Rhoda Kellogg was a psychologist and early-childhood educator and the director of the Phoebe A. Hearst Preschool Learning Center (which was a part of the Golden Gate Kindergarten Association, in San Francisco) for nearly three decades. Over the course of her lifetime Kellogg amassed a collection of more than two million drawings by children between the ages of two and eight. In 2017 Belott staged ‘Dr. Kid President Jr.’ at Gavin Brown’s enterprise in Harlem: an expansive installation that juxtaposed his own work alongside drawings from Kellogg’s collection of children’s art. Kellogg’s own work – produced during the last decade of her life, when she was in her 70s and 80s – has never been exhibited before. The exhibition at White Columns comprises two groups of her works on paper: cut-paper collages and mixed-media drawings, alongside Kellogg’s designs for children’s furniture and a selection of her hand-written exhibition signage.