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For one of his recent art projects The Invisible Clerk (2013), Ciprian Muresan copied sculptures selected from the collection of the National Museum of Art in Cluj, which unites Socialist Realist ideas with (if ever so modest) forms of resistance with classical approaches to art & collecting before World War II. When Muresan’s work was sold this summer at Art Basel, the collector decided to donate the work back to the Museum in Cluj where now the extended family, copy and original, are housed together in a closed circuit of conceptual alliance.