Zaha Hadid: Reimagining London


08 June - 02 July

11:00 -17:30


Zaha Hadid was one of the most influential architects of the post-war era. Born in Iraq, she moved to London in 1972 – studying, living, and working in the city for the rest of her life. From her time at the Architectural Association (AA), London served as an important testing ground for Zaha’s ideas. Despite her extraordinary success and international recognition, she came to consider the relative underrepresentation of her architecture in London as one of her major professional regrets. This exhibition brings together her imagined London, from student experimentations to unrealised visions and built projects. Through the decades Zaha wove her ever-evolving architectural concepts into London’s urban fabric.

Located at the Zaha Hadid Foundation’s Clerkenwell site – where her practice was based for nearly all her career- this exhibition has been curated by the students of the Courtauld Institute of Art’s MA Curating programme and supported by the Zaha Hadid Foundation.


Free


Organiser:


Zaha Hadid Foundation

Website: zhfoundation.com


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Image: Zaha Hadid, London 2066 (1991), Courtesy of Zaha Hadid Foundation



Location:


Zaha Hadid Foundation

10 Bowling Green Lane, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R 0BQ

EC1R 0BQ

02072503000

Access through the pedestrian entrance to the Foundation, using the buzzer if the gate is closed.



Accessibility:

For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: courtauldmaexhibition2022@gmail.com


Wheelchair accessible
Assistance dogs welcome



Find out more:

www.zhfoundation.com




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