Spring 2008

Artist Project / Moscow Drawing

Window display

Dan Perjovschi

Dan Perjovschi’s expansive, sardonic mode of socio-political cartooning inscribes itself directly onto public spaces, turning walls and windows into wry message boards. The work featured on the following poster was created for the 2007 Moscow Biennial and executed on windows in the Russian capital’s partially completed Federation Tower, a ninety-three-story skyscraper in the city center designed to be Europe’s tallest building upon its scheduled completion in 2009.

A panoramic photograph of a series of windows in Moscow covered with drawings and text created by artist Dan Perjovschi.

Dan Perjovschi is an artist based in Bucharest. Recent solo exhibitions include “What Happened to US?” at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and “I am not Exotic—I am Exhausted” at Kunsthalle Basel, both 2007. He is represented by Lombard-Freid Projects in New York.

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