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Animal Architecture

  • Posted by on March 18, 2010 in Art
  • In his new show opening in Paris this weekend, Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Arsham zeroes in on the areas where the natural and the manufactured meet.

    Featuring ink drawings and 3D sculpture, "Animal Architecture" is a study in juxtaposition. A modernist architectural ruin is pictured inside a cave. A kangaroo looks perplexedly at a slab of concrete floating in the landscape. A sculpture of a cloud is made of plastic balls.

    Sure to be a fascinating show. Anyone wanna go to Paris this weekend?

    (Via Flavorwire)

    View more of Arsham's work at his gallery, read a NY Times piece on the artist.




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