A rehabilitation centre in Tehran which was well stocked with braces and artifical limbs for maimed soldiers returning from the Iran/Iraq wars. This centre was a mansion belonging to one of the Shah’s generals. His paintings were torn from their frames and replaced with Khomeini and a Shiite love poem

A rehabilitation centre in Tehran which was well stocked with braces and artifical limbs for maimed soldiers returning from the Iran/Iraq wars. This centre was a mansion belonging to one of the Shah’s generals. His paintings were torn from their frames and replaced with Khomeini and a Shiite love poem
(1980s)

Artist/s name
Michael COYNE


Medium
cibachrome photograph
Measurements
33.0 x 49.6 cm (image and sheet)
Place/s of Execution
Tehran, Iran
Accession Number
1996.515
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented through The Art Foundation of Victoria by Coles Myer Ltd, Governor, 1996
© Michael Coyne
 
This digital record has been made available on NGV Collection Online through the generous support of Daryl and Anne Whinney
Gallery Location
Not on display

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