Last year Callicoon Fine Arts nearly tripled its space when it moved to its current home on Delancey Street. Still, the new digs total just 1,100 square feet, and every inch of it is used maximally in this show of more than 70 works. Titled “I won’t wait for grey hairs and worldly cares to soften my views,” the exhibition is a Gesamtkunstwerk by a Dubai-based trio—the Iranian-born brothers Ramin and Rokni Haerizadeh and American-born Hesam Rahmanian. Dotted with singular pieces by kindred-spirit artists Etel Adnan, A.K. Burns, Angela Dufresne and Martha Wilson, the rest of the exhibition showcases the collective’s work, melding queer decadence, pop-cultural references, political theater and a critique of Orientalist fantasy. Downstairs, a slideshow is projected on a scrim of the three artists performing a perverse version in drag of Jean Genet’s scandal-making play The Maids. Elsewhere, found-object assemblages, videos and paintings depict Thomas Hirschhorn-like collaged bodies, protest scenes with leather daddy-types holding placards with sexual slogans, and plenty of commedia dell’arte-meets-thrift store getups.