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    Doug Eng; Structure of Nature | Nature of Structure

    Jacksonville artist Doug Eng's newest exhibition, Structure of Nature | Nature of Structure, is now on view at MOCA Jacksonville. Eng is an active member of the community, centering his artistic efforts on the need to preserve Northeast Florida's endangered wetlands and forests.

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    Project Atrium: Damián Ortega

    Damián Ortega is a leading Mexican contemporary artist whose work always plays with scale, ranging from the molecular to the cosmic, and this Project Atrium installation combines both. Drawing from an intimate recollection of putting his daughter to sleep, with a mobile over the bed, the artist has conceived a suspended rotating double helix. 

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    Left Side Right Side

    Left Side Right Side considers the genre of portraiture and its articulation in contemporary art. Taking its title from Joan Jonas' early exploration of the self-portrait through video (Left Side Right Side, 1972), it relates directly to one of the MOCA collection's thematic directions which, under the rubric Re-presentation, encompasses works in a variety of media, including video, photography, prints, painting, and sculpture.