ZAHA HADID

ZAHA HADID

Baghdad, 1950 – Miami, 2016
Degree:
Math at Beirut’s American University

What has remained constant in the career of Zaha Hadid is the dynamic conception of a space in continuous movement that overwhelms the shapes and breaks the geometries.

The work created specifically for the XIV International Sculpture Biennial of Carrara in 2010 is the product of this conception: one of the strongest materials par excellence, the marble, abandons its usual solidity to dissolve into a sensual alternation of concave and convex lines letting itself be shaped like it was the most malleable of natural elements. The final product is a fascinating couple, objects that in the form evoke the elegance of orchid flowers.

Website:
www.zaha-hadid.com

Press:
IlSole24Ore
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Works and Collaborations:
Folly (1990), Osaka, Giappone Padiglione Music Video Gronigen (1990), Paesi Bassi Stazione dei pompieri al Vitra (1990-1993), Weil am Rhein, Germania Progetto residenziale IBA-Block 2 (1993), Berlino, Germania Zaha Hadid Haus (1994), Alsergrund, Vienna, Austria Padiglione per BluePrint Magazine (1995), Birmingham, Regno Unito LFONE/Landesgartenshau (1999), Weil am Rhein, Germania Mind Zone, Millennium Dome (1999), Londra, Regno Unito Padiglione estivo per Serpentine Gallery (2000), Londra, Regno Unito Padiglione per R. Lopez de Heredia Vina Tondona, (2001), Barcellona, Spagna Terminal intermodale Hoenheim-Nord (2001), Strasburgo, Francia Trampolino di Bergisel (2002), Innsbruck, Austria Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art (2003), Cincinnati, Ohio, Stati Uniti Snow and Ice Installation, Snow Show (2004), Lapponia BMW Central Building (2005), Lipsia, Germania Hotel Puerta America (2005), Madrid, Spagna Ampliamento dell’Ordrupgaard Museum (2005), Copenaghen, Danimarca Museo della Scienza Phaeno (2005), Wolfsburg, Germania Complesso residenziale del viadotto di Spittelau, (1994-2005), Vienna, Austria Showroom BMW (2006), Lipsia, Germania Maggie’s Centres (2006), Scozia, Regno Unito R. Lopez de Heredia Winery (2006), Haro, Spagna Stazioni della funicolare Hungerburgbahn (2007), Innsbruck, Austria Chanel Mobile Art Pavilion (2006–2008) (in tutto il mondo) Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York, Londra, Parigi, Mosca Ponte-Padiglione dell’Expo 2008 (2008), Saragozza, Spagna Burnham Pavillon (2009), Chicago, Stati Uniti Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo (MAXXI) (1998-2009), Roma, Italia Evelyn Grace Academy (2006–2010) Brixton, Londra, Regno Unito. Vincitore Premio Stirling 2011. Riverside Museum (2007–2010), Glasgow, Scozia Guangzhou Opera House (2010), Canton, Cina Torre CMA CGM (2004-2011), Marsiglia, Francia Roca London Gallery (2009–2011) nel porto di Chealsea, Londra, Regno Unito Pierres Vives – Archivi, biblioteca, uffici Pierresvives (2002–2012), Montpellier, Francia[8] London Aquatics Centre (2007-2012), Londra, Regno Unito Centro culturale Heydar Aliyev (2007–2012) Baku, Azerbaigian[9] Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum (2010–2012), East Lansing, Michigan, USA Dongdaemun Design Plaza (2009-2014), Seul, Corea del Sud Ponte dello sceicco Zayed (2007-2010), Abu Dhabi, Emirati Arabi Uniti Galaxy SOHO (2009-2012), Pechino, Cina Wangjing SOHO (2009-2014), Pechino, Cina Messner Mountain Museum (2014), Plan de Corones, Italia[10] Stazione marittima di Salerno (2005-2016), Salerno, Italia Citylife Shopping District Milano, Italia[11] Dominion Office Building, Mosca, Russia (2012-2015)[12] Stazione di Napoli Afragola (2003-2017), Afragola, Italia

 

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