Zaha Hadid


Zaha Hadid Team Turns Airflow into Architecture

A new mathematics gallery at London's Science Museum is the first permanent exhibition space designed by the late Zaha Hadid.


Archaeologists Discovered a Lost Ancient Egyptian City | Last Week in Art

And amidst Art Week Miami, protesters scored a major victory for Standing Rock.


Buildings Got Baked at New York's Great Architectural Bake-Off

After success in London, the Great Architectural Bake-Off got a New York edition.


Kanye West Finally Got His Own Art Exhibit: Last Week In Art

Also: Peter Doig won a multi-million dollar settlement, and Ai Weiwei was dropped from the Yinchuan Biennale.


Adolf Trump & Albino Gorilla Suits: Last Week in Art [Basel Edition]

Art Basel heralded the usual influx of wacky installations, celebrity sightings, and clickbait headlines (guilty).


Shia LaBeouf Wants You to Pick Him Up: Last Week in Art

LaBeouf, Rönkkö, & Turner are touring the US with strangers for their new project #TAKEMEANYWHERE.


$40 Jeff Koons, "Vagina Artist" Fined: Last Week in Art

Last week was filled with record-breaking (and downright mysterious) art sales, news-worthy selfies, and the artist f.k.a. George W. Bush.


Warhol Screen Tests: Even Better with Poetry

Legendary poet John Giorno read alongside a multimedia installation of Warhol's 'Screen Tests.'


Anyone Suffering from Creative Block Will Relate to This Video

Christoffer Bjerre spent three years refining a three-minute CGI short inspired by '2001: A Space Odyssey,' 'Ghost in the Shell,' and more.


Remembering Zaha Hadid, the Queen of the Curve

A self-proclaimed post-modernist, Hadid wanted buildings to evoke the chaos of life.


Who Killed Trump?: Last Week in Art

The epitaph of the GOP frontrunner's faux grave, since removed from its grassy residence in Central Park, read: "Made America Hate Again."


RIP Zaha Hadid, the Architect Who Showed Us What the Future Looks Like

The forward-thinking, controversial architect died yesterday at the age of 65.