Charles Hossein Zenderoudi
- Charles Hossein Zenderoudi
- Einak Azad Asst
- signed Zenderoudi
- pen, pigments and mixed media on paper laid on canvas
Acquired directly from the above by the previous owner
Sale: Christie's, Dubai, International Modern and Contemporary Art, 30 October 2008, lot 51
Private Collection, Cyprus (acquired directly from the above by the present owner)
In 1961, Zenderoudi moved to Paris where Einak Azad Asst was most probably created. Whilst in the capital, he indulged himself in the vibrant cultural and artistic life of the city. During those times, Zenderoudi met artists such as Lucio Fontana, Eugene Ionesco, and Alberto Giacometti, but one of the most fascinating to Zenderoudi was the ground-breaking work of Jean Dubuffet.
Among the most renowned artist in Europe and America in the 1960s, Zenderoudi's style is truly a cerebral spectacle. Taking from the audacious colour palette, this 1963 masterpiece draws from the fundamentals of the visual vocabulary that Zenderoudi explored and developed throughout his oeuvre. The present lot also features aspects of Zenderoudi’s recurring philosophical thematics, namely his personal interest in cosmology to which Zenderoudi pays hommage to in a mathematical and poetic way.