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Occasional puffs of smoke rise from Cezary Poniatowski's 'Anger', a sagging armchair made up of old carpets. With no supporting framework, it evokes the ‘left-behind’ angry white man, who sits in his armchair frustratedly venting his rage.

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The darkness of Warsaw-based artist Cezary Poniatowski’s visual universe speaks to the social upheavals wrought by Poland’s economic transformation and the removal of state structures of support – a trauma that fuels the nation’s current culture wars:

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Excellent stuff from @GunjanJS  and @Cezary  ; We’ve heard this tale before >>

@WSJ  finds rating agencies inflating credit ratings, via @CNBC  - (cc: @Cezary  + @gunjanjs )

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Meet the Fixers Pitting States Against Each Other to Win Tax Breaks for New Factories by @Cezary 

@aosipovich @Cezary  you guys should know better than this and so should @WSJ 

Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski's former agent Cezary Kucharski has told Pilka Nozna that his ex-client could have joined PSG but his wife Anna "did not want to live in France."

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Full investigation by @Cezary  into the loophole which allows big rent hikes for rent-stabilized tenant:

On the December coup d'etat in Warsaw, so grotesquely reminiscent of 1981. from Cezary Michalski, in Polish

Data analysis by @Cezary  shows 2/3rd of NYC landlords who collect 421-a tax break don't qualify to get it:

Achtung! Wall St, Vanguard & other giant US investors are fleecing German taxpayers by $1bln/yr. @Cezary 's story:

Chicago's credit downgrade shows why borrowing to fund pensions only delays the inevitable #muniland . By @Cezary :

The true cost of @GovChristie’s budget maneuvers in New Jersey, investigated by @cezary :

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What investment bankers say about rating agencies behind their backs via @cezary 

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How Wall Street banks corrupted rating agencies on tobacco bonds. Don't miss this great reporting by @Cezary 

How Wall St tobacco deals left states with billions in toxic debt, by @Cezary 

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