Dimitri Hadzi


Dimitri Hadzi: "I'm interested in what I call the tyranny of art. Where the art takes over from the artist, and the artist, toward the end, isn't as free as he thought he was." photo: bronze sculpture detail.

Dimitri Hadzi is among the most distinguished modernist sculptors, creator of works in bronze and stone that are powerfully abstract and expressionist in character.

His contribution to the international language of sculpture continues to influence and inspire through permanent installations and collections, and exhibitions worldwide.

Hadzi is included in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art; National Gallery of Art; Whitney Museum of American Art; Museum of Fine Art, Boston; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden; The Phillips Collection and the Guggenheim Museum.

His commissioned works appear in public squares, concert halls, federal and private plazas, and universities throughout the world.

Detail: K458 “The Hunt”, Lincoln Center, New York, 1968; bronze, 12′ high