Daniel Arsham

Interview: Daniel Arsham on His Multi-Faceted Collaboration with adidas Originals
About two minutes into the first segment of Daniel Arsham’s trilogy, "Hourglass," we see a brief shot of a TV screen showing the colorful swirl of a hurricane barreling toward Miami—an image that has been burned in to my head since seeing it first...
Reach Ruin
Working with crushed glass, recycled ceramics, molded sand and the resin for which he is most known, multidisciplinary artist Daniel Arsham expanded upon his preferred material to create "Reach Ruin," a beautifully resonating solo exhibition currently...
Since launching last July, Grey Area has become a choice online destination for those seeking unique, artist-designed objects, from "Best Friends" skateboards to handmade headpieces. After opening pop-ups in Montauk last summer and then at the Bass...
Why Patterns
On a black stage a singular ping-pong ball triggers four dancers, followed by thousands more balls dropping, rolling and flooding the scene in controlled chaos. This is "Why Patterns." Making its U.S. debut next week, the performance piece is a collaboration...
Perrier-Jouët Bicentennial
Perrier-Jouët invited us to celebrate their 200th birthday with a gala in Paris and a visit to their vineyards and caves in Épernay. To commemorate their anniversary, they explored the concept of legacy, commissioning American artist and architect...
Fresh off Perrier-Jouët's Bi-Centenaire Project (more on that later), Daniel Arsham has a new installation and performance piece debuting this week in NYC. "Dig", in collaboration with Arsham's firm Snarkitecture, comprises of completely filling...
Formed around the idea of a group of artists that work together at the intersection of craft and art, "Guild" is an upcoming exhibit at Gallerie Emmanuel Perrotin in Miami opening tomorrow, 12 May 2007. Two years in the making, artist...