Death of the Information Age
a few more pics of the work are here and a good article on the show by the DC Citypaper is here.
Some of the other pieces I liked were the cutout envelope art, a drawing of tongues licking envelopes a la Peter Max, a box room called "A Room for Love" (several versions of this exist but no picture of the one I like is on the web, alas) and a drawing of a fan blowing mail entitled "Fan Mail". I'm really sorry there are few or no pictures, because I think more than a few of my LJ f(r)iends would enjoy this stuff.
Besides the Krieger and the Stormin' Norman Rockwell, there were some miniature Pandamania statues, plus a Sally Mann exhibit on death and decay and cadavers that was pretty damn boring. I would have liked more time to look at stuff as we got there late, but I just wanted to make sure I got there before they launch the hideous Gehry show this fall. A little Gehry goes a long way and especially after what happened at CWRU, I think his dysfunctional stuff gets way too much attention. The smashed guitar thing in Seattle didn't impress me one bit, and his metallic bldgs look like a giant robot just barfed on the lawn.
There's something to be said for not going out of your house for ten years, mmhmm.