After teasing his upcoming exhibition "3018," scheduled to open on September 8 at Galerie Perrotin in New York, with an eroded DeLorean sculpture, Daniel Arsham has now unveiled another limited edition piece that fans can own: CRACKED BEAR.

This new sculpture follows his recent HOURGLASS and MOON FLAG pieces, and is not fully completed until the buyer breaks the plaster reinforcement layer on the sculpture to their desired effect using the industrial-strength gloves provided.

This means the sculpture, which is made with fabric, plaster, and pigment, will be unique to each buyer. Limited to 500 pieces authenticated by a holographic label bearing its edition number, the CRACKED BEAR is protected by bio-degradable loose-fill cushioning pieces in the packaging to ensure it remains unbroken until you've added your own spin.

The CRACKED BEAR is available from Arsham’s website on September 7 from 12 p.m. EDT. Click below.

In other art news, KAWS brought back the OG 'PASSING THROUGH' companion figure.

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