|Works by Iranian artists to highlight Dubai Christie’s auction||
Works by 20 internationally reputed artists such as Iranian sculptor Parviz Tanavoli, filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami, and painters Masud Arabshahi and Farideh Lashaii will be auctioned at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel, Christie’s has announced on its website.
The highlight of this edition includes three calligraphic paintings by Mohammad Ehsaii, three paintings by Farhad Moshiri and two works by Hossein Zendehrudi.
Works by deceased artists Mansur Qandriz (1935-1965), and the female artist Farideh Lashaii (1944-2013) are also in the collection.
According to Michael Jeha, the managing director of Christie’s in the Middle East, “This will provide a more convenient, single moment for visiting international collectors to see the very best of art from the region in one week.”
Masterpieces from the Pharos Art Collection and from the Maath Alousi Collection, comprising Egyptian painter Mahmoud Said, and Syrian painter Fateh Moudarres are also included.
In addition, the 8th Edition of Art Dubai, the largest and most established contemporary art fair in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia, will also take place in Madinat Jumeirah concurrent with the auction, offering commissioned projects and performances along with educational workshops, which will be held from March 19 to 22.
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