Zaha Hadid exhibition celebrates late artist’s work

Thursday, May 12, 2016
Zaha Hadid exhibition celebrates late artist’s work

A Zaha Hadid retrospective is due to take place in Venice, running parallel to the Architecture Biennale festival. The exhibition will present an extensive display of the artist’s work, a collection encompassing paintings, drawings, sculptures, furniture, 3D models, even jewelry, in addition to plans for unrealized projects and film interviews with Hadid.

Zaha Hadid exhibition celebrates late artist’s work

A Zaha Hadid retrospective is due to take place in Venice, running parallel to the Architecture Biennale festival. The exhibition will present an extensive display of the artist’s work, a collection encompassing paintings, drawings, sculptures, furniture, 3D models, even jewelry, in addition to plans for unrealized projects and film interviews with Hadid.

Illustrating 35 years of work, the exhibition will be displayed across 10 rooms within the Palazzo Franchetti, and is being financed by the Venetian foundation Fondazione Berengo. The plans for the exhibition were actually in place before Hadid’s sudden death late last March. The original concept for the show that was placed forth by Hadid centered on the new technologies and computational designed methods utilized by her architectural practice. Following her sudden passing, the decision was made to turn the show intro a retrospective of her work.

The exhibition will run from May 26 to November 27. 

 

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