Zaha Hadid has used multiple lengths of taut red cord to reconfigure an area of the sixteenthcentury Villa Medici gardens in Rome. She is among some 30 international contributors to 'Le Jardin 2000', an exhibition that continues in the grounds of the villa until 24 September. For a full report see next week's review pages. Meanwhile in London, the ICA is holding a retrospective of Hadid's work featuring animated images of her schemes. The animations are currently being projected on ...
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