Hob 1

giclée on paper
112 x 69 cm
Edition of 7

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ABOUT Samir Sayegh
Born in 1945 in Lebanon, master calligrapher Samir Sayegh is an art critic, a historian, and an author of multiple articles and studies on contemporary and Islamic art. From 1993 to 2007, he was a lecturer at the American University of Beirut in the Architecture and Graphic Design Department. Sayegh is considered as one of the utmost avant-garde...
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