3018 is the name of Daniel Arsham’s new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in New York. The artist started teasing the art installation with an eroded version of a Delorean DMC-12.
To stay close to his signature aesthetic, 3018 paints the picture of a dystopian future with pop culture modern objects imagined in a decaying state with an ashy gray aesthetic.
Another really distinct piece is the “FUTURE” wall sign extruded through the surface created with a mix of foam, plaster and white paint.
You will also be able to discover other pieces such as an entire wall with more of Arsham’s eroded style revealing a broken wood structure inside. The visual effect is achieved using a visual technique called trompe-l’oeil with wallpaper designs.
3018 at the Galerie Perrotin in NYC, is open until October 21.
130 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
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