Dan Perjovschi, WHAT HAPPENED TO US?, at MoMA (Part 1)



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Interview between the artist and curator
Download a .pdf to read an interview between Curator Roxana Marcoci and Dan Perjovschi, about his work at MoMA.

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More about the exhibition at MoMA
Projects 85: Dan Perjovschi was on view at The Museum of Modern Art from May 2—August 27, 2007. Image: Dan Perjovschi. WHAT HAPPENED TO US? 2007. Permanent marker on wall. Installation view. ©2007 Dan Perjovschi. Photo: Robin Holland

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Watch Part 2 of the installation of Projects 85: Dan Perjovschi.

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Projects 85: Dan Perjovschi, WHAT HAPPENED TO US?
The Museum of Modern Art
May 2–August 27, 2007

In his first solo museum show in the United States, contemporary artist Dan Perjovschi creates site-specific wall drawings at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Perjovschi, who lives and works in Bucharest, Romania, makes witty and incisive social and political images in response to current events. His work has been featured in Biennials from Venice to Istanbul to Moscow.

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