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Drawing from the props of Byzantine figuration, Mihai Chiuaru adopts the polyptych, molding it to the requirements of a fragmented narrative that grants him the liberty to multiply scenes, characters, and motifs as he sees fit. Within some of his works, one can discern the essence of a capricious artist. Bold in chromatic contrasts and intentionally taut in their formal arrangements, his "Capricii" possess a neurotic, visceral quality, echoing the rhetoric of neo-expressionist gestures from the 1970s.

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