Modern Contemporary Design


This Week At Art MoCo


Let me out of here. This is a common enough sentiment for most of us, at some point or another, especially on Monday. And thus the week began at Art MoCo, with Brian Biedul’s exploration of humans (both within the paintings and those on the outside looking in) and their perception of space.


Chris Anthony’s new exhibition is called I’m the Most Normal Person I Know and once you see his paintings, you will probably agree.


Sebastian Lemm creates terrific abstracts using a variety of photography techniques that make the most of nature and light.


Waffles and Waterloo combine forces to reign as the subjects of Jophen Stein’s new body of work. It is a look at history through syrup-covered glasses.


Claudio Roncoli mixes consumerism, vintage advertising images and a dose of the sacred in his paintings where happy people wear cookies as haloes. SM

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