Like the title says: John Wesley's brightly colored objects and paintings on canvas illustrate themes of the sexual and the curious and sometimes the sexual and the bored, in this retrospective of Wesley's career.
From the David Kordansky website:
Over the course of his half-century career, Wesley has created an amalgamation of minimalist, surrealist, and pop vocabularies that taps into the cultural unconscious. His formal universe, which is predicated on patterning, seriality, and a particularly deliberate use of line and color, brings together references and images of all kinds.
Check the above link for more information. Through July 6.