Anjum Ayaz (1949) - LONELY GIRL

Anjum Ayaz (1949) - LONELY GIRL
Marbre - Non signé(e) - "Synergie en forme"

Lying female figure in anthracite-coloured marble with head on her shoulder, expressing sadness.

Condition: Very good, see also the photos. With an eye for a plinth, which was never given by the way.

* Anjum Ayaz is a Pakistani sculptor, theatre director, painter, and actor. His work consists of stones and mixed materials for specific large sculptures for public places, beaches, and gardens. In his own country he often encountered disapproval from Orthodox Muslims, who regard his images as (too) erotic.

"Whatever there is, or there is to be – it is there to see, to touch, to taste, to smell, to hear, to feel, to imagine or to see visions about. Whatever there is or there is to be – the crux is the form – which seeks permanence in its inherent movement, changing shapes, assuming dimensions in the transient process"

The images from this series titled 'Synergy in Form' have been exhibited in major world cities such as Tokyo, Dubai, Karachi and Sydney at the Pakistani embassy in The Hague on the occasion of the 60 year anniversary of Pakistan's Independence in 2007.

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Informations du lot
Anjum Ayaz (1949)
Titre de l'oeuvre d'art
Non signé(e)
"Synergie en forme"
Bon état
Taille de l’image
60×19 cm
Dimensions totales
60×19×7 cm
Cadre inclus
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