Sand Circle


Sand Circle is a limited edition sculpture by Daniel Arsham from 2017. Each Sand Circle features a Studio Issue hologram that verifies the edition number.

·  Sculpture with wood, glass, sand, air
·  Diameter 8 inch
·  Limited edition of 500
·  Released in 2017

About Daniel Arsham

Daniel Arsham employs elements of architecture, performance, and sculpture to manipulate and distort understandings of structures and space. Some of his best-known works include a series of installations that destabilize the solidity of gallery walls, such that they appear to be dripping, folding, oozing, or absorbing furniture; also figuring among his oeuvre are pixelated clouds based on photographs and rendered with hand-colored spheres, and sculptures made from granulated materials like crushed glass.  

Solo Shows

Time Dilation, Perrotin, New York, NY, USA (forthcoming)
UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, Dune, Aranya Gold Coast, Beidaihe, China

Moonraker, Carte Blanche à Daniel Arsham, Musée Guimet, Paris, France
Relics of Kanto Through Time, Nanzuka Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Paris 3020, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France
Life on Europa, Eden Rock, Saint Barth

HOW Museum, Shanghai, China
The Source: Cranbrook Art Museum, Detroit
Connecting Time, MOCO Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Static Mythologies, Ron Mandos, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

"3018," Perrotin New York, USA
Color Shadow, Perrotin Tokyo, Japan
Architectural Anamolies, Nanzuka Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Moran Moran, Los Angeles, CA
Moon Stone, Wall House Museum, Saint Barth

Group Shows

Nassima Landeau, Tel Aviv, Israel

To the Hoop: Basketball and Contemporary Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro
NGV Triennial, National Gallery Vancouver, Melbourne, Australia

Crystal: Visible and Invisible, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville
Chairs Beyond Right and Wrong, R & Company, New York

Mickey: The True Original, New York, NY
Héritage, Centre d'art contemporain départemental l'arTsenal, Freux, France
Eco-Visionaries, Museu Arte Arquitetura Tecnologia, Lisbon, Portugal

This subject is according to § 25a UStG subject to the differential taxation. This includes the statutory value-added tax, which is not stated separately due to the application of difference taxation.