MARYAM MOTALLEBZADEH (1998)
Supressed [unterdrückt] Mixed media, pencil on paper 50 x 65 cm (framed) 2900,- Euro + 7 % VAT This drawing was done in Teheran in the late 90s. As it was and still is extremely difficult to express one's artistic creativity freely in Teheran, these act drawings by Maryam Motallebzadeh convey nervousness, alertness, human solidarity, and circumspection. Forecasting the struggle on Teheran's streets Women! Life! Freedom! today, the drawing attains an urgency and contemporaneity that is precious and rare. Maryam Motallebzadeh, born in Tabriz (Iran), is a visual artist active in painting, drawings, installation, and performance art. Maryam Motallebzadeh’s work is exhibited internationally in museum and gallery exhibitions since 1974. The artist lives and works in Berlin. https://maryam-motallebzadeh.com The work "Supressed [unterdrückt]" was shown in Teheran in the Motallebzadeh's own independent gallery, a meeting place for women artists, in the late 90s. It hasn't been exhibited since. Provenance: First hand from the studio of the artist. Framed in Teheran 1998. (Original frame and pass partout, visible traces of use) Condition of the work: Perfect.
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