Diana Al-Hadid (b.1981, Syria) lives and works in Brooklyn, USA.
Diana Al-Hadid is known for her practice that spans across media and scale, and examines and illustrates perspective through history, architecture and narrative. Through large-scale sculptures, bronze sculptures and drawings, she uses her art as a bridge between her Western life and Middle Eastern upbringing, drawing inspiration from a plethora of sources including science, myth and Old Master works. Her work has been displayed in various solo and group exhibitions at Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco (2019); The Bronx Museum of the Art, New York (2018); San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose (2017); Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York (2017); Mills College Art Museum, Oakland (2017); September Gallery, Hudson NY (2017); New York University Abu Dhabi Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi (2016); David Winton Bell Gallery, Rhode Island (2016); Isa Gallery, Mumbai (2015); and The Farjam Foundation, Dubai (2014). Diana holds a BA Art History and BFA Sculpture from Kent State University, Ohio (2003) and an MFA Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia (2005).