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Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid

(1950-), Architect

Sitter in 5 portraits
Iraqi-born and London-trained and based architect, Hadid founded her practice in 1990. Her works are characterised by bold, visionary forms. Her seminal buildings include the London 2012 Olympic Aquatics Centre, the Maxxi Museum in Rome, and the Rosenthal Centre for Contemporary Art in Cincinnati. Her practice is one of the key architects of the Qatar 2022 World Cup stadia. Hadid won the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2010 and 2011.

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Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid, by Michael Craig-Martin - NPG 6840

Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid

by Michael Craig-Martin
wall mounted LCD screen with integrated software, 2008
NPG 6840

Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid, by Emily Andersen - NPG x45673

Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid

by Emily Andersen
bromide fibre print, 1991
NPG x45673

Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid, by Steve Speller - NPG x87300

Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid

by Steve Speller
cibachrome print, 1994
NPG x87300

Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid, by Bryan Adams - NPG x131976

Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid

by Bryan Adams
C-type colour print, 19 February 2008
NPG x131976



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