Modern Contemporary Design


This Week at Art MoCo


This Week at Art MoCo: thread structures, a big box of chocolates, stoneware humanity, glorious abstracts and … fries with that. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.


Gabriel Dawes’ thread installations seem to vibrate with colour. These web-like site-specific works from the Plexus series reflect our need for shelter.


Larger than life sculptures of tempting treats are Peter Anton’s trademark. How does he resist?


Tip Toland shares the human body and mind in a beautifully honest way.


Ester Partegàs takes on French fries and candy packaging, creating abstraction out of the everyday.


Claire Desjardins leads us on an expressive exploration of colour, while the movement and energy reveal a narrative hiding just under the surface.

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