Modern Contemporary Design


This Week at Art MoCo


This Week at Art MoCo: kaleidoscopic architecture, curb appeal, Chewbacca, glass beads and taxidermy, and mysterious daily drawings. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.


Ken Wyner presents a few new perspectives on architecture and interiors, to kaleidoscopic effect.


Ziemowit Maj goes curbside for a recent series of photos that reveals the streets to be a rich source of subject matter.


Striking conceptual compositions, including a Wookie on a walk, make up James Green’s photography portfolio.


Which is the main material in Kohei Nawa’s PixCell series, the clear glass beads or the object (often a piece of taxidermy) lurking beneath?


Marcel van Eeden focuses on semi-fictional events that took place before he was born for his output of daily drawings.

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