Biography

EDUCATION

1952‐3Belle Arte, Rome, Italy
1950‐1Polytechnion, Athens, Greece
1950 Graduated with Honors from The Cooper Union, New York City

SELECTED HONORS AND AWARDS

1997Member, National Academy of Design
1987St. Gaudens Award, The Cooper Union
1983Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Letters
1974Resident, American Academy in Rome
1957John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship
1954Louis Comfort Tiffany Award
1950‐1Fullbright Fellow, Athens, Greece

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1989-2006Professor Emeritus, Harvard University
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1975-1989Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University
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SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

The Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts
Albright‐Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Chase Manhattan Bank of North America, New York
City of Tilburg, Holland
The Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire
Dallas Museum of Art, Texas
Davis Museum, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Franklin Murphy Sculpture Garden, Los Angeles, California
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
The Hakone Museum of Sculpture, Tokyo, Japan
The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark
Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, California
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Mineralogcal Museum at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Montreal Museum of Art, Montreal, Canada
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
The Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
Phoenix Museum of Art, Arizona
Phoenix Museum of Art, Arizona
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California
Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts
Stanford University Art Museum, Palo Alto, California
The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio
The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013Danese, New York, New York
2010Victoria Munroe Fine Art, Boston, Massachusetts
2010“The Roman Years”, Danese, New York, New York
2008Victoria Munroe Fine Art, Boston, Massachusetts
2008Danese, New York, New York
2007Berta Walker Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
2006Kouros Gallery, New York, New York
2005Gremillion Gallery, Houston, Texas
2003Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
2002Kouros Gallery, New York, New York
2001Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
2000Gremillion Gallery, Houston, Texas
2000Athens Gallery, Athens, Greece
1998Kouros Gallery, New York, New York
1998Hellenic Cultural Foundation, New York, New York
1997Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1997Virginia Lynch Gallery, Tiverton, Rhode Island
1997Smith Andersen Gallery, Palo Alto, California
1996Long Point Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
1995Kouros Gallery, New York, New York
1991The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
1991Levinson‐Kane Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
1990Smith Andersen Gallery, Palo Alto, California
1989Rikugien Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1989Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University
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1989Kouros Gallery, New York, New York
1987Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1984Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museums
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1984Gruenebaum Gallery, New York, New York
1982Mekler Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1981Gruenebaum Gallery, New York, New York
1980Mekler Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1977Alpha Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
1974Galleria dell’Obelisco, Rome, Italy
1972Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1971Alpha Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
1969Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
1963Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
1962Stephen Radich Gallery, New York, New York
1961Galerie Van De Loo, Munich, Germany
1961Stephen Radich Gallery, New York, New York
1960Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1958Galeria Schneider, Rome, Italy

COMMISSIONS

1991Hugo Black Courthouse, Birmingham, Alabama ‐ 20 foot long mixed granites
1990Public Art Collection, Lowell, Massachusetts ‐ 13 foot high bronze
1989Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, California ‐ 12 foot high bronze
1987Pine Manor College, Boston, Massachusetts ‐ 12 foot high mixed granites
1986Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota ‐ 13 foot high mixed granites
1986City of Appleton, Appleton, Wisconsin ‐ 15 foot high, 32 foot long dolomite
1985Harvard Square, MBTA, Cambridge, Massachusetts ‐ 24 foot high mixed granites
1984Sculpture/Fountain, Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts ‐ 30 foot high mixed granites and travertines
1982Stanford University, Palo Alto, California ‐ 12 foot high bronze
1982Owens‐Illinois, Inc., Toledo, Ohio ‐ 40 foot high granite fountain
1980Dallas Center, Dallas, Texas ‐ 24 foot high granite
1979Johnson Wax Co., Racine, Wisconsin ‐ 15 foot high basalt, granite intarsia
1976Federal Office Building, Portland, Oregon ‐ 13 foot high basalt
1974International Sculptors Symposium, Eugene, Oregon ‐ basalt group
1973Federal Reserve Bank, Minneapolis, Minnesota ‐ 24 foot high bronze
1968JFK Federal Office Building, Boston, Massachusetts ‐ 16 foot high bronze
1966Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York ‐ 16 foot high bronze
1966‐1976Bronze Doors, St. Paul’s Church, Rome, Italy ‐ 12 foot high bronze
1965Sun Life Insurance Co., Baltimore, Maryland ‐ suspended bronze
1963Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts ‐ 5 foot high bronze

Hadzi Studio

Dimitri Hadzi was born on March 21, 1921 in New York, New York. Until his death in 2006, Hadzi continued to work out of his Cambridge studio with the enthusiasm, curiosity and perseverance that marked his entire artistic life of more than 50 years. The recognition he received meant a great deal to him, but nothing was ever as rewarding to this consummate artist as a lively and productive day in the studio.