Drawings for "The Great Utopia" exhibition 1992.

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Drawings for "The Great Utopia" exhibition 1992.

Designs by architect Zaha Hadid for the installation of the Russian Constructivism exhibition, "The Great Utopia," held at the Guggenheim in New York in 1992. Accompanied by 3 presentation boxes.

79 drawings 411mm x 298mm or smaller.

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Hadid, Zaha

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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...