Last month saw architect Zaha Hadid bestowed with the title of UNESCO Artist for Peace, and this month sees her curating an exhibition in Zurich.
The show runs until September the 25th at Galerie Gmurzynska and is called 'Suprematism'.
Hadid has chosen to juxtapose masterpieces of the Russian Avant-Garde (including work by El Lissitzky, Kazimir Malevich and Alexander Rodchenko) with the work of Zaha Hadid Architects.
The bright bold explosion of Russian pieces pierces through Hadid's contemporary dynamic black and white design in a dialogue which constantly shifts and realigns as visitors move through the space.
The exhibition focuses on four themes: Abstraction, Distortion, Fragmentation, and Floatation.
As a site specific artwork, the exhibition design is a projection of a two-dimensional drawing into the three-dimensional space; transforming it into a spatial painting in which the threshold of the picture plane has expanded and can be entered.
Interesting one this. Go and see it if you can.