For his latest project, Daniel Arsham’s signature style of reimagined architecture plays out in a Japanese garden—made modern and pink. The Gallery at Cadillac House presents a public exhibition where visitors can take a break from the everyday and zen out amidst Arsham’s unique world. That world includes a nine-foot wide light orb in place of the moon, a lantern and fossilized tree in lieu of rocks, and a gradient pink atmosphere all throughout.
Arsham, famously colorblind, has managed to expand his spectrum of color through the use of special glasses. His multi-platform work of sound, sculpture, and scenography has attracted the likes of Pharrell Williams, adidas, Calvin Klein, and more.
The installation, named Lunar Garden, is presented by art-fashion publication and curatorial house Visionaire with Cadillac; in efforts to explore design beyond the automobile industry. Catch it today until November 5 at The Gallery at Cadillac House.
The exhibit is open to the public, free of charge. Opening hours are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; weekends from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
330 Hudson Street
New York, NY, 10013
- Words by: Anika Ventura