This retrospective of the late, Los Angeles–based Mike Kelley, a maverick artist who mined pop culture to the core for the materials and subject matter of his work (sculptures, installations, performances), features one of MoMA's newest acquistions: the monumental installation Deodorized Central Mass with Satellites (1991–99). Why should kids care? Well, it's supremely rainbow-colored and was made almost entirely of stuffed animals the artist found in rummage sales, which he stitched together over the course of many years to form an enormous, amorphous growth-cum-sculpture. It will be suspended with wires and surrounded by all sorts of other colorful hanging objects and wall-mounted pieces, creating a magical environment little ones ought not to miss. All ages.