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Zaha Hadid’s works in Masterpiece London Exibition

Design | July 4, 2016 |

Zaha Hadid's works commemorated in Masterpiece London Exibition
Image courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects and Jacopo Spilimbergo

Zaha Hadid’s works in Masterpiece London Exibition

The Masterpiece London art fair’s Zaha Hadid Commemorative Salon is curated by the CEO of David Gill Gallery, Francis Sultana, who commissioned a number of furniture designs from the architect before her death. An exhibition opens this week in London showcasing paintings, sketches and jewellery designs by Zaha Hadid, selected by a gallerist who had a long-standing friendship with the late architect.


Zaha Hadid's works commemorated in Masterpiece London ExibitionImage courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects and Jacopo Spilimbergo


Pieces from Hadid’s Liquid Glacial furniture collection that resemble formations of ice are included in the exhibition, alongside abstract paintings, and cuffs and rings designed for Danish brand Georg Jensen. The exhibition also brings together personal objects and fashion pieces owned by Hadid, including her studio’s reinterpretation of the Louis Vuitton bucket bag and a set of drafting tools.


Image courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects and Jacopo Spilimbergo


“This special salon at Masterpiece recognises her unique vision, from the cities in which we live to the buildings within them as well as interiors and the people who inhabit them,” said Sultana.

“It also reveals her love of fashion, which was often quite playful.”



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