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Romanian Dan Perjovschi created New York Times a page promoting MOMA museum

de A.C.
Marţi, 18 martie 2008, 15:02 English | Top News

The NY Times page
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NY Modern Art Museum (MOMA) hired Dan Perjovschi to create a page promoting the museum in the pages of the NY Times daily, Romanian Cultural Institute in New York informs. The 12 March, 2008 NY Times edition hosts Dan Perjovschis's drawings with MOMA in its special Museums page. Selected to promote the museum, Perjovschi starts with an ironic comment on the contemporary art trend and the way it is presented by museums (including MOMA).

Last year, MOMA hosted Dan Perjovschi's first individual exposition in the United States, named "What Happened to US?". He drew as visitors passed along one of the walls of the Donald B and Catherine C Marron atrium, commenting upon the arts' situation and its relation with the social and political context.

The main themes used by Perjovschi were global warming, school violence, freedom of expression or the US image in the world. Perjovschi sees himself as a man of the 'republic' and his way of responding is through drawing.

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