Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Morgan Marquis-Boire

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Danielle Sublett

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed
Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Morgan Marquis-Boire

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Danielle Sublett

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Neil Girling

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

Photo by Brianne Murphy

Fauxberge Revealed

2014

Guerilla Performance/Exhibition

Inspired by the Imperial eggs of Faberge, those charmingly vacuous objects d’art branded with a name that personifies elegance, excess, luxury, and their negation; the beauty of the object irretrievably mired in the fate of their owners. It turns out that eggs, like tsars, don't do well up against a wall.

Taking place in Fruitvale, Oakland, Fauxberge Revealed entailed exhibiting the eggs in empty lots, followed by a procession to bring them to the train tracks for their ritual destruction against a graffitied wall.

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