Posts Tagged ‘Diana Al-Hadid’

Best of 2006: Diana Al-Hadid

Diana Al-Hadid. Spun Of The Limits Of My Lonely Waltz, 2006;
wood, polystyrene, plaster, fiberglass, pigment;
72 x 64 x 64 in.

Happy holidays! This year we’re doing something different with our annual “Best Of” series—to celebrate our tenth anniversary, we’re looking back across a decade of art writing. Our first selection comes from our founder Seth Curcio, who writes, “While going back through the very early days of Daily Serving, I stumbled across a post featuring Diana Al-Hadid. I’ve always been captivated by the artist’s sculptures. From[…..]

From the Archives: Diana Al-Hadid

Today in From the DS Archives, we bring you a review by Seth Curcio on the work of Diana Al-Hadid. Al-Hadid makes large-scale, mixed-media sculptures, and she currently has a solo exhibition at the Savannah College of Art and Design Museum in Savannah, Georgia. This article was originally published on November 19, 2007. Stepping into the Perry Rubenstein Gallery in New York City is a little like[…..]