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Artist Leonard Ursachi was born in Romania during the Communist regime. In 1978, his attempt to escape the country landed him in jail. Ursachi ultimately defected, alone, in 1980. France granted him political asylum and a scholarship to study art history and archeology at the Sorbonne. Ursachi left Paris in 1985 and made his way to New York, via Toronto. He has lived and worked in Brooklyn since 1987, while showing his work internationally. Ursachi's art reflects our contemporary world of porous borders, vulnerable shelters, and mutating identities. When I Think of Home is a collection of representative work created since his arrival in North America, with insights into the ideas and life behind that work. The text was written in collaboration with Carolyn Moskowitz. Moskowitz earned a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal. A writer and artist, she lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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Book Description Blurb, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1320633625