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are in synchrony. The artist sees nature as a "source of the sublime" and ponders on the passing of time. The gift-case sculpture diptych was born of this collaboration and will accompany the Belle Epoque 1998 magnums on their journey through time.
Perrier Jouët was a true inspiration: The vines, the cellars, the detail of Emile Gallé's flower, the Art Nouveau references — all these things are about length of time, about making something and then handing it down...
— Daniel Arsham
Daniel Arsham is one of the most promising artists of his generation.
He is represented by Emmanuel Perrotin, whose Paris Gallery is one of the most active in Europe.
At only 32, he has taken part in a number of well-received group and solo-expositions in the United States and in Europe. His work has been included in a range of high-profile collections such as that of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, and it has been exposed in Frieze London, and Art Basel Miami. Considering art, architecture and performance globally, he has collaborated with visionary artists such as Merce Cunningham and Hedi Slimane.
1 - Untitled (Dior Project), 2005
Polystyrene, paint, mirror - 178 x 127 x 25cm
2 - "Wall Erosion (Passage)", 2008
Polystyrene, plastic, paint - 64.2 x 140 x 43.2cm
3 - "Chair", 2007
Chair dating from 1890, Plywood, plaster, paint, polystyrene - 142 x 178 x 80cm
4 - "Six erosions to the center (2)", 2007
Polystyrene, plaster, paint - 100 x 100 x 100cm
5 - "Curtain", 2007
Polystyrene, plaster - 207 x 124 x 17cm
6 - "Wall Erosion Arch (2)", 2009
Polystyrene, filler, paint - 350 x 350 x 30cm
7 - "Sheet", 2007
Polystyrene, plaster, paint, fabric, rubber - 115 x 270 x 15cm