Comic Future features work by artists who employ the language of various and discordant approaches such as abstraction and figuration to twist representation of their immediate environment, thereby imbricating a skewed, often apocalyptic vision of the future.
Showcasing works from the 1960s through 2013, the exhibition surveys political satire and cultural commentary through styles ranging from capitalist realism to contemporary pop art. The works include early drawings by Sigmar Polke; collage by Walead Beshty; video by Paul McCarthy; painting by Carroll Dunham, Dana Schutz and Michael Williams; new works by Peter Saul, Sue Williams and Erik Parker; and sculpture by Aaron Curry, Liz Craft and Mike Kelley.
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