Diana Al-Hadid's works are distinctive in style and material. Drawing inspiration from classical and Renaissance imagery, Al-Hadid creates towering sculpture, spectral wall pieces, ethereal drawings and experiemental bronzes that foreground her unusual use of materials. 

The exhibition takes its title from a central work, Phantom Limb, a term referring to the sensations that a missing arm or leg is still present, and able to move. The titles captures the character of much of Al-Hadid's work, which evokes memory and long cultural history through a visceral, materially-focused working technique. 

The exhibition was organized in collaboration with the NYU Abu Dhabi Art Gallery.