Daniel Arsham

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Rose Quartz Eroded Guitar

Daniel Arsham  Rose Quartz Eroded Guitar

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“The Future is Always Now” is the ninth solo exhibition by New York artist Daniel Arsham at Galerie Perrotin, presenting a new body of approximately twenty artworks around the theme of music.

For this exhibition, Daniel Arsham features a series of new casts based around the world of music presenting eroded sculptures, such as guitars, turntables, a microphone, boomboxes, a walkman and keyboards. These instruments, damaged by the passage of time, are like an archeology of the present. These sculptures are casted in mineral materials related to geology such as rose quartz, glacial rock, obsidian, steel or volcanic ash, resembling fossilized items, found in a futuristic archeological dig. The solo show also includes gouaches on mylar representing disused items exposed to the effect of time, a cassette and eroded CD. A stage with instruments also reconstitutes elements of a performance and four casted tires on the walls evoke a music tour as if a rock band deserted in the main room of the gallery.

These eroded sculptures, future relics, generate a confusion in the audience’s mind by challenging modern assumptions about linear time and history.

Daniel Arsham was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio in 1980. After graduating from Cooper Union in 2003, he received the Gelman Trust fellowship the same year. Arsham’s work has been shown at PS1 in New York, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami, the MCA Chicago, Athens Biennial in Greece, The New Museum in New York, Mills College Art Museum in Oakland, California and Carré d’Art de Nîmes, France among others. Daniel Arsham’s artistic practice includes several high profile collaborations with choreographer Merce Cunningham, Producer Pharrell Williams, and Designer Hedi Slimane.
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source: fabricworkshopandmuseumorg
American, born 1980 Cleveland, Ohio
Daniel Arsham graduated from Cooper Union and received the Gelman Trust Fellowship Award in 2003. In 2004, he participated in the group show Miami Nice at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Paris, which began representing Arsham in 2005. As one of the founders of the seminal Miami artist-run space The House, his interest in multi-disciplinary artist collaborations began early. Legendary choreographer Merce Cunningham asked Arsham to create the stage design for his work eyeSpace in 2007. Following this project, Arsham began designing for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company for performances in Australia, France, and multiple locations in the United States. In 2011, Arsham created the set for the final three performances of Cunningham’s legacy tour at the Park Avenue Armory. Despite never being trained in stage design, he has continued this practice, collaborating with Robert Wilson as well as Jonah Bokaer, a former Cunningham dancer. Arsham’s ongoing work with Bokaer includes REPLICA, which has been performed at such esteemed venues as The New Museum in New York; Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno in Valencia, Spain, and The Hellenic Festival in Athens, Greece. His most recent collaboration with Bokaer, titled RECESS, had its world premiere at Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival in 2011. Arsham and Bokaer will present a new collaboration with David Hallberg at Le Festival d’Avignon in France in July 2012, followed by another premiere at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in August. To further explore the possibilities of spatial manipulation, Arsham founded Snarkitecture in 2007 with partner Alex Mustonen to operate in territories between the disciplines of art and architecture. Their imaginative practice recently won the commission to create two large public artworks for Miamiʼs new Florida Marlins ballpark, which opened in April 2012.
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source: artbook
Miami artist Daniel Arsham (born 1980) toys with our notions of what to expect from various materials and media, transcending the strict boundaries between art, architecture and performance. In so doing, he explores what is natural, what is fabricated, what has come about by chance and what is planned. His gouaches, sculptures and conceptual objects often mimic effects of subsidence, erosion or melting. Arsham graduated from Cooper Union, and received the Gelman Trust Fellowship in 2003. His work has been shown at institutions such as MoMA PS1, New York, and The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Florida, among many others, and he has collaborated with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. This book is the only comprehensive monograph of his work available. It features three interviews with the artist and many images from gallery and museum shows and performances.
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source: naomi-jerlivejournal
Даниэль Аршам (Daniel Arsham), художник из Маями, работает с легендарным американским хореографом Мерсем Каннингем (Merce Cunningham. Аршам создает скульптуры для сцены и костюмы для танцоров. Это сотрудничество открыло перед Даниэлем множество дверей в мир искусства. В 1999 он оканчивает высшую школу дизайна и архитектуры в Маями.
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source: designbrasilsoupio
O artista americano Daniel Arsham produz obras que colocam em questão o diálogo entre arte e arquitetura, investigando o espaço expositivo da galeria. rsham afirma que sua fascinação pela desconstrução espacial veio de uma experiência de infância, quando um furacão destruiu completamente a casa em que morava em Miami.
Arsham fundou junto ao arquiteto Alex Mustonen o Snarkitecture, estúdio de prática colaborativa onde os dois desenvolvem projetos artísticos e arquitetônicos, onde investigam estrutura, material e programa e como esses elementos podem ser manipulados para servir novos e criativos propósitos. s obras de Arsham interferem diretamente no ambiente aparentemente “intocável” do cubo branco, e muitas de suas intervenções nos remete aos trabalhos do brasileiro Henrique Oliveira, que teve obra de destaque na 29ª Bienal.
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source: wegotalent
Véritable sensation dans le renouveau de l’art moderne américain, Daniel Arsham est un peintre et sculpteur new yorkais qui aime à se jouer des illusions dans ses oeuvres. Après ses sculptures en résines ou bien encore son installation igloo, l’artiste crée des sculptures figuratives dissimulées sous un effet drapée pour stimuler l’imagination du spectateur.
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source: wowsai
在纽约工作生活的艺术家、布景设计师Daniel Arsham,凭借将工业领域转化为色卡式“像素云”早而广受赞誉。Arsham目前正在洛杉矶OHWOW举行最新展览“The Fall, the Ball and the Wall”,他向摄影师Tierney Gearon展示了围绕着展览的超现实雕塑和虚构城市景观。这位年仅31岁的跨流派学者,曾与Dior Homme设计师Hedi Slimane、编舞家Merce Cunningham等合作过多个项目,逆转对空间和建筑的成见,例如用成千上万的乒乓球淹没舞台,用切割的发泡胶“蚕食”质朴的更衣室。“这类型的作品 里显然蕴藏着让人毛骨悚然的性质,它源自这样的想法:你看到认识的事物,对它有一定的期待,”Arsham谈及OHWOW里的作品,就像鬼屋;有你熟悉的 事物,但某些东西不太对劲。