Dimitri Hadzi (1921 - 2006) was an American abstract sculptor who lived and worked near Boston, Massachusetts.
He studied at Cooper Union. He was a 1957 Guggenheim Fellow. He showed at the 1962 Venice biennale. He won a 1974 Rome Prize. Hadzi taught studio arts at Harvard University, from 1975 to 1989. In 1990 he was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate member and became a full Academician in 1994.
He married Martha Leeb. In June 1985, he married Cynthia von Thuna.
- Propylaea (sculpture)
- Omphalos, (formerly at Harvard Square MBTA station through the Arts on the Line program, but will be relocated to Rockport, Massachusetts)
- Helmet V, (1959-1961) Hirshhorn 
- Thermopylae, John F. Kennedy Federal Building
- K. 458 The Hunt, Avery Fisher Hall
- Red Mountains, Hugo L. Black U.S. Courthouse, Birmingham, Alabama. (The sculpture, installed in 1991, was removed in 2012 for renovations to the building. A provision of the 2014 Financial Appropriations Act barred the General Services Administration from replacing it for fear that it could be used to shield an attacker.)
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