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This Week at Art MoCo

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This Week at Art MoCo: Hollywood drama, retro signage, bold cut-outs, light graffiti and Death Valley. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

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Brian Parillo’s black and white photos of Hollywood landmarks reflect the magic of the silver screen…

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But the saturated hues of Parillo’s retro signage series give us a Technicolor jolt.

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Noma Bar plays with negative and positive space to make statements with bold cut-outs.

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Vicki DaSilva uses tube lamps to create light graffiti for photos such as this one in honour of Ai Weiwei.

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Dennis Frates now sees his photos, such as this Death Valley panorama, in the publications that once inspired him.

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