Daniel Arsham - Bronze Eroded Jupiter
Daniel Arsham - Bronze Eroded Jupiter
Daniel Arsham - Bronze Eroded Jupiter
Daniel Arsham - Bronze Eroded Jupiter
Daniel Arsham - Bronze Eroded Jupiter
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Daniel Arsham - Bronze Eroded Jupiter

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In celebration of Daniel Arsham's exhibition "Time Dilation", this previously sold-out edition is available for purchase in a limited quantity from Perrotin New York. 

Produced by Arsham Studio, 2020
30.5 x 20.3 x 16.5 cm | 12 x 8 x 6.5 in  
Cast bronze, hand-finished Tiffany Green patina
Includes: metallic foiled certificate (signed and numbered by the artist), embroidered Arsham Studio art handling gloves, custom wooden crate. 
Limited edition of 99

Bronze Eroded Jupiter ships free within the continental U.S., orders placed outside the U.S. will require an additional shipping fee by quote after purchase. 


About the edition:

Bronze Eroded Jupiter is a sculpture made of cast bronze which is hand-finished with a custom Tiffany Green patina. For his ‘Paris, 3020’ show at Perrotin Paris in 2020, the artist was granted access to use molds from the Réunion des Musées Nationaux, a 200-year-old French molding atelier that holds molds of masterpieces for several of Europe’s major encyclopedic museums, including the Musée du Louvre where the original “Jupiter of Versailles’ is part of the permanent collection.
Produced in a limited edition of 99, Bronze Eroded Jupiter comes encased in a custom Arsham Studio wooden crate. Each edition comes complete with a pair of embroidered Arsham Studio art handling gloves that should be worn at all times when handling the work, and a metallic foiled certificate which has been signed and hand numbered by the Artist.