Mark Mothersbaugh’s ‘Myopia’ exhibition extended by MCA Denver

· Mar. 31, 2015, 3:42 pm
Photo: Mark Mothersbaugh and Adam Lerner at MCA Denver
Artist Mark Mothersbaugh (left) and MCA Denver director Adam Lerner at the "Myopia" exhibition, which runs through April 26, 2015.

If you have an uncontrollable urge to see Mark Mothersbaugh's "Myopia" exhibition before it closes, you now have more time to do so. 

The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver announced today it will extend its career retrospective of the DEVO frontman and film score composer through April 26.

In addition to exploring Mothersbaugh's musical efforts, the massive show also features visual art, including around 30,000 postcard-sized sketches and paintings that sometimes seed bigger projects across different media.

After closing in Denver, "Myopia" travels to other cities like Minneapolis, Akron, Austin and New York City.

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