In 2004 Parkett magazine wrote an extensive essay about my work and invited me to create an edition. I would not say that I was an inexperienced artist, but I did not think about maintaining the perfect condition of this art piece and its future by creating Lemon Pig. To use glue for any art sculpture is already the wrong way to go. Nevertheless, the Lemon Pigs looked very good, and I was happy with the edition. The problems started when Parkett tried to ship them to the collectors. For that reason, I draw a manual who to handle future issues with the Lemon Pigs.

Before I shipped them to Europe, I presented them as an installation called Unstable Lemon Pigs at Metro Pictures in New York.

Click here to see Lemon Pig on Parkett’s page. 

"Lemon Pig", 2004 (for Parkett 71) Styrofoam, ca. 9 7/8 x 9 x 12 1/8” (25 x 23 x 31 cm), Ed. 60/XX, signed and numbered
A Group of Unstable Lemon Pigs, 2005, Fake fruits, ladder, plank of wood, 2 Ed. : 600 x 600 cm (236 x 236 in.)
manual how to solve future problems