This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / July 2, 2010

Isidro Lopez-Aparicio treats us to photography that is as intriguing as it is a great opportunity to simply take a break and enjoy. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

The mixture of exuberance and fear caught by Isidro Lopez-Aparicio in this photo of boys hanging upside down is priceless.

Lara Plácido & Sara Bento Botelho have planted a garden full of markers in bloom in this public installation where the wind helps the graffiti along.

Contemporary design classics, such as this piece by Jeff Zimmerman, have a new home in East Hampton.

Benoît Debuisser sees a softer world through his Lomo lens.

Raymond Uhlir's new work is a trippy explosion of cartoon colour.

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