From a soundscape of the changing sounds of the market to a communal lunch, Active Cultures will get you to reflect on this 100-year-old space.
Offal, a show named after innards, ought to have some messy moments and blunt edges, and it luckily does.
The Palestine Hosting Society project, founded and directed by Mirna Bamieh, usually begins with research into a city or family’s food practices and culminates in a hosted “table,” where this research is presented to a group of invited guests.
I’ve been using my car as my studio.
A normal artist would just take a picture of the cherry tree.
Dinara Kasko incorporates 3D modeling and printing technology into her quasi-Minimalist confectionary.
Limp slices of bread smeared with butter, a single sausage lounging in orange soup, a presentation of pork knuckles resembling discarded brains — this is far from the stuff you’d find on the menu of your local farm-to-table eatery filled with upcycled furniture.
This Thanksgiving, up your plating game and with some artist-inspired dishes courtesy of San Francisco-based artist Hannah Rothstein.
SAN FRANCISCO — PETA and animal lovers can relax: the meat within the metal isn’t real. The cans are (of course) part of an art installation.
ALBUQUERQUE — Last June, Catherine Harris and her family were at the tail end of a rocky 23-day working vacation in northern Denmark when a bee stung the older of her two children, a daughter who fell to her knees and began shaking her head in pain.
MINNEAPOLIS — I have to admit, I was a little wary of going to see an art exhibition that I presumed would consist of leftovers from a one-off, amazing, artist-led dinner, a show littered with lengthy documents about a great event I missed.
Food, broadly defined, is a necessary sustenance that may also incorporate artistic practice — cooking, cuisine, and presentation.