American, 1921 - 2006
Dimitri Hadzi is among the most distinguished modernist sculptors, creator of works in bronze and stone that are powerfully abstract and expressionist in character. Yet his belief in the past as both a literary and an aesthetic source, as well as his use of such traditional materials as bronze, shape a career that stands out from those of mainstream modernists. Hadzi thinks of art in clear, formalist terms, but with nuances of mythic meaning drawn from his Greek heritage. After a nearly twenty-five-year sojourn in Rome, he spent fourteen years teaching at Harvard University, at the same time that he was executing large-scale architectural commissions for sites in North America; these were public works of exceptional physical beauty, structural bravura, and durability.
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