Gallery: Sandy-Destroyed Persian Carpet Made of Real Sugar Gets Restore...

  • Photo: Taken by Guy L’Heureux during the “Tapis de sucre – 3″ exhibition by Aude Moreau at the Darling Foundry in 2008

    Considering that Hurricane Sandy ravaged entire neighborhoods, it’s no surprise that artist Aude Moreau’s giant carpet made of real sugar was washed away in the storm. But it looks like Brooklyn’s Smack Mellon Gallery, where the work was housed, will be getting some sweet revenge. Thanks to a donation of two tons of sugar by Domino Sugar, the Sugar Carpet has been restored to its delicate and delicious glory.

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  1. Keri-Anne Slate August 14, 2013 at 2:17 pm

    This is really sickening to be honest, especially to those who are still homeless and hungry thanks to Sandy. As much as I love the arts. This is a waste may ants enjoy this rug.

  2. Chad Mason February 7, 2013 at 9:18 am

    Sweet!