This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / March 5, 2010

What better imagery for the concept of Museum of Unnatural History than these tasty treats that hover in the sky? See what they hover over after the jump, as well as the rest of the week at Art MoCo.

The Museum of Unnatural History is a group exhibition depicting the very odd museum displays that could easily replace those currently in place.

What better models of the exuberance of female adolescence than young girls capturing moments they create for their cellphones? Chris Biddy relies on such portraits via the magic of Facebook and MySpace.

Molly Bosley continues her explorations in the art of scherenschnitte, intricate paper cuts that depict the subconscious.

Stefanie Fiore presents wonderful visual insight into the worlds of immigrants who work hard and make good by taking the viewer into their homes.

And Luzinterruptus were at it again. The Madrid-based group of street artists were not hindered by the Brooklyn snow when it came to having literature stop traffic.

More at Art MoCo.

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