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Diana Al-Hadid

Home Body, 2014

Etching, two color soft and soap ground
19 × 16 in
48.3 × 40.6 cm
Edition 10/30
This is part of a limited edition set.
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About the work

Estimated value: $3,350

Much of the work of Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid deals with the …

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Estimated value: $3,350

Much of the work of Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid deals with the line between artistic representation and architecture—as in her monumental tower and labyrinth sculptures. In the two-color etching Home Body, the artist recalls her plaster panels and multimedia-on-mylar drawings in this …

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Paper dimensions: 19x16 in.

“There is a conflict between the labored, handmade materiality of my …

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Paper dimensions: 19x16 in.

“There is a conflict between the labored, handmade materiality of my work and my desire for disappearance and weightlessness. It is a necessary conflict – the more I add and build, the more I want to remove and break.” – Diana Al-Hadid, Sculpture Magazine, 2013

Diana Al-Hadid draws …

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Diana Al-Hadid
Syrian, b. 1981
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Diana Al-Hadid uses everyday materials, such as plaster, plywood, and cardboard, to create …

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Diana Al-Hadid uses everyday materials, such as plaster, plywood, and cardboard, to create monochromatic, room-sized structures that seem to rise, fall, and ooze all at once. Simultaneously suggesting a sci-fi future and recalling a mythical past, the pieces combine architectural references like church spires, …

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About the work

Estimated value: $3,350

Much of the work of Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid deals with the …

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Estimated value: $3,350

Much of the work of Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid deals with the line between artistic representation and architecture—as in her monumental tower and labyrinth sculptures. In the two-color etching Home Body, the artist recalls her plaster panels and multimedia-on-mylar drawings in this …

Read more
Independent Curators International (ICI) Benefit Auction

Paper dimensions: 19x16 in.

“There is a conflict between the labored, handmade materiality of my …

Read more

Paper dimensions: 19x16 in.

“There is a conflict between the labored, handmade materiality of my work and my desire for disappearance and weightlessness. It is a necessary conflict – the more I add and build, the more I want to remove and break.” – Diana Al-Hadid, Sculpture Magazine, 2013

Diana Al-Hadid draws …

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Image rights
Yuko Torihara for ICI
Diana Al-Hadid
Syrian, b. 1981
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Diana Al-Hadid uses everyday materials, such as plaster, plywood, and cardboard, to create …

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Diana Al-Hadid uses everyday materials, such as plaster, plywood, and cardboard, to create monochromatic, room-sized structures that seem to rise, fall, and ooze all at once. Simultaneously suggesting a sci-fi future and recalling a mythical past, the pieces combine architectural references like church spires, …

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Diana Al-Hadid

Home Body, 2014

Etching, two color soft and soap ground
19 × 16 in
48.3 × 40.6 cm
Edition 10/30
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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