The John Natsoulas Gallery has assembled an exhibition of historical proportions this summer, featuring work by notable influential creative minds of the 20th century. There will be paintings and drawings by the brothers Crumb—that’s Maxom and comic-book illustrator Robert (a.k.a. R. Crumb)—and photographer, printmaker, muralist and painter Emmy Lou Packard. Packard’s prints and paintings often had a political message, since she was an activist at heart, not unlike the man she studied under, Diego Rivera. She became friends with Rivera and wife Frida Kahlo, who were the subjects of some of her photographs. Another Rivera/Kahlo connection in this exhibition is the work of Lola and Manuel Álvarez-Bravo, photographers who also captured the famous couple, along with other intriguing people and moments.