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Apart of his ongoing project “Fictional Archaelogies” Daniel Arsham’s latest exhibition “Hourglass” at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art proves to be a bold monochromatic statement.


Influenced by Japanese culture a large scale Zen Garden has been created in a monochromatic blue tone, featuring a traditional pagoda, tatamimats and racked sand. Additionally an hourglass filled with casts and crushed blue crystals and a purple cavern made out of amethyst-cast sport equipment adorn the museum allowing viwers to submerse themselves in the work experiencing all elements and forms.

 “Hourglass” is now open until March 21. To view Daniel Arsham’s  work visit:

High Museum of Art
1280 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
United States

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