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In the mid-1970s an unusual housing project was built in Vienna. Zara Pfeifer captured its human side for the first time in an expansive series of photographs.
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Florian Doru Crihana

Romanian artist Florian Doru Crihana (*1958) occupies a special place among Europe’s critical artists, not least because of the tools that he uses. It is not the overworked “pointed pen” with which he impales political aberrations and everyday confusion. Instead, Crihana uses a fine brush and oil paints to conjure up meticulous and finely painted idylls, which masquerade as a perfect world but which, on closer inspection, show those flaws and cracks that raise questions about any work produced by humans.

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