What: Artist Talk: Claudia Comte on Zigzags and Diagonals
Where: MOCA Cleveland, 11400 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
When: 7 to 9 p.m. May 15
Why you should go: Comte is the artist behind Zigzags and Diagonals, on display at MOCA Cleveland through Sept. 30. The museum invites visitors to “drink cocktails and hear Comte discuss her work at MOCA in relation to her broader practice.” From the MOCA Cleveland Eventbrite page:
Surrounded by her massive wall painting Zigzags and Diagonals (2018), Claudia Comte will reflect on her approach to creating responsive, large-scale murals and installations that transform natural and architectural environments. Although Comte’s work often concentrates on line, form, and color, historical references abound in her practice. As Artforum states, she is an artist with “extraordinary craft” who “toys with the viewers sense of space” through her dynamic use of elements and tools. Come learn more about her new, monumental project at MOCA and its connections to other international works.
How much: Free, and registration is encouraged.
How to get more information: Visit www.eventbrite.com/e/artist-talk-claudia-comte-on-zigzags-and-diagonals-tickets-44031818354 or www.mocacleveland.org.
Image credit: MOCA Cleveland