Three-Dimensional Works by Daniel Arsham

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Three-Dimensional Works by Daniel Arsham

Daniel Arsham is an artist hailing from Cleveland, Ohio, (the Cleve!) and living and working between New York and Miami. He designs in a variety of mediums and categorizes his work into two, three or four dimensions. My favorite pieces come from the third dimension, where his sculptural works look simultaneously natural and unnatural, appearing sculpted, grown, or eroded and depend upon their environments for context and dimension.

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Design, danielarsham, sculpture
Design, danielarsham, sculpture
Design, danielarsham, sculpture
Design, danielarsham, sculpture
Design, danielarsham, sculpture
Design, danielarsham, sculpture
Design, danielarsham, sculpture

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