Although Zimmerdecke by German painter Fides Becker is representative of the artist's look at domestic life and interiors, her interest in female form can be detected. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.
Jason Horowitz takes us up close and personal with a few glamorous Washington drag queens.
Ghostly interiors that are symbolic of a fading bourgeoisie are the subjects of recent work by Fides Becker.
The rich application of Carolyn Meyer's paint is evocative of the heat of a Tuscan summer day among the hills and fields.
The shelves of a bric-a-brac shop are the setting for a whimsical animated film by Barnaby Barford, starring a cast of porcelain characters. It's got everything: romance, humour and a smashing soundtrack.
And for a decidedly feminine touch, the week ends with a look at the work of Soey Milk.
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