A couple weekends ago, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (with support from Library Street Collective) opened a new show from art superstar KAWS. Entitled ALONE AGAIN, the exhibition features five large scale companion sculptures and three paintings displayed on a special mural painted by the Brooklyn-based artist. Utilizing his signature bold colors and abstracted pop imagery, the paintings really stand out against the 62-foot black and white snoopy-esque backdrop. This wall also contrasts nicely with the dark FINAL DAYS, SMALL LIE, ALONG THE WAY, BETTER KNOWING, and AT THIS TIME sculptures scattered around the space.

Photo credit: @jontywilde@nonstopmike, @_shawnday_, @boswellcreative, @lifeofkaye, @dominthematrix, @wbehrendt, and @dominickgiachetti.
Discuss KAWS here.