Biografie von Dimitri HADZI (1921-2006)

Birth place: NYC

Addresses: Rome, Italy

Profession: Sculptor, printmaker

Studied: Cooper Union ( certificate, 1950); Brooklyn Mus. Art School, 1948-50; Polytechnion, Athens, Greece, 1950-51.

Exhibited: Recent Sculpture USA, MoMA, 1959; Pittsburgh Int., CI, 1961 & 1964; Stephen Radich Gallery, NYC, 1961-62 (solo); Two Sculptors, Two Painters, Venice Biennale, Italy, 1962; Hirshhorn Collection, Guggenheim Mus., NYC, 1962; WMAA; Alpha Gal., Boston & Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, 1970s. Awards: Fulbright fellowship, 1950; Guggenheim Foundation fellowship, 1957; NIAL grant, 1962.

Member: College Art Assn. Am.

Work: MoMA; Guggenheim Mus.; WMAA; Foggs Art Mus., Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA; Nat. Collection Art, Smithsonian Inst.. Commissions: Elmo (bronze), MIT Art Committee, 1962; K-458 (bronze with Max Abramovitz & David Rockefeller), Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC, 1962-66; Helios (bronze), Sun Life Ins. Co., Baltimore, MD, 1964-65; "Thermopylae" (bronze with Walter Gropius & Samuel Glaser for U.S. Govt.), John F. Kennedy Fed. Bldg., Boston, 1966-68;"Arcturus" (bronze with Gunnar Birkerts), Fed. Reserve Bank Bldg., Minneapolis, 1971-72.

Comments: Preferred medium: bronze. Publications: illus., Hellas, 1971. Teaching: artist-in-residence, Dartmouth College, summer 1969.

Sources: WW73; Dore Ashton, article, Am. Sculpture; Peter Hollander, Dimitri Works in Black Wax" (film), Kinesis Films, 1952."

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