The Telescope with its lenses had swallowed the stars by Fariba Hajamadi

BOMB 21 Fall 1987
021 Fall 1987

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Fariba Hajamadi, The Telescope with its lenses had swallowed the stars, 1987, oil and emulsion on canvas, 78 × 40 inches. Courtesy of Chirstin Burgin Gallery.

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021 Fall 1987