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    Mircea Suciu (b. 1978, Romania) works with different materials such as acrylic and oil and often combines them with monoprint techniques. His works are based on images he finds in newspapers, magazines and other media. Fascinated by what he describes as “the absurd actions of man,” Suciu’s work explores existential and psychological aspects of the human condition. His recent solo exhibitions include Mircea Suciu: Universal Fatigue (Blain Southern, New York, U.S., 2020) and The Fracture (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest, Romania, 2017). His work has also been featured in group exhibitions such as Trouble in Paradise, Collection Rattan Chadha (Kunsthal Rotterdam, Netherland, 2019), Feeling Called Love. Collection of an Idiot, (Kunstmuseum Bochum, Germany, 2019) and La Brique, The Brick, (Cărămida, La Kunsthalle Mulhouse, France, 2019).