13.02.2019 – 09.05.2019
Dan Perjovschi‘s work raises questions about politics, religion, the role of the individual in the collective, and the relationship of the global and the local. He takes an unsparing stance toward the popular clichés circulating in the news media.
For his show in February, Perjovschi will spend two weeks in residence at A4, engaging the local context and reflecting / refracting his encounters through a constellation of drawings, old and new, that will be worked directly onto the gallery walls.
Born in 1961 in Sibiu, Romania, Perjovschi lives and works in Bucharest, Romania. Trained as a painter (at the George Enescu University of the Arts in Iasi, Romania), his work has, since the early 1990s, developed into a prolific drawing practice, focused particularly on satirical drawing.