Modern Contemporary Design


This Week At Art MoCo


This week we discovered Hey, Hot Shot! 2009 Second Edition, a group exhibition of work by the five winners of a photography competition of the same name. Above we have Quantum Pong 3 (2006) by Jessica Eaton. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.


Alejandro Cartagena examines the new Mexican suburbia, also as part of the Hey, Hot Shot! series.


Ann Toebbe’s Midwest upbringing plays an important role in the development of her aesthetics. Almost naïve, this artist’s work is a mix of painting, pencils and collage.


What appears to be sculptures set in blocks of resin are layers of ink … Dustin Yellin plays with point of view and expectation in a new series of work entitled Eden Disorder.


Devorah Jacoby’s paintings reveal her subjects both inside and out in layers of brushstrokes that take us to what seems like another world.


A road trip to explore the world of the snowbird results in a collection of photography, paintings and film – all inspired by Tara Cooper’s grandmother and her annual sojourn down south.

More at Art MoCo.

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