‘Mike Kelley’ at MOCA
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‘Mike Kelley’ exhibit

The sprawling retrospective of the late L.A. artist, at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary, includes part of his “Day Is Done” series. The installation features theatrical stage sets activated by video projection. (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times)
A section of Mike Kelley’s “Day Is Done” series, part of a retrospective of the late L.A. artist’s work, on display at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary building.  (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times)
A detail from Mike Kelley’s replica of the wishing-well mountain in Chinatown, part of his installation “Framed and Frame,” on display at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary as part of a retrospective of the late L.A. artist.  (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times)
Stuffed animals from Mike Kelley’s “Arena” series march along the floor of MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary in the foreground. In the background is the late L.A. artist’s “More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid,” a large crocheted wall-hanging with stuffed animals. Both are part of a Kelley retrospective at the Geffen.  (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times)
A group of sculptures from Mike Kelley’s “Kandor” series, along with video projections, are on display in MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary as part of a retrospective on the late L.A. artist’s work.  (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times)
Mike Kelley’s replica of the wishing-well mountain in Chinatown is part of the installation “Framed and Frame,” on display at MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary.  (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times)
A section of Mike Kelley’s installation “Framed and Frame,” on display in MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary.  (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times)
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