Zaha Hadid drawings for "The Great Utopia" exhibition 1992


Zaha Hadid drawings for "The Great Utopia" exhibition 1992

A collection of 79 drawings and paintings from contemporary architect, Zaha Hadid (b. 1950) executed for the design of the exhibition of Russian Constructivist art, "The Great Utopia" (Guggenheim Museum, 1992). There are 32 ink drawings and 47 acrylic paintings, grouped thematically by installation.

ca. 6 linear feet; (79 drawings)


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Hadid, Zaha (person)

A British architect, designer, painter and teacher of Iraqi descent, Zaha Hadid was born in 1950 in Baghdad. Hadid draws on the Suprematist ideas of Kazimir Malevich; her work, labeled "deconstructivist," finds shape in the clash between fragmentary superimposed geometric forms. Her award-winning designs, often rendered as oil paintings, are widely exhibited. From the description of Architectural drawings (photographs), 1979-1987. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80149...