If you're in New York City, or in the tri-state area, this is must see show. It's not life changing but there's something here for everyone. Whether it be drawings, prints, light installations, or teddy bears; Mike Kelley will blow your minds.
I took a lot of snaps of what to expect so as always catch the rest after the break.
Simply not enough hours to catch the show in its entirety, which is why I'm making plans to head back. I just gotta. Just like Chris Burden, Mike Kelley's exhibition was encompassed within the whole museum. His whole life's work is here and it's simply awe-inducing. His work often included found objects, textiles, video, installation, performances, drawings... he simply did it all. He was able to leave his mark on popular culture and often used his art as a means to comment on it. With over 200 works in every imaginable medium, he seemed to always repurpose materials and return to themes in his work with an abundance of humor.
For more information on the exhibition please visit momaps1.org.
Keep in mind that the show ends February 2nd, so visit soon before it's gone!