Issue #40, 2012

Temporary Yours, 1995–2012
Dan Perjovschi

List of erased exhibitioNs


Wash down: Unmaking Dan Perjovschi’s window drawings, MAGMA Contemporary Art Space, Sfîntu Gheorghe (10.02.2012)


The painting, the drawing and other things in between, Kunsthalle, Lübeck (with Victor Man)

The News after the News, Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul

Project Europa, Columbia University, New York

I am Romanian: Bucharest and Tel Aviv route, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva

Terrible Beauty-Art, Crisis and Change, Dublin Contemporary, Dublin


Central Court, Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas University Lawrence

Lia Perjovschi Knowledge Museum and Dan Perjovschi Time Specific, Espai d’Arte Contemporani Castello

Clear, Steiricher Herbst, Graz


In the Box, Comma 05, Bloomberg Space, London

Ring me!, Salzburg Kunstverein

Dan Perjovschi – International artist, ICA-Gallery, Sofia

Free Style, Michel Rein Gallery Paris


The Fifth Floor: Ideas taking space, Tate, Liverpool


What Happened to US? Project 85, MoMA, New York

I Am Not Exotic – I Am Exhausted, Kunsthalle, Basel

Hotel Europa, Museum für Moderne Kunst Stiftung Woerlen, Passau

Feeling with your mind, thinking with your senses, 52nd Venice Biennial

Still Life: Art, Ecology and the Politics of Change, the 8th Sharjah Biennial, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates


The Vincent Biennial Award, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


rEST, 48th Venice Biennial, Romanian Pavilion (with SubReal)


Anthroprogramming, Franklin Furnace, New York

Courtesy and photo credit: the artist & institutions

Dan Perjovschi was born in 1961. He lives and works in Bucharest and Sibiu, Romania.

His solo exhibitions include Not over at MACRO Rome in 2011, Late News at Royal Ontario Museum Toronto in 2010, What Happened to US? at MoMA New York, 2007 and I Am Not Exotic – I am Exhausted at Kunsthalle Basel in 2007, The Room Drawing at Tate Modern London, On the Other Hand at Portikus Frankfurt and First of May at Moderna Museet Stockholm in 2006 and Naked Drawings at Ludwig Museum Cologne in 2005.

He participates at group shows like Dublin Contemporary in 2011, Freedom of Speech at n.b.k. Berlin & Hamburg Kunstverein in 2010, Lyon Biennial in 2009, the Sydney Biennial and Fifth Floor at Tate Liverpool in 2008, The Magelanic Cloud at Pompidou Center Paris and the 52nd Venice Biennial in 2007, New Europe at Generali Foundation Vienna and the 9th Istanbul Biennial in 2005.

Perjovschi received George Maciunas Prize in 2004.