Mary Clare Stevens

Executive Director at Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts

Executive Director at Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts

Mary Clare Stevens on KCRW

The late LA artist Mike Kelley was long preoccupied with Superman comics, specifically the mythical city Kandor, capital of the planet Krypton.

Superman's hometown, as reimagined by Mike Kelley

The late LA artist Mike Kelley was long preoccupied with Superman comics, specifically the mythical city Kandor, capital of the planet Krypton.

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