Kenny Scharf got a lot of attention recently when his Houston Street mural was bombed by a bunch of writers during a recent snow storm. The controversy stirred considerable debate about the nature of public art and the impermanence of street art, and also pointed to the lack of talent of a bunch of children, but whatevs. This week Scharf is in the spotlight again, but for less scandalous reasons. He's got a two-fold exhibition of his trippy paintings opening today at both Paul Kasmin Gallery locations in Chelsea. Check out this preview of the work, and go see the show if you're in New York City anytime between now and February 26th.