Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)
Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)
Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)
Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)
Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)
Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)
Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)

Daniel Arsham - Eroded 911 Turbo Porsche (Grey)

$4,300.00

Artist: Daniel Arsham

Publisher: Arsham Studio

Medium: Cast resin and aluminium oxide

Dimensions: 12.2 x 5.4 x 3.6 inches / 310 x 136 x 91 mm

Weight: 6.6 lbs / 3 kg

Year: 2020

Edition Size: 500

Condition: New in box, never displayed. Boxes may be opened for inspection.

Notes: Certificate of Authenticity included.

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About the WORK

Daniel Arsham recently unveiled his Porsche 930A Turbo collaboration, with the artist having completely overhauled a 1986 930 Turbo donor car to build a road-ready white sportscar that took two years to make with the German car manufacturer. This time around, the artist announces the release of a limited ERODED 911 TURBO sculptural edition. Inspired by the iconic 1986 911 Turbo (930), the collectible features an eroded version of the coveted Porsche vehicle and an extension of Arsham’s ongoing Future Relic series.Each edition measures 12.2 inches in length and weighs just under seven pounds. The ERODED 911 TURBO will arrive in an Arsham studio designed packaging with die-cut foam, sealing label and a pair of white art handling gloves. The edition is limited to 500 pieces and each piece includes an Arsham Editions holographic label verifying its edition number and authenticity.

About the Artist

Daniel Arsham (b. September 8, 1980) is an American artist and designer based in New York City. Arsham was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Miami, Florida. Arsham is known for his multidisciplinary works in sculpture, architecture, performance, and film. Often drawing inspiration from archaeology and the future, his works combine natural elements with man made, cultural artifacts. Some of Arsham’s best known works include his Future Relics series, where he imagines recognizable objects from the recent past, like a Polaroid camera or cassette player, being excavated in the future showing signs of decaying and crystallization. 

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