Take Me (I’m Yours): Final Day Everything Must Go

Don’t miss your chance to touch and take home original works of art by more than 40 international and intergenerational artists — everything must go by the close of the exhibition! Marking the final day of Take Me (I’m Yours), visitors are invited to consume artist Daniel Spoerri’s Eat Art Happening, a skeleton made entirely of sugar paste. Spoerri’s sculpture offers a metaphor for life and death: the skeleton is an obvious symbol of death, but is made of sweet sugar and is edible, nurturing life. (This work is not kosher.)











When: Sun., February 5, 2017 at 11:00 am - 5:45 pm
Where: The Jewish Museum
1109 Fifth Ave.
212-423-3200
Price: Free with museum admission
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Don’t miss your chance to touch and take home original works of art by more than 40 international and intergenerational artists — everything must go by the close of the exhibition! Marking the final day of Take Me (I’m Yours), visitors are invited to consume artist Daniel Spoerri’s Eat Art Happening, a skeleton made entirely of sugar paste. Spoerri’s sculpture offers a metaphor for life and death: the skeleton is an obvious symbol of death, but is made of sweet sugar and is edible, nurturing life. (This work is not kosher.)

Buy tickets/get more info now