Rirkrit Tiravanija in the South China Morning Post
The artist speaks about one of the most divisive works in contemporary art ahead of its revival at our Hong Kong gallery
“It is not the rarefied air of an upmarket gallery that greets visitors...but the smell of fish sauce and frying oil. Here, artist Rirkrit Tiravanija is 'reactivating' a work he first dished up in 1990 while living in New York, untitled (pad thai), a performative piece that put the Argentinian-born Thai on the path to stardom.’’
Read more in the South China Morning Post.
A live activation of untitled 1990 (pad thai) will be presented on Sunday, May 23, from 12 PM to 3 PM at the gallery's Hong Kong location as part of The Real World. RSVP here.