The New York Times has published a review of the new KAWS exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. KAWS is the moniker of New York-based artist Brian Donnelly. The show is titled “KAWS: What Party.” It is, as the Times describes it, “a fast and tight survey of Donnelly’s 25-year career” that covers KAWS’s early years as a graffiti artist in New jersey through to the present era and his pantheon of now iconic giant sculptural figures “Companion,” “Chum” and “BFF.” Images of these have seemed omnipresent via social media feeds like Instagram the past couple of years. This largely in part due to some massive outdoor installations of these works throughout the world. Right now we are seriously wishing we were back in NYC and could easily attend the show. (Damn you, COVID!)