Daniel Arsham "My First Show in Japan, Year 2044" @ Nanzuka Gallery

Arsham’s “Future Relics” make their way to Tokyo.

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Daniel Arsham is back at it again with his first solo exhibition in Japan and second solo exhibition in Asia, following his showing in Hong Kong last fall. Dubbed “My First Show in Japan, Year 2044,” the display is highlighted by a bevy of the New York-based artist’s signature “Future Relics” as he transforms everyday contemporary objects into the unearthed ruins of the future. “My First Show in Japan, Year 2044” is open for viewing now at Tokyo’s Nanzuka Gallery until April 16.

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