Daniel Arsham

sculpture

Daniel Arsham Built a Blue Zen Garden in Atlanta

A colorful new series of works comes to the High Museum of Art.
Cedar Pasori
3.7.17
Music

Eat at a Restaurant Scored by Stranger Things Composers S U R V I V E

The immersive restaurant experience will also include visuals from artist Daniel Arsham.
Katherine Gillespie
11.17.16
Art

8 High School Students Got the Chance to Shoot Polaroids in Daniel Arsham’s Studio

Last week the artist invited eight students from the Henry Street Settlement to tour his massive Long Island City studio.
Andrew Nunes
10.19.16
Art

Blue Crystal Basketballs Memorialise the Future of the Game

Daniel Arsham overcomes his colourblindness to create surreal fossils of the modern day.
Beckett Mufson
5.4.16
Art

We Talked to the Archaeologist from the Future About His New Show

Daniel Arsham discusses his newest architecture-defying installation, ‘The Future Was Then.'
Sophia Callahan
3.21.16
Art

5 Rising Sculpture Stars Talk About What’s Next in 2016

If haven’t heard of them yet, you definitely will this year.
Sophia Callahan
2.18.16
Design

(Nearly) Functional Artist Objects Appear Online

Have your art and use it too with limited edition artist made skateboards, beanbag chairs, yoga mats, and more from Exhibition A.
Kate Messinger
1.26.16
Art

Insta of the Week: Usher Teams Up with Arsham

What happens when an archaeologist from the future meets an R&B superstar?
Gabrielle Bruney
1.15.16
Art

[Exclusive] An Apocalyptic Prophesy in Daniel Arsham's 'Future Relic 04'

In 2045, our world is drowning...
Marina Garcia-Vasquez
12.9.15
Art

Playboy Quits Nudes, Vanity Fair Finds "Ermahgerd" Girl: Last Week in Art

Not to mention, Ai Weiwei has a memoir in the works, and Patti Smith got emotional.
Sami Emory
10.19.15
video

[Video] The Process | Snarkitecture's Indoor Beach Ball Pit

The Beach is the kind of summer getaway where you “splash” about in a 10,000 square-foot ball pit.
The Creators Project
8.3.15
Art

Here's a '90s Chicago Bulls Jacket Made of Pulverized Quartz

Michael Jordan's legacy isn't the only thing set in stone as future archaeologist Daniel Arsham unveils his crushed-crystal sculptures at Frieze New York.
Sophia Callahan
5.14.15
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