The New Museum has a new exhibit by José Antonio Hernández-Diez. There are fourteen installations shown, but Times food writer Amanda Hesser is intrigued by one in particular: "The Brotherhood" which has skateboards made out of pork rinds. Hernández-Diez explainsher that pork rinds are street food, the streets are the playground of skateboards. Also, Hernández-Diez and a chicharrón maker actually fried skateboard shaped rinds. Skateboard shaped rinds. That's some big pig.
Hernández-Diez will be speaking this Friday at 6:30PM at the New Museum.