WHEN I THINK OF HOME
Leonard Ursachi was born in Romania during
the Communist regime. His first attempt to
escape the country landed him in jail; he ultimately defected, alone, in 1980. France granted him political asylum and a scholarship to study art history and archaeology at the Sorbonne.
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.
94 pages, 8 x 10
Paperback: $55 Hardback: $75