This Week at Art MoCo
by sabine7 / November 12, 2010

This Week at Art MoCo: Murakami blooms, Hello Kitty as a turkey dinner, ceramic poetry, Anna Wintour working the drive-thru and surreal inflatable dolls. Above, Saul Zanolari's take on Naomi Campbell. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Takashi Murakami's happy-faced flowers are one of his signatures, and no wonder, after drawing them every day for two years to prepare for art school!

Hello Kitty gets an update as a Thanksgiving turkey, a school of fish and a topiary by a group of top-class contemporary artists.

The traditional Japanese style wood-fired Anagama kiln is behind some of the delicate vessels by Young Mi Kim.

Saul Zanolari presents another subject from his study of our celebrity machine: Anna Wintour in the context of a fast-food drive-thru.

Luzinterruptus takes the light show on the road to the gardens of the Victoria & Albert Museum. An impromptu cemetery takes place, thanks to the wind.

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