Untitled 1

2010
Acrylic and collage on board
116 x 89 x 3 cm cm
Edition of unique
signed lower right
Unframed

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Paris, France

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ABOUT Karim Saifou
Iraqi artist Karim Saifou first graduated from the Baghdad Faculty of Arts before moving to France in 1979 to further his studies. He worked as an illustrator and graphic designer for numerous years, including at the Iraqi Cultural Centre in Paris and at the French Cultural Centre in Baghdad. Saifou’s expressionist artworks, influenced in part...
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