Tammy Faye musical, Paul Newman's memoir, Daniel Arsham, Simon Armitage
Reviewers Karen Krizanovich and David Benedict give their verdicts on Tammy Faye, A New Musical at the Almeida Theatre in London, starring Katie Brayben, and from the combined creative forces of Elton John, Jake Shears, James Graham, and Rupert Goold. Plus they review Paul Newman, The Extraordinary Life Of An Ordinary Man - a memoir of the film star created from recently rediscovered transcripts of conversations Newman had in the 1980s.The Poet Laureate, Simon Armitage, reads his poem to mark 100 years of the BBC.And the American artist Daniel Arsham is known for sculptures which look like archaeological remains or as he describes them “future relics.” As an outdoor exhibition of his work opens at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Luke Jones finds out what inspires his work. Photo credit: Marc BrennerPresenter: Tom SutcliffeProducer: Emma Wallace
A trailblazer at the INTERSECTION OF THE WORLDS of art, fashion, sports, and music, to name a few - DANIEL ARSHAM makes moves that shake the very foundation, push the perceptions of, and bridge the gaps within pop culture. From growing up in MIAMI to the steady beat of THE NOTORIOUS B.I.G., in 1994 - the height of the hip hop moment, to later moving to New York City and launching a hyper successful art career, ARSHAM has premiered as many show openings as he has had creative titles. Being named the first ever creative director in the NBA for the Cleveland CAVALEIRS, Arsham’ core identity is unfazed by trends, but lives at the zeitgeist of THE NOW. He’s always working, but when he’s in his studio there’s never a moment without music. Reminiscing on being a kid enthralled by A TRIBE CALLED QUEST, his propensity for visual STIMULATION, ACUITY, and MEMORY runs deep. An artist through and through, he recalls unpeeling the plastic and revealing the handpainted green, black and red colors of MIDNIGHT MARAUDERS. ARMAN and ARSHAM spend the afternoon in LONDON, overlooking the city and diving into everything from the impact and INGENUITY VIRGIL ABLOH inspired in everyone around him, to ARSHAMS own future ambitions. This episode is not one to miss. www.areweonair.com/daniel-arsham www.instagram.com/areweonair/ www.instagram.com/armannafeei/
Today we have contemporary visual artist, Daniel Arsham, who works across art, architecture, and performance. His work has been shown in museums and institutions worldwide, including MoMA, and the New Museum among others. He has also collaborated with the likes of Adidas, Dior, Pharrell Williams and Pokémon. Arsham has developed a reputation of delivering extremely successful releases in the NFT space and is here to discuss his latest the Eroding and Reforming collection. Timestamp: 2:37 - Background in art and his collaboration process 8:08 - Viewing art as a business 12:29 - How Arsham came into the NFT space 20:19 - Managing community the right way 23:45- Details of Eroding and Reforming 24:03 - Explaining the concept 25:33 - Cityscape landscape 26:37 - The Jungle landscape 32:16 - How he meshes his interests in a tasteful way 34:31 - How Arsham deals with rejection and criticism 36:49 - Distribution of his NFTs 37:50 - Advice he wishes he received when he came into NFTs 45:40 - Arsham’s thoughts on Yuga’s acquisition of Crytopunks 48:34 - Art that stands out to Arsham 51:34 - Who Arsham wants to collaborate with in the future 52:37 - Arsham's favorite NFT
EP 259 - IF IT DOESN'T MAKE YOU ANGRY BEING THE UNDERDOG: Shining a Light on Daniel Arsham, Drake In The Hobby, Joc To SF, Having A Child & more
Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
His name is Ben Baller, not Ben Humble & he's here to discuss: Ryder finding his sport, shining a light on Daniel Arsham & hitting a party with friends in Beverly Hills, being an underdog, Baller Busters, Drake getting into The Hobby, Joc to The Giants, Seahawks Talk, having a 49er on the podcast, the experience of having a child, the video podcast plan, upcoming guests & more. This episode is not to be missed!Get BB Gear at www.BenBallerShop.comThis Episode is Brought To You By: www.NetSuite.com/Ballerwww.Shopify.com/BallerIf you are interested in MLB, NBA, NFL & UFC Picks daily, weekly or monthly subscribe at www.CaptainPicks.com & Follow @TheCaptainPicks on InstagramProduced by: DBPodcasts www.dbpodcasts.comFollow @dbpodcasts on Instagram & TwitterMusic by @lakeyinspiredAvailable on all Podcast Platforms, YouTube & BehindTheBallerPod.comBehind The Baller Theme Music Artist: Illegal Kartel (@illegal_kartel_mikal_shakur)Produced by: Gene Crenshaw@yuyuthemaker
Multidisciplinary artist Daniel Arsham discusses design, collaboration, collecting and the future of creation
Dior Common Thread
The Dior Common Thread podcast series represents a fascinating new avenue for exploring the collaborations initiated by Kim Jones since his arrival at Dior. Each episode will present a compelling encounter with one of the inspiring figures who have participated in his endlessly original reinventions. In conversation with Ed Tang, each recounts their unique experience and shares their singular vision, providing an immersive new window into the world of Dior men. Creative daring drives the House’s momentum today more than ever, and the Dior Common Thread podcast series explores the collaborations initiated by Kim Jones. For his Summer 2020 fashion show, the Artistic Director of the Dior men’s collections invited the artist Daniel Arsham to create scenography featuring fascinating and seemingly disintegrating monolithic sculptures spelling out the word "D.I.O.R". These were later also reproduced for sale in a scaled-down, limited-edition version. A true “archaeologist of the future”, the New York-based Arsham has built his work at the intersection of disciplines, initiating captivating dialogues between architecture and design, history and contemporary art. In this episode of Common Thread, Ed Tang talks to Arsham about working with Dior, his practice, his collaborations and the myriad aspects of his creative life. Daniel Arsham was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1980, and grew up in Miami, Florida. He won a scholarship to Cooper Union School of Art in New York and was awarded the Gelman Trust Fellowship in 2003. Straight out of art school, Arsham opened an exhibition space called The House in Miami, where he met the Parisian art dealer Emmanuel Perrotin, who has represented him ever since. Continuing this rapid trajectory, he was invited to collaborate with the legendary choreographer Merce Cunningham on stage designs in 2005 and has worked in this vein fairly continuously since. He founded the architecture collaboration Snarkitecture with Alex Mustonen in 2007, and in 2014 established a film company, Films for the Future. Arsham has worked with numerous fashion and design brands in multiple design and creative capacities, and his work has been exhibited at PS1 and The New Museum in New York, the Contemporary Art Museum Miami, the Athens Biennial, and the Carré d’Art de Nîmes in France, among many others. Today, Ed Tang and Daniel Arsham get right to the crux of his practice, talking in detail about the wide frames of reference and expansive source material in his worldview and creative output. As an artist who views all his multidisciplinary endeavors as part of his overarching framework of creation, he thinks laterally about the world we live in and the future of creativity, and how it relates to the future of our planet. An avid collector, a trait he shares with Kim Jones, he views his collecting as an extension of his continuous education and understanding of objects and form. Arsham talks about his ideas around evolution and how he maintained his practice and indeed his working rhythm during lockdown, producing work with his children, preserving his connection to his studio and the life within it. He also delves into the world of painting and his return to this fundamental medium which was his introduction to image making in his art school days. The installation of large-scale canvases has been an enormous challenge, even in this biggest gallery spaces, but it is a challenge which this ultimate Renaissance man cannot but overcome.
TCE: Founders Series - CXIP with Daniel Arsham and Jeff Gluck
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Daniel Arsham is a contemporary American visual artist who works across art, architecture, and performance. His work has been shown in museums and institutions worldwide, including MoMA PS1 and the New Museum, New York among others. Since 2013, Daniel has developed a highly successful edition practice with global reach, including collaborations with the likes of Adidas, Dior, Pharrell Williams and Pokémon. In 2021 he was appointed Chief Brand Officer, helping to craft a universal NFT minting solution that better protects creators and collectors. And will be releasing a new collection on Nifty Gateway, “Eroding and Reforming Digital Sculptures: Cars”. For more than a decade, Jeff Gluck has been at the forefront of contemporary IP law in the fields of art and fashion, helping artists, designers, and content creators protect their livelihoods without the excessive costs of antiquated law firms. Operating with a team of seasoned intellectual property litigators, he has recovered millions for infringement victims and has successfully resolved several landmark artists' rights cases. Now he is leading the team at CXIP to bring protection and verification to all artists in Web3.
designaholic ep:09 — Reloj IKEA Art Event 2021 por Daniel Arsham
A través de su Art Event Collection, IKEA lanzó objetos domésticos que rondan los límites entre el arte y el diseño, entre ellos un reloj de pared por el artista Daniel Arsham. Este objeto que el artista vendía en miles de dolares ahora tiene una versión accesible, dando mucho que discutir en el tema de las colaboraciones con marcas masivas como IKEA.http://designaholic.mx/episodios/reloj-ikea-art-event-2021-por-daniel-arshamNo te pierdas nuestros episodios, publicamos todos los Martes y Jueves a las 7pmSiguenos en: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/designaholic.mxFacebook https://www.facebook.com/designaholicmx/Twitter https://twitter.com/designaholicmx Suscríbete a nuestro newsletter semanal “Las 5 de la Semana” aquí: https://bit.ly/30yyPD0Nuestra página web es: http://designaholic.mxTambién te dejo mi cuenta personal donde además de publicar sobre mi estudio y los proyectos que hacemos, comparto mucho más sobre Arte, Arquitectura y Diseño. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/jd_etienneTwitter https://www.twitter.com/jd_etienne See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
K11 Konversations: Daniel Arsham - The Red Packet From the Future
On this episode host Jian DeLeon speaks with architect and artist Daniel Arsham. You might know him through his crystallized Pokémon sculptures commemorating the 25th anniversary of the franchise, his collaborations with Dior, Rimowa, and Uniqlo, or any of his Future Relics — eroded plaster sculptures that resemble everyday objects ravaged by the sands of time. Just in time for Lunar New Year, Arsham and Archive Editions partner with K11 MUSEA to take on one of the occasion’s most prominent artifacts: The Red Packet. Representing thousands of years of Asian history, the practice of giving out red packets dates back as early as the Han Dynasty, where coin-filled envelopes were thought to wards off evil spirits and bring good fortune. That makes it the ideal object for Arsham to put his stamp on. Let’s check in with Daniel Arsham in his Brooklyn, New York studio.
Daniel Arsham | Pushing the Boundaries Between Art, Architecture, and Performance
The Founder Hour
Daniel Arsham is a contemporary artist based in New York City whose work exists in between art, architecture, and performance. His company, Snarkitecture, has truly pushed the boundaries of what’s possible with architectural design, some of which include designing the stores for streetwear brand Kith.His past collaborations include Merce Cunningham, Pharrell Williams, and Adidas, and most recently, he was named Creative Director of the Cleveland Cavaliers.During our conversation, we did a deep dive into Daniel’s upbringing and how he became interested in the arts, how he’s been able to build such a long and successful career as an artist, his thoughts on talent vs. hard work, how he feels about education and design schools, what has made the biggest impact on his work, the things he still hopes to achieve in the future, and much more.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER & STAY UPDATED > http://bit.ly/tfh-newsletterFOLLOW TFH ON INSTAGRAM > http://www.instagram.com/thefounderhourFOLLOW TFH ON TWITTER > http://www.twitter.com/thefounderhourINTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR? EMAIL US > firstname.lastname@example.org