Bad Art presents Let Them Eat Fake opening this week at the Bomb Factory. An exhibition, a banquet of inedible… Read More
‘Food is Art / Art is Food’ is the latest exhibition at the Glen Arbor Arts Center. Set to run… Read More
Christopher Green is an artist based in Cornwall. He works with painting, books, and installations, conversing with domestic objects in creative ways.
Today’s guest is Silvia Mariotti, Italian artist working with photography, sculpture, and video. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mariotti researches the habitat surrounding us, identifying the linkages between artificial and natural.
Liv Schulman (b. 1985, Buenos Aires, Argentina), is a multidisciplinary artist, working between video and performance art. She is the winner of the 20th Prize Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, awarded on the occasion of the exhibition The Twentieth Fondation d’entreprise Ricard Prize, curated by Neïl Beloufa in September 2018. She currently lives and works in Paris,
Today we hear from Tereza Cervenova, Slovakia-born photographer, now living and working in London (UK). She received her BA in Photography from Middlesex University in 2014 and her MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London in 2018.
On the occasion of Anna Fox’s participation in the specially curated online exhibition In Sickness and in Health: Heather Agyepong, Anna Fox and Jo Spence (James Hyman Gallery), I managed to sit down with Anna Fix and ask her some questions.
This week I interview Daina Taimina, a Latvian mathematician, math historian, and artist. Born in Riga, Taimina is currently an Associate Professor at Cornell University in the US, where she uses crocheted models to teach hyperbolic geometry
Today we hear from Sara Piccinini, the senior coordinator of Collezione Maramotti. She reflects on the present (and future) of the Collection amidst these particular times, as well as talking about all the different projects the public collection has put in place to support its artists.
This week’s guest from isolation is Nora Silva. She is a London-based multidisciplinary artist, cook and singer born in Madrid (Spain). Silva graduated from the Royal College of Art, and she has since performed at Tate Exchange, the Design Museum and the Camden Arts Centre in London.
Politics of Food— Delfina Foundation’s eclectic collection of provocations, propositions, ideas and recipes
Delfina Foundation recently launched its new publication Politics of Food, which gathers together research dating back to the origins of the foundation itself.
Interview with Jeschkelanger & Hayk Seirig for Empty_Glass 05— a work of art for A Plus A gallery co-created by the artistic duo, the chef, and the public
The artistic duo Jeschkelanger collaborated with chef Hayk Seirig to present Empty_Glass 05. This immersive and overwhelming symposium resulted in an artwork exhibited at A Plus A gallery in Venice for the exhibition Anecdotes on Origin.
Ex-Delfina Resident Asunción Molinos Gordo explores the inequalities inherent in the global food system in her first UK solo exhibition Accumulation by Dispossession. Curated by Dani Burrows.
How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? Find out at AMP gallery as it becomes an artist-led cafe
How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? AMP gallery have turned into an artist-run-cafe to investigate. 12 artists will deliver holistic edible experiences, designing everything from furniture to butter.
From next week, I will start a new column for FAD exploring the shared space between food and art. This article is an introduction to this research. Called FOOD ART, it will explore the intersections, collaborations, and engagements between the two cultural spheres.