It’s amazing how Moki can layer her paintings onto wood, integrate them seamlessly with the textured grain, and still deliver a solid piece of art. Interestingly, Moki chooses to forgo the use of titles in practically all her works, explaining that she wants viewers to reflect their own personality, without a filter or guide.
Although the German artist considers herself primarily a painter, having graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Hamburg, she also works with photography, animation, sculpture, comics, and illustration. As if that weren’t enough, Moki also runs the independent art space “hinterconti” together with friends, is part of the BeetoBee Collective, a group connecting artists from European and Asian cultures, and has published two books: Wandering Ghost (2011) and How to Disappear (2010).
May 19 13 @ 5:16 PMIron & Wine at The Capitol Theatre
May 20 13 @ 5:32 PMTom Petty & the Heartbreakers
May 21 13 @ 5:23 PMMoMA's Annual Party in the Garden
May 22 13 @ 5:37 PMof Montreal at Music Hall of Williamsburg
May 23 13 @ 5:27 PMØDD Spring Sale
May 24 13 @ 5:40 PMYacht at Shea Stadium
May 25 13 @ 5:50 PMJames Murphy and Special Guests at Grand Prospect Hall
May 26 13 @ 5:54 PMOneohtrix Point Never at Saint Vitus
May 27 13 @ 6:01 PMA conversation With James Murphy
May 28 13 @ 5:46 PMNaoaki Funayama: X-don at Ouchi Gallery