Air Art


Many old military airplanes no longer in use end up in the deserts of Arizona, where they sit in areas termed “boneyards.” Gallerist Eric Firestone saw these discarded artifacts as potential canvases, and since 2010, has been inviting artists to revive the planes with their unique work. They are now on view in Tuscon, Arizona’s Pima Air and Space Museum, where the incredible works of Kenny Scharf, Faile, Andrew Schoultz, and Bast can be seen. Check out this video with interviews with Firestone and the artists, as they create their works of art.