In Hong Kong, Thai Art Gets Political

In Hong Kong, Thai Art Gets Political - NYT, September, 2010
...Visitors to the gallery are greeted by two gleaming butcher's knives mounted on wooden blocks, which were in fact sharpened on the spot by the artist, Charit Supaset, on opening night. The knives may well symbolize the sharp division between the rural and intellectual classes that has led to the recent protests...

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