Still in his damaged and eroded by time style, the Cleveland-born artist delivers new busts, which will be part of his Parisian exhibition “Paris 3020”.
There will thus have been a collaboration with Dior, a collection of everyday objects or a Porsche 911, a Ferrari GT California and a Delorean, and Daniel Arsham is now tackling history. Before talking about his busts, let’s recall that the eroded style of the Cleveland native proposes the revisiting of objects that seem to be cut out of stone and reveal other semi-precious stones. This style, which is now his own, is applied to many objects, in their real size.
Back to the busts, which expand the very large collection of objects eroded by Daniel Arsham’s vision. Of Greco-Roman inspiration, the busts of the designer are in perfect line with what one could expect from him since they are works that are likely to experience the erosion of time. These, in addition to the artist’s touch, free themselves and reveal all their potential, notably thanks to these slightly broken stones which give even more relief to the work. If the first works could be compared to contemporary art, here we find a historical art that mixes the past with more contemporary design reflection and techniques.
The busts, as well as various other works by Daniel Arsham will soon be visible and available in Paris, at the Galerie Perrotin, as part of his exhibition “Paris 3020”. An exhibition that can be seen from January 11th to March 21st.
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