• Марина Кожинова
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Дэниел Аршам Инстаграм фото

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I’m colorblind. How’s it look to you?
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L’HORLOGE DIOR 3019
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I had this phone in the 80’s. Now its reformed into Pink Selenite and Quartz.
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Crystal Magazine for my next exhibition SELF STRUCTURE in Istanbul with @mosaicartfoundation
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Making some art at the Bodyshop.
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Vacation over. Headed back to NYC. My next exhibition opens in 1 month in ISTANBUL 🇹🇷
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Couple things in process...
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🇬🇷 The Venus de Milo was discovered by accident less than a mile from here.
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Still just the samples💧 @mrkimjones @_thibo
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Who’s been to the 🔮 cavern?
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@dior Silk Scarves
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Between 3007-3010 I made a series of paintings of Altered Sculpture from Antiquity. The concept of a collapse in time is still present in a new series of Alterations of historical sculpture I’m working on now. This work is made of Quartz and Selenite crystal, the second image is a gouache on mylar painting.
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Good Morning 🇬🇷
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This is a smaller version of the floor excavation. I added a glass surface so you can walk over the works.
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
I always look for iconic objects to cast, things I feel resonate beyond their original intention. I wanted to do cars for a few years and decided the first two that I made would be from my favorite movies. This is a Crystalized 1961 Ferrari GT California from the Movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The work is now in a collection that includes other cars by Artists such as Keith Haring, Richard Prince, Barbara Kruger and many others.
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Early test of the @dior letters vs. the real ones at the show ⛏
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The Venus of Arles was discovered in several pieces in Arles in 1651 by workmen who were digging a well. The head appeared first, at a depth of six feet, which spurred further excavations. It was given in 1681 to Louis XIV to decorate Versailles. The statue was seized from the royal collection during the Revolution and has been at the Louvre ever since its inception. The Crystalized iteration of the work was discovered in 3020 also in Paris. Further examination revealed that the work had been restored to its original condition of discovery nearly 2000 years prior. It appears that some time in the 20th century, restoration occurred on the sculpture to bring it back to its original rough surface, untouched by the changes to smooth it out during the Renaissance.
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NO BAD ENERGY @nas
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Walls 😂😂😂
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This was one of the first crystal Basketball pieces I made sometime around 3008. I was struggling for a while trying to find a way to display the pieces. I tried on pedestals, on shelves, on the floor, nothing felt right. I went with a friend to see the Miami Heat and watching the players warm up the solution was so obvious. I made a custom basketball rack based on the ones you see on court before a game.
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#freerocky Also, unless you’re Rocky or my father don’t ever call me Danny.
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Who had one?
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I’m colorblind but apparently Tori arranged my bookshelf in a rainbow?
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Traveling from inside a crystal cavern into the past and then into The Future.
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The @dior mens jewelry team told me about this idea almost a year ago. They found some 19th century pendants that unfolded like a book. Their idea was to take the Crystal Eroded Sculpture I made of Christian Dior’s book and turn it into a necklace pendant that could be taken off and worn as a bracelet. The execution by @yoon_ambush and her team, wow 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 @mrkimjones 💫
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Sketch vs. Reality. About 10 years between them.
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
These paintings are part of a series I made 10 years ago that brought my work in conversation with Sculptural Antiquity. I have recently been granted access to an archive of molds of works from the @museelouvre that date back thousands of years. The results will be shown next year with @emmanuelperrotin in Paris 🗿⛏
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
@dior jumpsuits with eroded Letters💧Only 25 made for the show staff ❄️ @mrkimjones 🔌
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
I made a Limited Edition of only 20 pieces of the @nas Lost Tapes 2 Crystal Eroded Cassette. Nas and I will be donating the entire $200K proceeds from the sale to Charity. I will be giving $100K to @thecooperunion and Nas will be giving $100K to his Elementary School in Queens NY. The full album comes out This Friday! 🗯
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
A couple thousand pounds of geological materials transformed into objects you know. A visitor remarked, “It’s like time traveling and being able see your life in a history book”
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
@yoon_ambush interpretation of my work for @dior jewelry SS3020 @mrkimjones ❄️🗯💎
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“For me this work is about a collapse of time. It also brings my Future Relic work in conversation with Art History. Although the subject matter is contemporary the texture and depth of the bronze reminds me of Rodin or Brancusi. So much of my work involves the popular culture of today however my education included all periods of Art history and I have always wanted my works to communicate with time”
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I have unveiled a new large scale permanent public Mural in Los Angeles. 🎨 The work is located at Maya Angelou High School and was completed with the support of @brandedarts. Thank you @mosaicartfoundation @sinanuzan for helping to realize this project !
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
We made a Quartz Crystal Eroded @dior saddle bag. Yes it’s functional! 😯 @mrkimjones @matthewmwilliams
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Hand sculpted Large Knot on view at my exhibition in Shanghai. @how_art_museum
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
The Legendary @stephenjonesmillinery created eroded caps with individually attached crystals for my @dior collaboration with @mrkimjones. The crystals inset into the caps are the same kind that are used in my sculptural work.
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
A series of broken shapes in the walls begin as an abstract hole and finish in the shape of a figure. Part of my exhibition Perpetual Present at @how_art_museum in Shanghai. 🇨🇳
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A telephone found in the archives from Mr. Christian Dior’s office was recreated in Blue Calcite Crystal. The phone was placed at the entrance of the Dior SS3020 show in a recreation of Mr. Dior’s office. @mrkimjones @dior
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Much of my current work is in three dimensional space, however I studied Painting at @thecooperunion. Most of my earliest works used painting to depict imagined scenarios in which nature and architecture collide in a timeless image. There is a sense in the works that things are in a state of movement between construction and destruction. This same entropic ethos can still be found in much of my sculpture where time and materials play between the past, present, and future.
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
@nas July 19th ⛏
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A functioning Archeological Excavation and Laboratory is part of my Museum exhibition in Shanghai. Workers will be excavating items from our current era as they would be found 1000 or 10,000 years from now. The objects such as Guitars, Cameras, and computers which have been transformed into crystal are rigorously studied, documented, and reconstructed in the laboratory. The computers used to document the findings are from the 1980’s creating a further collapse and conflagration of linear time. @how_art_museum
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
I debuted a series of new large scale bronze works in Shanghai at my exhibition @how_art_museum. The works were scaled up from smaller hand made sculptures and finished with traditional Bronze patinas that reference historical sculpture. For me they embody a confusion of time, past and future collected together in a problematic and confounding scenario. The exhibition will be on view through October 3019.
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Kim Jones and Daniel Arsham discuss the Dior SS20 show and collection.
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Made some custom 1/1 @dior studio boots for the opening of my exhibition last night in Shanghai. The boots are clear, the drawing is on the interior neoprene liner. 🖊 @mrkimjones @thibo 👀
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
I created a full scale active Archeological Excavation site in the floor of the Museum at my show in Shanghai. Viewers who enter will witness as members of my team slowly unearth and study contemporary objects made of crystal and ash. This paradoxical time situation is further enhanced in the adjacent laboratory in which the objects are studied with outdated computers and other vintage technologies. @how_art_museum 🧪 🔬
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Some of the first studies for the @Dior project I began last fall. @mrkimjones 🖊
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
The largest work I have created to date will greet viewers as they enter my exhibition at @how_art_museum / Weighing in at over 4,000 lbs, it took nearly 2 years of work to complete this work in Bronze. I hope you can come and see it in Shanghai!
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Walking through walls. My exhibition at @how_art_museum in Shanghai opens this Friday June 28th 3019.
ARSHAM STUDIO 3019
Over the past year I spent substantial time in the Dior Archive. In many of the photos I found of Mr. Dior there was a clock in the background at his Atelier. I visited the space which still exists and the clock is still there. I created a functional version of the clock made of Rose Quartz and Selenite Crystal. The collapse of time between past, present and future is a central element of my project with @mrkimjones for @dior SS3020
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    I’m colorblind. How’s it look to you?
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    L’HORLOGE DIOR 3019
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    🗣
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    I had this phone in the 80’s. Now its reformed into Pink Selenite and Quartz.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Crystal Magazine for my next exhibition SELF STRUCTURE in Istanbul with @mosaicartfoundation
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Making some art at the Bodyshop.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Vacation over. Headed back to NYC. My next exhibition opens in 1 month in ISTANBUL 🇹🇷
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Couple things in process...
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    🇬🇷 The Venus de Milo was discovered by accident less than a mile from here.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Still just the samples💧 @mrkimjones @_thibo
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Who’s been to the 🔮 cavern?
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    @dior Silk Scarves
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Between 3007-3010 I made a series of paintings of Altered Sculpture from Antiquity. The concept of a collapse in time is still present in a new series of Alterations of historical sculpture I’m working on now. This work is made of Quartz and Selenite crystal, the second image is a gouache on mylar painting.
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    Good Morning 🇬🇷
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    This is a smaller version of the floor excavation. I added a glass surface so you can walk over the works.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    I always look for iconic objects to cast, things I feel resonate beyond their original intention. I wanted to do cars for a few years and decided the first two that I made would be from my favorite movies. This is a Crystalized 1961 Ferrari GT California from the Movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. The work is now in a collection that includes other cars by Artists such as Keith Haring, Richard Prince, Barbara Kruger and many others.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Early test of the @dior letters vs. the real ones at the show ⛏
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    The Venus of Arles was discovered in several pieces in Arles in 1651 by workmen who were digging a well. The head appeared first, at a depth of six feet, which spurred further excavations. It was given in 1681 to Louis XIV to decorate Versailles. The statue was seized from the royal collection during the Revolution and has been at the Louvre ever since its inception. The Crystalized iteration of the work was discovered in 3020 also in Paris. Further examination revealed that the work had been restored to its original condition of discovery nearly 2000 years prior. It appears that some time in the 20th century, restoration occurred on the sculpture to bring it back to its original rough surface, untouched by the changes to smooth it out during the Renaissance.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    NO BAD ENERGY @nas
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    Walls 😂😂😂
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    This was one of the first crystal Basketball pieces I made sometime around 3008. I was struggling for a while trying to find a way to display the pieces. I tried on pedestals, on shelves, on the floor, nothing felt right. I went with a friend to see the Miami Heat and watching the players warm up the solution was so obvious. I made a custom basketball rack based on the ones you see on court before a game.
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    #freerocky Also, unless you’re Rocky or my father don’t ever call me Danny.
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    Who had one?
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    I’m colorblind but apparently Tori arranged my bookshelf in a rainbow?
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Traveling from inside a crystal cavern into the past and then into The Future.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    The @dior mens jewelry team told me about this idea almost a year ago. They found some 19th century pendants that unfolded like a book. Their idea was to take the Crystal Eroded Sculpture I made of Christian Dior’s book and turn it into a necklace pendant that could be taken off and worn as a bracelet. The execution by @yoon_ambush and her team, wow 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 @mrkimjones 💫
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Sketch vs. Reality. About 10 years between them.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    These paintings are part of a series I made 10 years ago that brought my work in conversation with Sculptural Antiquity. I have recently been granted access to an archive of molds of works from the @museelouvre that date back thousands of years. The results will be shown next year with @emmanuelperrotin in Paris 🗿⛏
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    @dior jumpsuits with eroded Letters💧Only 25 made for the show staff ❄️ @mrkimjones 🔌
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    I made a Limited Edition of only 20 pieces of the @nas Lost Tapes 2 Crystal Eroded Cassette. Nas and I will be donating the entire $200K proceeds from the sale to Charity. I will be giving $100K to @thecooperunion and Nas will be giving $100K to his Elementary School in Queens NY. The full album comes out This Friday! 🗯
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    A couple thousand pounds of geological materials transformed into objects you know. A visitor remarked, “It’s like time traveling and being able see your life in a history book”
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    @yoon_ambush interpretation of my work for @dior jewelry SS3020 @mrkimjones ❄️🗯💎
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    “For me this work is about a collapse of time. It also brings my Future Relic work in conversation with Art History. Although the subject matter is contemporary the texture and depth of the bronze reminds me of Rodin or Brancusi. So much of my work involves the popular culture of today however my education included all periods of Art history and I have always wanted my works to communicate with time”
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    I have unveiled a new large scale permanent public Mural in Los Angeles. 🎨 The work is located at Maya Angelou High School and was completed with the support of @brandedarts. Thank you @mosaicartfoundation @sinanuzan for helping to realize this project !
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    We made a Quartz Crystal Eroded @dior saddle bag. Yes it’s functional! 😯 @mrkimjones @matthewmwilliams
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Hand sculpted Large Knot on view at my exhibition in Shanghai. @how_art_museum
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    The Legendary @stephenjonesmillinery created eroded caps with individually attached crystals for my @dior collaboration with @mrkimjones. The crystals inset into the caps are the same kind that are used in my sculptural work.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    A series of broken shapes in the walls begin as an abstract hole and finish in the shape of a figure. Part of my exhibition Perpetual Present at @how_art_museum in Shanghai. 🇨🇳
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    A telephone found in the archives from Mr. Christian Dior’s office was recreated in Blue Calcite Crystal. The phone was placed at the entrance of the Dior SS3020 show in a recreation of Mr. Dior’s office. @mrkimjones @dior
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Much of my current work is in three dimensional space, however I studied Painting at @thecooperunion. Most of my earliest works used painting to depict imagined scenarios in which nature and architecture collide in a timeless image. There is a sense in the works that things are in a state of movement between construction and destruction. This same entropic ethos can still be found in much of my sculpture where time and materials play between the past, present, and future.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    @nas July 19th ⛏
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    A functioning Archeological Excavation and Laboratory is part of my Museum exhibition in Shanghai. Workers will be excavating items from our current era as they would be found 1000 or 10,000 years from now. The objects such as Guitars, Cameras, and computers which have been transformed into crystal are rigorously studied, documented, and reconstructed in the laboratory. The computers used to document the findings are from the 1980’s creating a further collapse and conflagration of linear time. @how_art_museum
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    I debuted a series of new large scale bronze works in Shanghai at my exhibition @how_art_museum. The works were scaled up from smaller hand made sculptures and finished with traditional Bronze patinas that reference historical sculpture. For me they embody a confusion of time, past and future collected together in a problematic and confounding scenario. The exhibition will be on view through October 3019.
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    Kim Jones and Daniel Arsham discuss the Dior SS20 show and collection.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Made some custom 1/1 @dior studio boots for the opening of my exhibition last night in Shanghai. The boots are clear, the drawing is on the interior neoprene liner. 🖊 @mrkimjones @thibo 👀
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    I created a full scale active Archeological Excavation site in the floor of the Museum at my show in Shanghai. Viewers who enter will witness as members of my team slowly unearth and study contemporary objects made of crystal and ash. This paradoxical time situation is further enhanced in the adjacent laboratory in which the objects are studied with outdated computers and other vintage technologies. @how_art_museum 🧪 🔬
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Some of the first studies for the @Dior project I began last fall. @mrkimjones 🖊
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    The largest work I have created to date will greet viewers as they enter my exhibition at @how_art_museum / Weighing in at over 4,000 lbs, it took nearly 2 years of work to complete this work in Bronze. I hope you can come and see it in Shanghai!
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Walking through walls. My exhibition at @how_art_museum in Shanghai opens this Friday June 28th 3019.
  • ARSHAM STUDIO 3019

    Over the past year I spent substantial time in the Dior Archive. In many of the photos I found of Mr. Dior there was a clock in the background at his Atelier. I visited the space which still exists and the clock is still there. I created a functional version of the clock made of Rose Quartz and Selenite Crystal. The collapse of time between past, present and future is a central element of my project with @mrkimjones for @dior SS3020
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