An installation view of four green, black, and white works on paper by Mike Kelley arranged in a grid, a blue artwork by Ed Ruscha with white text, and a primarily white canvas with an indiscernible, black mark in the top center.
An installation view of a blue-grey, pastel Ed Ruscha drawing with white text that reads, “GET OUTTA THAT SPACESHIP AND FIGHT LIKE A MAN.” In the background of the image, nine artworks are displayed in a tight, small-scale grouping, adjacent to two larger works.
An installation view of four green, black, and white works on paper by Mike Kelley arranged in a grid. In the background of the image, nine artworks are displayed in a tight, small-scale grouping, adjacent to two larger works.
An installation view consisting of a Keith Haring drawing of UFOs over a pyramid, a portrait by JPW3, a landscape by Verne Dawson, a red, white, and black abstract painting by Forrest Bess, an abstract painting of UFOs by Charles Shaw, a black-and-white, abstract work by Chris Churchill, a black-and-white drawing by Jim Shaw, and a saturated, cartoonish, landscape of an alien invasion by Andrea Heimer.
An installation view of a large Kieth Haring artwork of two playful, orange figures composed of orange lines with blue dots against a white background decorated with orange zig zags, and a large, blue painting of Superman by Katharine Bradford.
An installation view of a small black-and-white artwork by Robert Adams, a large, blue, leaning plank by John McCracken, a small work on paper by Agnes Martin, and a large, mixed-media sculpture by Nick Cave, of a suited man whose face is replaced by a massive, colorful, black hole-like circle.
An installation view of a small work on paper by Agnes Martin, a large, mixed-media sculpture by Nick Cave, of a suited man whose face is replaced by a massive, colorful, black hole-like circle, and a large, blue painting of Superman by Katharine Bradford.