April 18, 2020
The Gazelle

#5WomenArtists: Diana Al-Hadid and Physical Materiality

Lux Magazine

Confined Artists Free Spirits

March 8, 2020
The New York Times

Feminists Arm Themselves With Art

March 3, 2020
Vogue

Bronx Museum of the Arts Hosts Its Annual Visionary Duos Gala

March 3, 2020
Hyperallergic

The American Academy of Arts and Letters Presents the 2020 Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts

Hyperallergic

Searching for a City’s Spirit at the Lahore Biennale

December 27, 2019
Artnet

The 100 Works of Art That Defined the Decade, Ranked: Part 1

Hyperallergic

The Arches of Old Penn Station Return in Diana Al-Hadid’s Subway Mosaics

01/25/2019
San Francisco Chronicle

As the Fog settled over SF, some asked, ‘Where’s the art?’

January 11, 2019
Berkshire Eagle

'Delirious Matter': Sculpture and surroundings meet

October 10, 2018
BOMB Magazine

Unstable Solids: Diana Al-Hadid’s Delirious Matter

September 2018
Hyperallergic

Diana Al-Hadid Studies Boundaries While Refusing to Obey Them

June 2018
The New York Times

How The Sculptor Diana Al-Hadid Spends Her Sundays

February, 2018
The New York Times

Coming to Madison Square Park: Drippy Abstractions and Headless Figures

October 2017
Brooklyn Rail

"Diana Al-Hadid: Falcon's Fortress"

October 2017
Hyperallergic

"The Past and Present of a Syrian-American Artist"

April 2016
Art Forum

"Critics' Picks, Abu Dhabi: Diana Al-Hadid" 

Harper's BAZAAR Art Arabia

"Studio Visit: Diana Al-Hadid"

Summer 2015
Cultured Magazine

“Exquisite Mass” 

May 3, 2015
LA Times

“Diana Al-Hadid sculptural paintings: Such beautiful decay"

April 2015
i-D/Vice

"Artist Diana Al-Hadid Is Challenging Assumptions about Arabic Women"

September 2014
Surface Magazine

"Austria Bound"

September 2014
Vogue

"Artist Diana Al-Hadid on Fate, Form, and Freud - and Her New Exhibition at the Secession in Vienna"

January 2014
WSJ

"States of Matter"

November 2012
ARTnews

"Diana Al-Hadid Makes a Sculpture: The Birth of a Multi-Hued Venus"

October 2011
Exhibition pamphlet published on the occasion of Sightings: Diana Al-Hadid, Nasher Sculpture Center

by Jed Morse