In this provocative new book, Perjovschi presents a sceptical commentary on contemporary global conflicts and dilemmas, military and economic imperialism, and the complexities and contradictions of social and political life in a post-cold war world. Drawing on popular forms of newspaper cartoons and comics for his often unpalatable truths, his drawings are disorderly and disrespectful, puncturing the world of the mass media and their trivial, bizarre products. Perjovschi is a master of the punch line, his command of language unique, infused with puns and multiple meanings. The result is brilliant, genuinely revolutionary - and frequently very funny.
Dan Perjovschi is an installation artist, curator and graphic designer. He has exhibited at many venues internationally, including the Venice Biennale, MoMA, New York, and the Tate Modern, London. He has held many fellowships, including at Duke University, NC, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida, and Franklin Furnce, New York. His books include I Draw I Happy and DC: Naked Drawings. He lives in Bucharest.