Lot 15

Hurub 3

2012
Marwan Sahmarani (b. 1970)
Mixed media on paper mounted on wooden board
140 x 196 cm

Signed and dated lower left


Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000
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Property from a private collection, Lebanon.

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    ABOUT Marwan Sahmarani
    Born in Beirut, in 1970, Marwan Sahmarani’s practice reflects on the increasing political turmoil and tension felt throughout his native Lebanon. He explores the cyclical patterns of violent history manifesting throughout the Middle East so that what persists in his practice is an expressive exploration of violence - of feeling, bodily motion,...
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