Daniel Arsham has done a lot of traveling this year. The acclaimed New York-based artist first launched his “Static Mythologies” exhibition in Amsterdam’s Galerie Ron Mandos where he unveiled new cast sculptures alongside a sizable ‘Lunar Garden’ installation. Shortly afterwards, Arsham opened the doors to Snark Park with the inaugural immersive presentation entitled ‘Lost and Found’ at the sleek new Hudson Yards retail space in New York. High-end design and music were also on his list of collaborations with the artist teaming up with RIMOWA on a suitcase relic and Nas for the iconic rapper’s most recent The Lost Tapes II album release. Of course, Arsham’s more unforgettable moment is his partnership with Kim Jones and Dior where he helped create the runway design for the brand’s Spring/Summer 2020 presentation during Paris Fashion Week alongside a limited edition clock sculpture. More recently, Arsham teamed up with acclaimed Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama to release a collaborative sculpture as part of an exhibition at NANZUKA’s new 2G Studio in Tokyo, Japan.