The Letter as a SonataIn CANVAS Magazine Issue September/October 2009by Myrna Ayad and James ParryWith thanks to Roula El ZeinCharles Hossein Zenderoudi is quite clear about his art and why it strikes such a strong chord with the public. “People around the world are all the same and everyone is able to read my work,” he explains. “What matters is the harmonisation between the heart of the artist and the heart of the viewer.” That there should be such pronounced empathy between creator and viewer may help explain, at least in part, why Zenderoudi was so outstanding an artist at such a young age and why he has continued to be a major player on the world stage of art for half a century.
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