Wednesday, 8 August 2012


In a world of long talks with short content (if any), we have Dan Perjovschi, a contemporary artist teaching us to say more, using less. He is a Romanian artist addressing the whole world, who has innovated drawing, using it to create objects, installations, a whole performance.

His work is sharp, daring, ironic, contemporary and universally relevant, reflecting the (sometimes absurd) contradictions of our time. He’s worldwide known for his large-scale drawings on museums and other exhibition places in New York, San Francisco, Rome, Brussels, Paris, Helsinki, London, just to name a few.

If you haven't had the chance the see his work already, have a look at a selection here and make sure to check for his next exhibition.

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