There is quite a bit of this sort of thing with lots of little pictures and tiny, anti-heroic text messages, resulting in a kind of horror vacui environment in which the bolder and more simple statements come as welcome relief from all the minutia. In this vein, Yoshitomo Nara's Unknown Boy, a stylized image of a very angry young boy painted in the Japanese anime style, is a chilling expression of infantile rage. But even some of the large paintings reflect the horror vacui that seems so characteristic of this show overall. Christian Schumann's Dirty Liver is like a surrealistic composite of mostly retro pop-culture forms, cartoon figures, space aliens, aperitif and cocktail glasses, stylized internal organs and flying saucers all tangled up in an abstract expressionist bebop universe, like a weird, Jackson Pollock/deKooning take on Los Vegas. Curiously strange and wonderful.