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Diana Al-Hadid

Trace of a Fictional Third, 2011

Steel, polymer gypsum, wood, fiberglass and paint
120 × 240 × 156 in
304.8 × 609.6 × 396.2 cm
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Phillips

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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
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Phillips

Property Subject to VAT Section 2, 20% (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Please note …

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Property Subject to VAT Section 2, 20% (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Please note this work should be marked with a single dagger in the printed catalogue and is normal VAT rules and is therefore subject to 20% VAT charged on the hammer price.

Due to the large and fragile nature of this work it will …

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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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Diana Al-Hadid

Trace of a Fictional Third, 2011

Steel, polymer gypsum, wood, fiberglass and paint
120 × 240 × 156 in
304.8 × 609.6 × 396.2 cm
Bidding closed
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