Daniel Arsham's “Moving Architecture” Exhibition

Daniel Arsham stages first russian solo “Moving Architecture” exhibition.

New York-based sculptor Daniel Arsham has staged his first solo exhibition in Russia’s Pavilion No. 67 “Karelia” as part of Moscow’s seventh International Biennale of Contemporary Art. Featuring nine exclusive site-specific projects that focuses exclusively on architecture, Arsham’s “Moving Architecture” exhibition displays a "complex scenography for the walls of the pavilion by adding rough drapery on smooth surfaces". At the entrance, guests are welcomed by a voluminous amount of text which protrudes from the wall then a pavilion to examine Arsham’s work one by one.

Arsham’s “Moving Architecture” will remain on view until January 9, 2018.


“Moving Architecture” by Daniel Arsham
119, Prospect Mira
Moscow, Russia


Photo Credit: Galerie Perrotin