Zaha Hadid's “Early Paintings And Drawings” Exhibition At The Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Dec 06, 2016

An exhibition of abstract paintings and drawings by late architect, Zaha Hadid, will be conducted at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery in London, which was envisioned in partnership with her, and also renovated and restructured by her! This exceptional display of work opens its gates to visitors on 8th December 2016, until 12th February 2017.

The focus of the “Zaha Hadid Early Paintings and Drawings” exhibition will be on masterpieces created by the revolutionary architect before she accomplished her first building in 1993 – the Vitra Fire Station.

Her often noticed "abstraction and explosion" in paintings and drawings were particularly inspired by the work of Russian painter, Kazimir Malevich. This inspired work, calligraphy and sketches from her notebooks, all dated back to the 1970s will also be displayed at the exhibit. 

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