Essex Street (New York) showed work by Chadwick Rantanen and Vern Blosum at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016.
Rantanen creates using mass produced materials. A wide variety of items are used in various pieces. Below turkey decoys are deployed in the piece, Turkey Spread. The other piece? I didn't get the name of but it is seen in a video and still photo.
Blosum isn't actually a real person but an artist, perhaps, irritated by the proliferation (like a fungus) of "Pop Art," who submitted work to a show at MoMa. You can read about it HERE. This article doesn't get deeply into how tired Pop Art has become; paint Darth Vader with a lollipop and sell it to someone with too much cash and too little taste? Yeah, it happens.
But an artist who makes fun of this with paintings that are as good as 90 percent of those who embrace the "genre"? Bravo! There is irony that, when the artist reveals who they are Pop Art lovers will embrace them.