We apologize for the sporadic nature of Art MoCo posts of late, but let's just chalk up the interruption to that stubborn volcanic ash plume ... We get back into the swing of things with work by Joshua Petker. See the rest of the last couple of weeks at Art MoCo after the jump.
Found objects that are the treasures gleaned from dumpster diving become canvases for Dublin artist Asbestos.
Elisa Johns portrays her mythical heroines as though stepping off the fashion pages in Huntress, her new collection.
Sound, light and space make for an enthralling installation by Milan's Scuola Politecnica di Design.
Joshua Petker is influenced by the worlds of fashion and beauty and their influence on identity in his latest body of work.
A cold, stark light characterizes the landscapes of work by Steve Sechi, along with characters who appear anything but light-hearted.
Poor Man's Gold is an exhibition of work by Joost van Bleiswijk that explores the age-old story of economics and migration via the Dutch East India Company, earthenware and mahogany veneers.
More at Art MoCo.