Tuesday, July 31, 2012

High-Brow, Low-Fat Art (Except Maybe the Rats)

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2. Laura Ginn’s rat dinner at Allegra LaViola

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  • Evan Sung for The New York Times

The most recent addition to this century’s food and art collaborations, artist Laura Ginn served up broiled, smoked, and grilled rat meat—a delicacy usually reserved for the sewers—at Allegra LaViola, an art gallery on the Lower East Side. Ginn wore a gown adorned with the pelts of 300 rat furs for the dinner.

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