Cadillac House Features Artist Daniel Arsham

Cadillac, in partnership with the art/fashion publication and curatorial house Visionaire, today announced the opening of artist Daniel Arsham’s famed “Lunar Garden” installation taking residence within The Gallery at Cadillac House, the brand’s multi-platform venue.

The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, will run from Sept. 5 to Nov. 5 inside The Gallery at Cadillac House located at 330 Hudson St.

The exhibit is the latest in a series of visually stunning and engaging artist works that Visionaire has curated in partnership with Cadillac. Since opening Cadillac House more than a year ago, both Visionaire and Cadillac have combined to develop a diverse run of cultural activities that push boundaries and bring to life new experiences for New York residents. With Cadillac’s effort to harness its passion points and reach new audiences in unexpected ways, along with Visionaire’s mission to showcase the most enthralling creative minds within contemporary culture, Cadillac House has since become a hub for those that wish to find the most compelling work from the leadding edge of the art and design worlds. 

For the latest exhibit, Arsham has combined sculpture, sound and an immersive environment that offers visitors a re-interpretation of a traditional Japanese rock garden with a unique colored gradient. At one end of the space is a 9-foot diameter light orb which resembles the moon. The design in the sand garden is further enhanced by the single light source. In Arsham’s version of the traditional garden, rocks have been replaced by a petrified tree and lantern. Arsham’s use of gradient pink is a significant departure from his earlier work, which relies on a palette of black, white and gray tones.
Arsham is color blind but has recently been able to see a broader, more vibrant spectrum of color by using special glasses. This vibrancy has translated into his work and marks an important new visual language in this exhibition.  

The Gallery at Cadillac House is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.