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    Diana Al-Hadid. Antonym, 2012. Steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, wood, foam, paint; 68 x 63 x 54 inches. Installation view: The Vanishing Point, Marianne Boesky Gallery. Photo: Jason Wyche and Genevieve Hanson. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Divided Line, 2012. Polymer gypsum, fiberglass, gypsum board, plaster, wood, steel, paint; 123 5/8 x 180 5/16 inches. Installation view: The Vanishing Point, Marianne Boesky Gallery. Photo: Jason Wyche and Genevieve Hanson. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Divided Line (opposite side), 2012. Polymer gypsum, fiberglass, gypsum board, plaster, wood, steel, paint; 123 5/8 x 180 5/16 inches. Installation view: The Vanishing Point, Marianne Boesky Gallery. Photo: Jason Wyche and Genevieve Hanson. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, At the Vanishing Point, 2012. Steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, wood, foam, aluminum foil, paint; 132 x 152 x 90 inches. The Vanishing Point, Marianne Boesky Gallery. Photo: Jason Wyche and Genevieve Hanson. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Suspended After Image, 2012. Wood, steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, high-density foam, plaster, paint; 282 x 204 x 126 inches. Commissioned by the Visual Arts Center in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Austin. Photo: Robert Boland and Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Suspended After Image (opposite side), 2012. Wood, steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, high-density foam, plaster, paint; 282 x 204 x 126 inches. Commissioned by the Visual Arts Center in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Austin. Photo: Robert Boland and Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Untitled, 2012. Conte, charcoal, pastel, acrylic on mylar; 60 x 42 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Nolli's Orders, 2012. Steel, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, wood, foam, paint; 264 x 228 x 122 inches. Installation view: Invisible Cities, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA. Photo: Dennis Harvey and Art Evans and Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Blind Bust III, 2012. Bronze, painted stainless steel; 76 x 34 x 48 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Untitled, 2012. Conte, charcoal, pastel, acrylic on mylar; 41.75 x 59.625 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Gradiva's Fourth Wall, 2011. Steel, polymer gypsum, wood, fiberglass, paint; 183.5 x 190.75 x 132 inches. Installation view: Sightings: Diana Al-Hadid, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas. Photo: Kevin Todora. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Gradiva's Fourth Wall (opposite side), 2011. Steel, polymer gypsum, wood, fiberglass, paint; 183.5 x 190.75 x 132 inches. Installation view: Sightings: Diana Al-Hadid, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas. Photo: Kevin Todora. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid. Trace of a Fictional Third, 2011. Polymer gypsum, wood, steel, fiberglass, aluminum foil, paint; 120 x 240 x 156 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Trace of a Fictional Third (detail), 2011. Polymer gypsum, wood, steel, fiberglass, aluminum foil, paint; 120 x 240 x 156 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, In Mortal Repose, 2011. Bronze, cast concrete; 72 x 71 x 63.25 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Suspended Reality


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Cenotaph for Two, 2011. Polymer gypsum, fiberglass, steel, polystyrene, wood, paint; 90 x 90 x 132 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Cenotaph for Two (opposite side), 2011. Polymer gypsum, fiberglass, steel, polystyrene, wood, paint; 90 x 90 x 132 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Untitled, 2011. Xerox transfer, charcoal, conte, watercolor on vellum; 41.75 x 61 inches. Photo: Jason Wyche. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Water Thief, 2010. Steel, fiberglass, polymer gypsum, polystyrene, wood, high-density foam, paint; dimensions variable. Installation view: Water Thief, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Stage Fright, 2010. Bronze; 19 x 18 x 21 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Forever (blank) Matter, 2009. Fiberglass, polymer gypsum, steel, plaster, paint; 84.5 x 104.5 x 139 inches. Photo: Peter Foe. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Forever (blank) Matter (detail), 2009. Fiberglass, polymer gypsum, steel, plaster, paint; 84.5 x 104.5 x 139 inches. Photo: Peter Foe. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Edge of Critical Density, 2009. Fiberglass, polymer gypsum, steel, wood, paint; 90 x 79 x 90.75 inches. Photo: Peter Foe. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Edge of Critical Density (opposite side), 2009. Fiberglass, polymer gypsum, steel, wood, paint; 90 x 79 x 90.75 inches. Photo: Peter Foe. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Spells on Our Youth, 2009. Steel, fiberglass, resin, polystyrene, high-density foam, paint; 180 x 192 x 192 inches. Installation view: Sharjah Biennial 9, Sharjah Art Foundation, United Arab Emirates. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Invisibabel, 2009. Conte, charcoal; 23 x 39 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Built from Our Tallest Tales, 2008. Wood, metal, polystyrene, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, plastic, concrete, paint; 144 x 100 x 80 inches. Photo: Mariano C. Peuser. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Built from Our Tallest Tales (detail), 2008. Wood, metal, polystyrene, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, plastic, concrete, paint; 144 x 100 x 80 inches. Photo: Mariano C. Peuser. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, The Tower of Infinite Problems, 2008. Polymer gypsum, steel, plaster, fiberglass, wood, polystyrene, cardboard, wax, paint; Photo: Tom Powell. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, The Tower of Infinite Problems (detail), 2008. Polymer gypsum, steel, plaster, fiberglass, wood, polystyrene, cardboard, wax, paint; Photo: Tom Powell. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Self-Melt, 2008. Polymer gypsum, steel, polystyrene, fiberglass, cardboard, wax, paint; 58 x 56 x 75 inches. Photo: Tom Powell. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Self-Melt (opposite side), 2008. Polymer gypsum, steel, polystyrene, fiberglass, cardboard, wax, paint; 58 x 56 x 75 inches. Photo: Tom Powell. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, The Problem of Infinite Towers, 2008. Polymer gypsum, steel, plaster, fiberglass, wood, polystyrene, cardboard, wax, paint; 126 x 157 x 133 inches. Photo: Tom Powell. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, The Problem of Infinite Towers (opposite side), 2008. Polymer gypsum, steel, plaster, fiberglass, wood, polystyrene, cardboard, wax, paint; 126 x 157 x 133 inches. Photo: Tom Powell. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, All the Stops, 2007. Wood, fiberglass, metal, plaster, cardboard, paint; 68 x 56 x 104 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Record of a Mortal Universe, 2007. Steel, plaster, wood, fiberglass, polystyrene, plastic, polymer gypsum, concrete, paint; 128 x 138 x 106 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid. Featured in the film Diana Al-Hadid’s Studio Boom


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Portal to a Black Hole, 2007. Wood, plaster, fiberglass, polystyrene, plastic, cardboard, paint; 120 x 156 x 168 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, A Measure of Ariadne's Love, 2007. Wood, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, cardboard, aluminum, vinyl, plexiglass, pvc, polystyrene, paint; 84 x 108 x 96 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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    Diana Al-Hadid, Spun of the Limits of My Lonely Waltz, 2006. Wood, polystyrene, plaster, fiberglass, paint; 72 x 64 x 64 inches. Courtesy the artist and Marianne Boesky Gallery. © Diana Al-Hadid


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