New Figurative Sculptures Made of Shattered Glass by Daniel Arsham

New Figurative Sculptures Made of Shattered Glass by Daniel Arsham sculpture glass

New Figurative Sculptures Made of Shattered Glass by Daniel Arsham sculpture glass

New Figurative Sculptures Made of Shattered Glass by Daniel Arsham sculpture glass

New Figurative Sculptures Made of Shattered Glass by Daniel Arsham sculpture glass

New Figurative Sculptures Made of Shattered Glass by Daniel Arsham sculpture glass

New Figurative Sculptures Made of Shattered Glass by Daniel Arsham sculpture glass

New York based artist Daniel Arsham (previously here, here and here) recently completed a number of new works, most notably these three figurative sculptures made from compacted broken glass, inspired by the discovery of glass shards in his home after hurricane Andrew in 1992. Other new sculptures include several picture frames using the same broken glass treatment and cameras formed from sand and stone. Arsham’s work is almost universally devoid of color or complexity and instead relies solely on the physical manipulation of basic materials to accomplish each new idea, a process that often involves altering of gallery wall surfaces to encase, suspend, or shroud his sculptures. See much more in his three dimensional portfolio. (via junk culturehttp://www.junk-culture.com/2012/11/daniel-arsham-broken-glass-sculptures.html)

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