By Crocker Staff

If you still want to experience Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose before it departs from the Crocker on September 17, now is your chance.

With diverse works ranging from Mark Dean Veca’s installation Maddest Hatter — the brilliant pink, black, and white cacophony of toile-gone-intestinal — to Kehinde Wiley's awe-inspiring Philip the Fair and Wim Delvoye's intricate steel Cement Truck, the tie that binds all 51 artists is their undeniable mastery of their media.

Here's a small taste of what you can expect during your visit to the exhibition:

By turns humorous, dark, haunting, and thought-provoking, Turn the Page surprises and entices, dexterously overcoming the adage, “you can’t please everyone.” But like all good things, this, too, must come to an end. Don’t be the only one who hasn’t seen this stellar exhibition!

Top Image: AJ Fosik, The Abyss Stares Back, 2011. Wood, paint and nails, 39 × 27 × 14 in. Collection of Ken and Lauren Golden. Photograph by Max Yawney.