Later in the exhibition visitors see Helnwein’s take on America, his work subverting its popular culture. The red toned “Mouse (X)” (Myšák X) shows a demonic looking Mickey Mouse, while in “LA Confidential” (LA Tajné), a reference to James Ellroy’s 1990 crime novel, a uniformed cop and a man who appears to be a plain clothes detective contemplate the body of a man that has the head of Donald Duck. This image is one of several in Helnwein’s paintings where the American police force are disparaged. In “American Madonna (Epiphany IV)” (Americká Madona, Zjevení IV) created in 2000, a beautiful young woman—half covered in shiny material with a benevolent expression like that typically used for the Madonna—sits with a baby boy on her knee. A police officer in the latter part of middle age is leaning over, one hand on the bare knee of the woman, his unappealing and jowly face pushed toward them while the baby points a finger at him accusingly.