Modern Contemporary Design


This Week at Art MoCo


From turntablists to monkey spies, Justin Wood’s illustrations are tight compositions of the way he sees the world.


Kids of all ages dominate the acrylics of Aaron Jasinski. Clubbing, rock’n’roll dreams and consumer electronics make up their days and nights …


Catherine Howe creates soft and serene goddesses of nature who sport a variety of flora and fauna in the tendrils of their coiffes. These portraits impart a sense of strength, yet also one of peacefulness.


Youn Woo Chaa updates wicker weaving by combining a traditional skill of the Tukano Indians with his own form of portraiture.


The intensity of the concert experience is the theme of the Soundtrack to Nothing series of photos by Christy Bush. Teenage fans around the world are depicted in the throes of passion for the music and the moment. SM

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