Past Exhibition / Group Presentation

Art Brussels 2014

April 25 - 27, 2014

  • Sahand Hesamiyan, Gonebade Kabood (Lapis Lazuli Dome), 2012, Steel and Paint, 60 x 69 x 60 cm

    Sahand Hesamiyan, Gonebade Kabood (Lapis Lazuli Dome), 2012, Steel and Paint, 60 x 69 x 60 cm

  • SH_Gonebade Kabood (Lapis Lazuli Dome )_2012_Steel And Paint _60 X 69 X 60 cm

    Sahand Hesamiyan, Gonebade Kabood (Lapis Lazuli Dome), 2012, Steel and Paint, 60 x 69 x 60 cm

  • SH_Unknown 02_2013_Steel, gold Leaf and paint _137x 42x 29cm

    Sahand Hesamiyan, Unknown 02, 2013, Steel, gold leaf and paint, 137 x 42 x 29cm

  • MSF_Convertible Series , G4-V1_2010_Mirror And Reverse Glass Painting On Plaster And Wood _Variable Size

    Monir S Farmanfarmaian, Convertible Series, G4-V1, 2010, Mirror and reverse glass painting on plaster and wood, Variable size

  • MSF_Variation On A Hexagon 1_1976_Pencils On Paper _24.7x 32.5cm

    Monir S Farmanfarmaian, Variation on a Hexagon 1, 1976, Pencils on Paper, 24.7 x 32.5 cm

  • SG_Untitled (Shubback III)_2013_Mixed Media on hand Cut Paper _182.88x 73.66cm

    Sherin Guirguis, Untitled (Shubback III), 2013, Mixed Media on hand cut paper, 182.88 x 73.66 cm

  • SG_Untitled (Shubback IV)_2013_Mixed Media On Hand Cut Paper _182.88x 73.66cm

    Sherin Guirguis, Untitled (Shubback IV), 2013, Mixed media on hand cut paper, 182.88 x 73.66 cm

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Booth 3C-28

The Third Line is pleased to be participating for the first time at Art Brussels, exhibiting works by Sahand Hesamiyan, Sherin Guirguis and Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian. The artists featured explore the use of geometry in contemporary art today.

These artists investigate the formal and aesthetic characteristics of geometry, presented across multiple disciplines. Reducing representation to its most basic components such as lines, angles and shapes, and interpreting them through various media, each artist shares their own unique understanding and vision of the fundamentals of geometry.

Art Brussels Colouring Book - Sherin Guirguis is part of the Art Brussels Colouring Book, an Art Brussels Charity program supported by ING Bank, which will contain black and white drawings by international artists and will be sold at the fair as a charity action to benefit the Aquarelle organization.

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