This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / January 28, 2011

This Week At Art MoCo: quiet contemplation, bold strokes, furniture fragments, wild horses and mysterious narrative. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

We started the week with quiet perfection embodied by the work of Codruta Cernea. Contemplative women gaze outward, untouched by our curiosity.

Martin Creed's bold strokes of colour appeal, but also beg the question, "But how do abstracts manage to have such a hold on us?"

Diango Hernandez offers us installations of fragmented furniture as a reflection on culture and the meaning of the objects in our surroundings.

Diana Thater uses video to show us that when people abandoned the irradiated zone caused by the Chernobyl disaster, the horses took over.

Recent paintings by Sylvester Engbrox feel as though they are part of the same mysterious narrative where not all ends well.

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