The year is 3020: New York-based artist Daniel Arsham, as part of an upcoming exhibition—an extension of his ongoing Fictional Archaeology series—at Galerie Perrotin Paris, made a range of reimagined busts and friezes from antiquity, presenting them in a new and evocative way, explaining the title of the exhibition “Paris 3020”. It is his first exhibit in the new year, as he published a picture of his notebook, showing a rather packed monthly schedule.
Selected sculptures will go on show at Galerie Perrotin from January 11 until March 21. Check out in the gallery below.
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