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From the props of Byzantine figuration, Mihai Chiuaru takes the polyptych, adapting it to the demands of a fragmentary writing that allows him to multiply - at will - scenes, characters and motifs. Some of the works reveal a capricious artist. Striking chromatically and deliberately tense in their own formal organisations, his Capricii have a neurotic, visceral appearance, somewhat reiterating the rhetoric of neo-expressionism gesture from the 70s.

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