This Week at Art MoCo
by sabine7 / April 15, 2011

This Week at Art MoCo: humanimals, boats & clouds, the geometry of wooden sculptures, obscured art catalogues and an eerie future. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Sergei Isupov's Humanimals are a group of serious-looking ceramic sculptures that straddle the line between annoyance and disappointment.

Beachcombing led Matt Sellars to reflect upon maritime disaster and beachfront debris. The result is an installation of terra cotta boats and wooden clouds.

Large wooden sculptures based on geometry came out of architect Anne Tyng's research into the hierarchies of symmetry.

Albert Oehlen creates oil paint abstracts out of collages composed of art catalogue images.

Giacomo Costa uses digital manipulation to create futuristic urban landscapes with a dark side.

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