Daniel Arsham is currently gearing up to launch his “Turning Wrenches” exhibition at Library Street Collective. The forthcoming presentation will highlight the New York-based artist’s full-size replica of his restored 1986 Porsche 911 Turbo alongside automobile artifacts that pays homage to Detroit’s rich automotive history.
The artist continues to flaunt his passion for cars in a new sculpture edition called ERODED DELOREAN. Inspired by the iconic film trilogy, Back to the Future, the edition features a cast object of the vintage vehicle with decayed detailing across its exterior and interior portions. The most notable attribute of the piece is the unmissable gull-wing doors that can lift upwards per the user’s desire.
Each sculpture measures 31 centimeters in length and weighs 2.8 kilograms. The edition is also housed with die-cut foam, sealing label and a pair of white art handling gloves. Only 500 pieces were made for this offering that is set to launch on June 18 at 12 p.m. ET on Daniel Arsham’s website.