This exhibition examined the New York art scene between the peak of Abstract Expressionism in the early 1950s and the rise of Pop Art and Minimalism in the early 1960s. It was organized by the Grey Art Gallery at NYU, and curated by Melissa Rachleff.
This exhibition focuses on the formative years of an influential creative community working at the vanguard of contemporary in the UAE art since the 1980s.
This exhibition explored the tensions that emerge in our everyday relationships with technology, looking at such issues as isolation vs. connectedness, and privacy vs. social media.
“Phantom Limb” was Al-Hadid’s first solo exhibition in the Arab World, and was accompanied by a major monograph publication.
This exhibition and accompanying book traced the contemporary obsession with self-help to a medieval genre of political science, “mirrors for princes,” shared among Christian and Muslim lands, with Machiavelli’s THE PRINCE being the most famous example.