Daniel Arsham is an American-based artist and architect based in New York City. He was born in Ohio and raised in Miami. He is an alumnus of the Cooper Union in New York. Daniel draws inspiration from his grandfather’s art collection and his childhood events. Being a survivor of Hurricane Andrew in Miami, he is well-known for eroded casts of contemporary artifacts and modern human figures. In 2003, he was awarded a Recipient of the Gelman Trust Fellowship. Daniel Arsham rose to fame at the age of 25 when played a key design role in Merce Cunningham’s productions. His artworks revolve around fictional archeology, and his works include drawing, film, architecture, and sculptures.
Daniel infuses a blend of the past and the future in a poetic manner that blends romanticism and pop art using gestures and symbols across cultures. He has collaborated with companies and artists such as Adidas, Dior, Hajime Sorayama, Alex Mustonen, and Emmanuel Perrotin.
Today, Daniel Arsham has joined the NFT with the ‘Eroding and Reforming Bust of Rome (One Year)’ collection. This solo drop in Nifty Gateway is a series of 10 part digital sculptures inspired by an ancient bust of the Louvre’s Collection.