Perrier-Jouët Bicentennial

A 200-year-old champagne house celebrates their birthday with a gift that keeps on giving

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 Daniel Arsham to bring the concept to life, complimenting a history of design collaborations in the process. In 1902, Perrier-Jouët hired Art Nouveau glass artist Émile Gallé …

Dig

Explorations in form as artists carve out a foam-filled room

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 the gallery space at the Storefront for Art and Architecture with white architectural foam. Arsham and his fellow Snarkitects will occupy the space during the monthlong installation, excavating the foam filled …

Guild

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 and curator Daniel Arsham assembled a guild comprised of himself, John Bucklin, Kenneth Andrew Mroczek, Dennis Palazzolo and Friends With You for the show. …