Dan Perjovschi at MoMA




four details of Dan Perjovschi's drawings, the third taken through an opening in the wall on MoMA's third floor

In spite of their seriousness and the pain they evoke, the humor and compassion of Dan Perjovschi's delicate childlike drawings in the atrium at the Museum of Modern Art are totally infectious and, perhaps surprisingly, a great use of this huge space. It's interesting that the gargantuan works of Richard Serra are installed elsewhere in the building.

Barry loves the "no smoking" symbol on the tank turret.

Perjovschi's entire piece is titled, "What Happened to US?", touching on responsibilities both personal and corporate. I'm very sorry we missed the two-week performance, his installation of the work.

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Published on June 1, 2007 12:30 PM.

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