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The Artist's Survival from Communism to Capitalism

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Published on Nov 21, 2013

by Dan Perjovschi.
A definitory element of Mr. Perjovschi's art is that of impermanence. His mediums of choice are empty walls, clear windows or even floors, using markers or chalk to convey his drawings. Yet the environment with which he started with is that of the newspaper; he commented of this in an interview, saying:
"I love the medium of newspaper; I love printed matter in general. My art is temporary, my wall drawings have a temporary appearance and newspapers are also a temporary practice because people often don't keep them—they might throw them away tomorrow. Like a performance, newspaper is of-the-moment."

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