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Ashkan Honarvar

The denial of death 1 - 1, 2015

Hand-cut collage on paper
40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
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Los Angeles, Berlin
Ashkan Honarvar
Iranian, b. 1980
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Ashkan Honarvar´s collages present the human body at the center of microcosmic theaters of …

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Ashkan Honarvar´s collages present the human body at the center of microcosmic theaters of dichotomy in which irrationality permeates logic, serenity belies violence, and luxury secretes exploitation. Tragically vulnerable to injury yet resilient in its ability to heal, the body itself is a living paradox: its …

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Ashkan Honarvar´s collages present the human body at the center of microcosmic theaters of …

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Ashkan Honarvar´s collages present the human body at the center of microcosmic theaters of dichotomy in which irrationality permeates logic, serenity belies violence, and luxury secretes exploitation. Tragically vulnerable to injury yet resilient in its ability to heal, the body itself is a living paradox: its …

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Ashkan Honarvar

The denial of death 1 - 1, 2015

Hand-cut collage on paper
40 × 30 in
101.6 × 76.2 cm
Sold
location
Los Angeles, Berlin
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