Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel
27 October 2009
Mounir Farmanfarmian (Iranian, b. 1924)
The Two Hexagons
signed, dated and located 'MONIR SH-FARMANFARMAIAN Sanyu 2005 TEHRAN' and signed and dated (1384) in Farsi (on the reverse)
cut and assembled mirrors on panel
51 x 29 1/8in. (130 x 74.5 cm.)
Executed in 2005 in Tehran
The Third Line Gallery, Dubai.
Private collection, Luxembourg.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Rose Issa, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmian: Mosaics of Mirrors, Tehran, 2006, p.57 (illustrated in colour)
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