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Charles Hossein Zenderoudi (French, Born in Iran 1937)
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Charles Hossein Zenderoudi (French, Born in Iran 1937)

Variation Tendre-Tourmaline

Charles Hossein Zenderoudi (French, Born in Iran 1937)
Variation Tendre-Tourmaline
signed and dated 'zenderoudi 72' (lower right); signed and titled 'HOSSEIN ZENDEROUDI "VARIATON TANDRE" TOUR MALINE' (on the reverse)
acrylic on canvas
38 1/8 x 51 1/8in. (97 x 130cm.)
Painted in 1972
Private Collection.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Lot Essay

Please note that this work is sold with a certificate of authenticity and will be included in the forthcoming Zenderoudi Catalogue raisonné.

In this painting entitled VARIATION TENDRE-TOURMALINE, Charles Hossein ZENDEROUDI offers a classical version of the mental map-making that he re-arranges in the course of creating his oeuvre. The artist here imposes opposite movements, intertwined graphic spaces, a deterritorialised freedom. Zenderoudi framed his composition tightly to convey an awkward sensation with the macro-micro-macro oscillation and to stir up the energy. Furthermore, in the French philosopher Michel Foucault's words, "il a tranché" by sweeping through the image with a drastic blue pigment, this blue colour that symbolises the boundless spatiality shared by all cultures.
(Marie Zenderoudi, 2014).

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