New York-based artist Daniel Arsham is making his rounds across the globe, opening exhibitions on several continents. Last time we heard from him, he was in London at the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, opening his first solo show in the city. He also recently announced plans to present a multidisciplinary art and dance performance during Art Basel Miami Beach, in conjunction with Jonah Bokaer.

Now, Arsham takes his first solo show in China to the Galerie Perrotin in Hong Kong. Entitled "#FUTUREARCHIVE," the show collects a few of Arsham's recent motifs in the form of sculptures of broken glass, his textile-shrouded figures, dand his trademark melting sculpturural work. The exhibition opens tonight, Wednesday November 20. Check out a few preview images of the show above.

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