David Datuna would have done his performance even earlier at Art Basel in Miami, but says, "I was not too hungry."
A performance artist on Monday defended his banana-eating work over the weekend at Art Basel in Miami Beach, boasting he would have done it even earlier but "I was not too hungry."
A performance artist who ate a banana taped to a wall that was an artwork valued at $120,000 said his actions were not vandalism and he does not regret his snack at Art Basel in Miami Beach, Florida.
In plain sight of art aficionados and influencers, a performance artist removed a $120,000 banana from an Art Basel exhibition in Miami Beach on Saturday, peeled it and then ate it
ICYMI: The $150,000 banana duct-taped to the wall at Art Basel was eaten by New York-based performance artist, David Datuna. He said it was "art performance," calling it "Hungry Artist." More via @business :
Amid a crowd of stunned onlookers, a performance artist has taken a piece of art work — a banana duct-taped to a wall at the Art Basel Miami Beach — and eaten it
A rogue artist ate the $120,000 duct-taped banana at Art Basel. "It’s performance," he said.
Woman stabs woman in the neck at Art Basel; some initially thought it was performance art
When a woman was stabbed at Art Basel, witnesses thought it was "performance art."