88.9 x 111.76 cm) Image Size: 3...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

KENNY SCHARF, Felix on a Pedestal, 1998
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Pembroke Pines, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Felix on a Pedestal Year: 1998 Medium: Screenprint Edition: XXX /150 Image Size: 36 x 40 inches PaperSize: 39.5 x 43 in. (100.33 x 109.22 cm) Publisher: B...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

VRING!
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Aventura, FL
Archival print with metallic accents, gloss overlays, and screen printed highlights on 100% Cotton 290 gsm Entrada Rag Paper with hand-deckled edges. Hand signed, dated and numbered...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

PLURBLE
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Aventura, FL
24-color screenprint on Mohawk Superfine UltraWhite 160 lb cover paper. Hand signed, dated and numbered by Kenny Scharf. Edition of 99. Sheet size is 24 inches in diameter. Frame ...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

KENNY SCHARF, THE 3 FACES OF JACKIE THE AMERICAN, SERIGRAPH SIGNED & NUMBERED
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Pembroke Pines, FL
KENNY SCHARF "THE 3 FACES OF JACKIE THE AMERICAN" SERIGRAPH SHEET SIZE: 40 X 47 INCHES IMAGE SIZE: 32 X 40 INCHES EDITION: OF 150 YEAR: 1997 SIGNATURE: HAND SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY TH...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Lithograph

KENNY SCHARF, SAJIPPE KRAKKA JOUJESH -1998
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Pembroke Pines, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Sajippe Krakka Joujesh Year: 1998 Medium: Screenprint Edition: XXX /150 Image Size: 37 x 44 inches Size: 39 x 46 inches (93.98 x 111.76 cm) Publisher: Bru...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Ratfinkbonerthunk : Surrealist Rat - Original Giclee Print, Handsigned
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Paris, FR
Kenny Scharf Ratfinkbonerthunk : Surrealist Rat, 1990 Original Giclee Print Handsigned in pencil On Arches vellum 56 x 76 cm (c. 22 x 30 in) Published by Editions Vermorel in 1990 ...
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1990s American Modern Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Giclée

Kenny Scharf illustrated announcements 1995
By Kenny Scharf
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Kenny Scharf Cosmic Tavern: A set of 2 rare 1990s announcement cards designed by Scharf on the occasion(s) of the grand-opening of the Kenny Scharf Cosmic Tavern - a VIP room designe...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Offset

Kraka Jackie Boom, Screenprint by Kenny Scharf
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Kenny Scharf, American (1958 - ) Title: Kraka Jackie Boom Year: 1997 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and Numbered in pencil Edition: 150 Image Size: 32 ...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Vring!
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: 'Vring!' Size: 28 x 23 in (71.1 x 58.4 cm) Medium: Archival print with metallic accents, gloss overlays, and screen printed highlights on 100% Cotto...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Archival Pigment, Screen

In the Beginning
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
KENNY SCHARF In the Beginning, 2019 6 color lithograph printed with Marinoni lithographic press, hand cut on 300 g. BFK Rives paper Hand signed and numbered from the edition of 99 on...
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2010s Street Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Lithograph

VRING!
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf VRING!, 2021 Archival print with metallic accents, gloss overlays, and screen printed Highlights on 100% Cotton 290 gsm Entrada Rag Paper with hand-deckled edges Signed,...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Unique drawing on Tony Shafrazi poster, signed & inscribed to Warhol's boyfriend
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf Original drawing on Tony Shafrazi poster, signed and inscribed to Andy Warhol's last boyfriend Jon Gould, 1984 Permanent marker drawing on Kenny Scharf Tony Shafrazi Gallery exhibition poster (hand signed and inscribed by Kenny Scharf) Boldly signed and inscribed to Andy Warhol's last boyfriend Jon Gould Frame included: Framed in a museum quality wood frame with UV plexiglass. Measurements: Frame: 35 x 28.5 x 1.5 inches Print 28.25 x 22 inches Own a piece of Pop Art history! This is a unique drawing hand signed and inscribed by Kenny Scharf, done on a vintage collectible 1984 poster from the legendary Tony Shafrazi Gallery. If you saw "The Andy Warhol Diaries" on Netflix, you'd know about Warhol's relationship with Jon Gould - Andy's last boyfriend; tragically, Warhol would become Gould's last boyfriend as well, when, soon after, Gould would die of AIDS at the young age of 33 Kenny Scharf created an original drawing, done in marker, and inscribed it to Jon Gould (featured prominently in Andy Warhol's Diaries and the eponymous Netflix series) - and it had not been seen since the 1980s. Jon Gould was a New England educated former Vice President of Corporate Communications at Paramount Pictures - a Boston Brahmin whose real claim to fame was as Andy Warhol's last boyfriend. This work was acquired from the widely publicized sale of the collection of Jon Gould - -a treasure trove of valuable gifts and art works by Warhol and others like Kenny Scharf, Basquiat and Keith Haring to Gould - that had not been seen in nearly four decades. This is one of the works from that impressive sale. Below are links to two of the many articles about the collection of Jon Gould in the New York Times, Artnet News and the New York Post respectively. About Kenny Scharf: Kenny Scharf (b. 1958, United States) is a renowned artist affiliated with the 1980’s East Village Art movement in New York. Scharf developed a distinct and uniquely personal artistic style in paintings as well as sculpture, alongside his mentor Andy Warhol, and contemporaries like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring with whom he pioneered contemporary street art. References to popular culture reoccur throughout his works, such as appropriated cartoon characters from the Flintstones and Jetsons, as well as imagined anthropomorphic creatures. Through ecstatic compositions and a dazzling color palette, Scharf presents an immersive viewing experience that is both intimate and fresh. Scharf’s multifaceted practice—spanning painting, sculpture, installation work, murals, performance and fashion—reflects his dedication to the creation of dynamic forms of art that deconstruct existing artistic hierarchies, echoing the philosophy of Pop artists. Yet Scharf’s artistic significance expands beyond the art historical terrain of Pop Art; the artist instead coined the term “Pop Surrealist” to describe his one-of-a-kind practice. His inclusion in the 1985 Whitney Biennial marked the start of his international phenomenon, a reputation that continues to thrive today. Courtesy of Almine Rech MORE ABOUT JON GOULD: Warhol wrote extensively on Jon Gould in his diaries. In July, 2022, when the Netflix series "The Andy Warhols Diaries" came out, the New York Post (among many other publications) ran a major feature article on Warhol's relationship with Gould and on this very sale: It reads, "When Harriet Woodsom Gould died in 2016 in her nineties, she left behind a trove of family heirlooms dating back to the 1700s in her Amesbury, Mass., home. Yet in her attic, she had a secret veritable shrine to pop art. There, she had stashed her late son Jon Gould’s belongings for decades since his death in 1986 from AIDS. He had vases painted by Jean-Michel Basquiat, works by Keith Haring and dozens and dozens of gifts — photos, valentines, sketches, letters and more — from pop god Andy Warhol. “My mother kept everything,” Jon’s twin brother, Jay Gould, told The Post. Jay knew his brother “had some type of relationship” with Warhol in the 1980s, though Jon always remained discreet about it. “We were very close, identical twins, but we never talked a lot about his sexuality,” Jay, now 68, explained. “It was a different time.” Yet, he was still stunned to read the poetry and love notes Jon wrote to the older artist. “I didn’t realize the relationship was as deep as it was.” Actually, no one really knew. Gould was Warhol’s last romance, a young Paramount executive with floppy hair and preppy good looks who died tragically at 33. And though Warhol frequently mentioned him in his famed diaries, published posthumously in 1989, the artist’s dashed-off musings gave the impression that Jon was more of a crush than a genuine partner...Gould didn’t so much enter into Warhol’s life as Warhol willed him into it. It was April 1981, and Warhol, then 52, was still reeling from his breakup with Jed Johnson... Jed left that December, and that spring Warhol confessed to feeling lonely: “I’ve got these desperate feelings that nothing means anything. And then I decide that I should try to fall in love, and that’s what I’m doing now with Jon Gould.” Gould was a 26-year-old Paramount exec: a New England WASP with a lithe, strong physique and charismatic personality, who looked straight. Warhol reasoned: “Jon is a good person to be in love with because he has his own career, and I can develop movie ideas with him, you know? And maybe he can even convince Paramount to advertise in Interview, too. Right? So my crush on him will be good for business.” Warhol began courting Gould with a vengeance, sending extravagant bouquets of roses to his office at Paramount. He even offered their mutual friend, the photographer Christopher Makos, a fancy watch if he could get Gould to be his boyfriend. “I guess he never got loved,” Makos says in the series. “Because I didn’t get my watch.” (Jay Gould also tells the camera that his brother had admitted that he was in a relationship but that he said they didn’t have sex.) At first, Gould resisted Warhol’s attention, but eventually the two began spending a lot of time together, though Gould would frequently pull away if things got too intense, and he often would tell Warhol not to write about him in his diary. “I think my brother was concerned about his career at that time,” Jay Gould said. But the younger man attended parties and art events with him, invited the artist skiing with his family in Aspen and even for a time moved into his place on 66th Street. “I love going out with Jon because it’s like being on a real date,” Warhol wrote early in their relationship. “He’s tall and strong and I feel like he can take care of me.” Yet it turned out that Warhol would have to take care of Gould. On Feb. 4, 1984, Jon was admitted to New York Hospital with pneumonia — though it was understood that he had AIDS. Warhol stayed with him in the hospital every night for the 30 days he was there, despite his fear of hospitals since getting shot and his fear of getting AIDS. (Warhol couldn’t bring himself to talk about Gould’s illness in the diary, but his editor notes that when Gould was released March 7, Warhol instructed his housekeepers to wash Jon’s clothes and dishes “separate from mine.”). Around 1985, Warhol began working on his massive series of 100 works based on Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Permanent Marker, Lithograph, Offset

Acid Rain
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Greenwich, CT
Acid Rain is a screenprint on paper in unique, trial-proof colors, 32 x 40" sheet size, signed and numbered in the lower right margin ‘TP16/40 Kenny Scharf,’ and framed in a contemp...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

Unique Surfboard
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Unique Surfboard Size: 195.6 x 50.8 x 6.4 cm. (77 x 20 x 2 1/2 in.) Medium: Spray Paint on Surf Board Edition: Unique Original 1 of 12 Year: 2021 Notes: Signed and numbered 'Tim Bessell 1/12 Kenny Scharf' on the reverse. Kenny Scharf is a legendary American artist who was a pioneer in the iconic 1980s East Village street art scene in New York. Together with artists such as Keith Haring, Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, Scharf helped spearhead the aesthetics of the era, co-authoring arguably the most essential chapter in street art history by positioning it as an equal player on the contemporary art world’s main stage. Today, the Californian is widely recognised as one of the most important figures in the ‘Lowbrow Pop Surrealism’ art movement, which is characterised by abstract imagery merging with dreamy cartoon characters, and is rooted in comics, punk music, and graffiti and street culture. Like many other children growing up during Pop Art's cultural boom in the 1960s, Scharf was greatly impacted by images of popular and commercial culture that permeated and shaped American collective consciousness. But, unlike other kids, Scharf's interests went beyond clipping out photographs from magazines to stick on his bedroom wall. Instead, he found joy in finding expression on the streets, where, with a spray paint can in hand, he could share his unique, Day-Glo, psychedelic pictures with the public. In his works, Scharf employs a range of techniques, media and allusions to create hallucinatory compositions bursting with bright colours, bold patterns, and dreamlike metaphors, featuring a host of anthropomorphic creatures, extraterrestrial beings, and comic book motifs. A UNIQUE STATEMENT AGAINST MARINE POLLUTION In 2012, Scharf decided to take his practice one step further by working on a unique partnership with Parley – a group and platform raising awareness about the major threats towards our oceans, which are the most important ecosystem of our planet. As Scharf explained, ‘I am obsessed with plastic in our oceans and I jumped at the chance to do anything with other people that are also sharing that obsession.’ Parley’s Global Cleanup Network has a special focus on protecting the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico where the group have been active since 2017, and where Scharf himself has spent numerous years. Scharf created a small group of only twelve individually painted...
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2010s Street Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Spray Paint

Aqua Pollination
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Greenwich, CT
Aqua Pollination is a unique, trial-proof screenprint on paper, 34 x 39" sheet size, signed ‘Kenny Scharf’ lower center margin and numbered lower left corner ‘TP12/40.’ Framed in a ...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

Space Balls
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Greenwich, CT
Space Balls is a unique, trial-proof screenprint on paper, 32 x 40" sheet size, signed and numbered lower right margin ‘TP14/40 Kenny Scharf,’ and framed in a contemporary, white mou...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

Jade Pea God
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Greenwich, CT
Jade Pea God is a unique, trial-proof screenprint, 34 x 39" sheet size, signed ‘Kenny Scharf’ lower right corner and numbered lower left corner ‘TP23/40.’ Framed in a contemporary, ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

Signed Kenny Scharf print 2004
By Kenny Scharf
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Kenny Scharf 2004: Mixed media monoprint. 22½ h × 15 w in (57 × 38 cm). Excellent overall vintage condition. Signed, dated and numbered to the lower edge: ‘83 K Scharf '04’ from ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Monoprint, Mixed Media

Sajippe Kraka Joujesh
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Sajippe Kraka Joujesh Medium: Silkscreen Signed: Hand Signed Measurements: 39" x 46" Edition Number: 26/150 PRINTER: Fine Art Printing Ltd, NYC PUBLIS...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Untitled from the portfolio "Columbus: In Search of a New Tomorrow"
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf Untitled from the environmental portfolio "Columbus: In Search of a New Tomorrow", 1992 Color silkscreen on Fabriano paper with blind stamp, held in the original portfolio sleeve Pencil signed and annotated PP by Kenny Scharf on the front 30 × 22 3/4 inches Unframed This is one of five Printers Proofs aside from the regular edition of 100, hand signed and annotated PP on the front, with the publisher's blind stamp, from the original portfolio Columbus: In Search of a New Tomorrow, housed in the rarely seen original protective sleeve. “Before the world is changed it would perhaps be more appropriate not to destroy it” Paul Claudel This dazzling color silkscreen on Fabriano paper, pencil signed and annotated Printer's Proof is Kenny Scharf's contribution to the portfolio, "Columbus: in Search of a New Tomorrow" - to raise funds and awareness about saving the Rainforest. 35 artist from around the world were invited to contribute mainly silkscreens, but also photography, literature, drama and music. This ambitious project was sponsored by His Majesty King Juan Carlos of Spain and Mr. Hoet, manager of “documenta IX”. Besides Scharf, other artists who participated in this portfolio are: Joseph Beuys (autorisierter Nachdruck), Max Bill, Sandro Chia, Eduardo Chillida, Joe Cocker, Christo, Hanne...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Thou Shalt Have No Other Gods Before Me (The First Commandment)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf Thou Shalt Have No Other Gods Before Me (The First Commandment), 1987 5-Color lithograph on Dieu Donne handmade paper with deckled edges 24 × 18 inches Hand signed, date...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Lithograph, Pencil, Graphite

Kenny Scharf book drawing 1998 (Basquiat Keith Haring Kenny Scharf Lio Malca)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Kenny Scharf drawing 1998 (book drawing): 1990's Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf exhibition catalogue featuring a signed & inscribed Kenny Scharf drawing. Further ba...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Offset, Paper, Ink

Jungleyea - Edition 56/75 Framed
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Miami, FL
Archival print on 290 gsm Cotton Entrada Rag Paper with hand-deckled edge. Signed, dated and numbered.
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2010s Contemporary Kenny Scharf Art

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Archival Pigment, Archival Paper

Jade Pea God
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Miami, FL
A multidisciplinary artist, Kenny Scharf is as much a painter known for his murals as a sculptor and a master of installation. Populated by animals with anthropomorphic expressions and imaginary creatures, its universe is nourished by a fantastic dimension. Though powerfully colorful, Scharf's imagery is not free from the darker themes that crop up to the surface of his works. Kenny Scharf is affiliated, like Keith Haring (one of his closest friends) to the East Village Art...
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1980s Kenny Scharf Art

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Archival Pigment

Signed Kenny Scharf exhibition catalogues 1997/1998 (set of 2)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Kenny Scharf 1997-1998: A set of 2 individual hand-signed Kenny Scharf exhibition catalog's published on the occasion(s) of: Kenny Scharf Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York 1998: 100+ pages with bold, bright colors & superb overall print quality; features essays by Carter Ratcliff & Robert Farris Thompson; interview and texts by Tony Shafrazi, Dennis Hopper & Kenny Scharf. A definitive survey of the artist's early work & life. Hand-signed, inscribed & dated '98 by Scharf on the interior 1st page. 1st edition, 1998. Limited edition of 2000. Kenny Scharf Pop Surrealist: Salvador Dali Museum...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Paper, Offset

Bad Girls
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf Bad Girls, 1989 Lithograph done with 9 colors and 10 plates on Velin Arches Blanc paper Hand signed and numbered PP by Kenny Scharf on the front...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Lithograph

Absolut Vodka
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf Absolut Vodka, 1987 Offset Lithograph in colors on wove paper Hand signed and dated by artist on lower right front 45 × 33 inches Unframed This rare vintage pencil signe...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Lithograph, Offset

Val Wong Worm (unique mixed media painting on paper)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
Kenny Scharf Val Wong Worm, 2006 Oil, acrylic, silkscreen and rhinestones on paper Signed, dated and titled by the artist on the die-cut window on the back Frame Included: elegantly floated and framed in a museum quality white wood frame with a die-cut window to reveal the signature on the back of the artwork An impressive unique Kenny Scharf work on paper - with an equally riveting back story. This work was gifted directly by Kenny Scharf to the original owner, who is the collector who commissioned Scharf to make his famous Souped-Up, Decked-Out Coupe De Ville Cadillac Art Car which sold for about US $400,000 at Heritage Auctions in 2023. Measurements: Frame: 49.5 x 35 x 2 inches Artwork: 44 x 30 inches This work is accompanied by a letter of provenance stating, "This letter will serve to outline the provenance of the Kenny Scharf "Val Wong Worm" work on paper from 2006. In 2005, I and my two business partners in the firm Trackside Brothers, LLC commissioned Kenny Scharf to paint/customize a 1960...
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Early 2000s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Mixed Media, Oil, Acrylic, Screen

Kenny Scharf Furungle Green
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Furungle Green Medium: Archival pigment ink print with silkscreened high gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova Etching Cotton Rag 315 gsm fine art pape...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Archival Pigment

Aqua Pollination
By Kenny Scharf
Located in West Hollywood, CA
Kenny Scharf Aqua Pollination 1988; Screenprint 34 x 38 3/4 inches Signed by the artist in the lower center Edition PP 4/6 in lower left corner Published by Martin Lawrence...
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1980s Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Kenny Scharf Tony Shafrazi gallery 1984 (Kenny Scharf 1984)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Vintage 1984 Kenny Scharf Exhibition Poster: Original Kenny Scharf illustrated exhibition poster published by Tony Shafrazi Gallery in conjunction with the Fun Gallery, New York, NY 1984. Fun, cool, vibrant original 1980s pop art without breaking the bank. Medium: Offset Lithograph, 1984. Dimensions: 23 x 24.75 inches (folded open). Condition: Fold-lines as issued; good overall vintage condition. Muralist, painter, sculptor, and installation artist Kenny Scharf (American, b. 1958) is best known for his fantastical, large-scale paintings of anthropomorphic animals...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Offset, Lithograph

FLORES BLACK (SCULPTURE)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Aventura, FL
Shaped aluminum with black flock mounted to a polished stainless steel base with flocked feet. Size: 25 x 21 x .375 inches (base 3.5 x 9 x .25 inches). Engraved artist signature on...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Stainless Steel, Metal

Paradis Perdu
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Paradis Perdu Medium: Archival pigment inks with high glass varnish and diamond dust on Innova Etching cotton rag 315 gsm fine art paper Date: 2022 Editio...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Archival Pigment

Check Fest print by Kenny Scarf, 1999 (blue and yellow pop surrealism)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
This print is signed and numbered in pencil from the edition of 108. There were also 18 Artist Proofs. The edition was printed at Brand X Editions, NYC and published by Lincoln Cente...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Kenny Scharf, Sajippe Kraka Joujesh
By Kenny Scharf
Located in New York, NY
SAJIPPE KRAKA JOUJESH Year: 1998 Medium: Silkscreen Size: 39 x 46 inches (99 x 117 cm) Edition: 150 Price: $4,000 Kenny Scharf was born in 1958, in Hollywood, California. The artis...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

Furungle 1 (Black)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Boca Raton, FL
A whimsical composition rendered in tones of pink, white and black - an excellent example of Scharf’s contemporary style, influenced by the street art of New York.
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21st Century and Contemporary Street Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Archival Pigment

Furungle (Suite of 6)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Calabasas, CA
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Furungle (Suite of 6) Year: 2021 Medium: Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high gloss varnish and diamond dust on Inn...
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2010s Contemporary Kenny Scharf Art

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Archival Pigment

Furungle X 6 Black, Pop Art, Pink Flowers Diamond Dust
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Miami, FL
Fun, whimsical and kooky, Kenny Scharf’s works consist of popular culture icons with made up science related backgrounds. He uses popular images that he grew up watching, such as the Flintstones...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Lacquer, Archival Ink

Furungle X 6 Gold Purple Black, Pop Art, Flowers Diamond Dust
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Miami, FL
Fun, whimsical and kooky, Kenny Scharf’s works consist of popular culture icons with made up science related backgrounds. He uses popular images that he grew up watching, such as the Flintstones...
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2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Lacquer, Archival Ink

THE 3 FACES OF JACKIE THE AMERICAN
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Aventura, FL
Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Serigraph on paper. Edition of 150. Sheet size: 40 x 47 inches. Image size: 32 x 40 inches. Additional images available upon request. Certi...
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1990s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

Furungle (Blue)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Boca Raton, FL
Colorful, cartoonish faces and imagined creatures populate Kenny Scharf's fantastical murals, paintings, sculptures, and installations.
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen

SPACE BALLS
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Aventura, FL
Hand signed, dated and numbered by the artist. Serigraph on paper. Edition of 150. Additional images available upon request. Certificate of authenticity included. Artwork in excelle...
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1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Screen, Paper

Cateyeguy
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Hollywood, FL
Artist: Kenny Scharf Title: Cateyeguy Size: 10 x 3 1/2 x 5 1/2 Inches Medium: Sculpture Technique: Painted Resin Edition: OF 2500 Year: 2004 Provenance: Toy sculpture, hand-si...
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Early 2000s Street Art Kenny Scharf Art

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Acrylic, Resin

Big Flores Blue
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
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2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Varnish, Archival Pigment

Big Flores Yellow
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
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2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Varnish, Archival Pigment

Furungle Green
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
Category

2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Archival Pigment, Varnish

Furungle Red
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
Category

2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Archival Pigment, Varnish

Big Flores Green
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
Category

2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Varnish, Archival Pigment

Furungle Gold
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
Category

2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Archival Pigment, Varnish

Furungle Orange
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
Category

2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Archival Pigment, Varnish

Furungle Black
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
Category

2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Archival Pigment, Varnish

Furungle Blue
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Archival pigment ink prints with silkscreened high-gloss varnish and diamond dust on Innova 315 gsm paper
Category

2010s Abstract Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Archival Pigment, Varnish

Zoltaire
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
Kenny Scharf
Category

2010s Contemporary Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Archival Pigment

Pink Flores
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Atlanta, GA
FLORES PINK Year: 2021 Medium: Shaped aluminum with pink flock mounted to a polished stainless steel base with flocked feet Size: 25 x 21 x 3/8 inches; base 3.5 x 9 x .25 inches (63....
Category

2010s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Stainless Steel

CAPTAIN FUN (ORIGINAL DRAWING)
By Kenny Scharf
Located in Aventura, FL
Original drawing on paper. Hand signed, titled and dated on verso by the artist. Artwork size: 22.5 x 28.75 inches. Frame size: 29.25 x 35 inches. ...
Category

1980s Pop Art Kenny Scharf Art

Materials

Color Pencil, Paper

Kenny Scharf art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Kenny Scharf art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of blue, orange, green and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Kenny Scharf in screen print, archival pigment print, pigment print and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the Pop Art style. Not every interior allows for large Kenny Scharf art, so small editions measuring 4 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Jasper Johns, Albert Al Hirschfeld, and Michael Knigin. Kenny Scharf art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $420 and tops out at $135,000, while the average work can sell for $7,000.
Questions About Kenny Scharf Art
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Kenny Scharf, who coined the term “Pop Surrealist”, is known for pioneering street art and for his numerous references to pop culture and cartoon characters in his work. His art is exciting and colorful, creating an immersive experience for the viewer. Find original Kenny Scharf art on 1stDibs.

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