Hossein Zenderoudi

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Charles Hossein Zenderoudi
Born Charles Hossein Zenderoudi
1937
Known for Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Ceramics, Tapestry
Notable work(s) Chahar-Bagh, Mir+54+BZ+S, First Name, Germese and Sefide, Be Nice, The Hand, Blanc Sauvage, Arab, Noune Tchaarom
Movement Sagha-Khaneh
Website
www.Zenderoudi.com

Charles Hossein Zenderoudi (born 1937 Tehran) is a renowned Iranian painter and sculptor, known especially as a pioneer of Iranian modern art. His work Tchaar Bagh was sold at Christi's International auction in Dubai for $1.6 million.

Museums [1][edit]

  • The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). New York. USA
  • The Modern Art Museum of the City of Paris. Paris. France
  • Beaubourg Center - Georges Pompidou. Paris. France
  • The National Center of Contemporary Art (C.N.A.C). Paris. France
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art. Tehran. Iran
  • The British Museum. London, UK
  • The Grey Collection. New York University. New York. USA
  • Golden Foundation for the arts. New Berlin. New York
  • Voor Volkenkunde. Museum Rotterdam. Netherlands
  • Aesthetics Research Center. Torino. Italy
  • The Modern Art Museum. Aman. Jordan
  • The Modern Art Arab Museum. Doha. Qatar
  • The Museum of Fine Arts. La Chaux de Fonds. Switzerland
  • Airports Collection. Jeddah. Saudi Arabia
  • King Khaled International Airport Collection. Riyadh. Saudi Arabia
  • Cultural Center of Malmö. Sweden
  • Statens Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark
  • The Museum of Modern Art. Alborg. Denmark

Awards[edit]

  • Cagnes sur Mer prize
  • Award of the Iran-America Society
  • Laureate of both the Venice and Sao-Paulo Biennales

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