In the preface to the catalog of the exhibition “Le Festin de l’art” of which he was curator in 2014 in Dinard, Jean-Jacques Aillagon writes: “Le Festin de l’art highlights the persistent interest, sometimes faithful to previous traditions, sometimes innovative, of contemporary creation for food, dishes, table and cooking”. To echo this fascinating exhibition, we have selected some images in our drawers retracing in their own way certain moments in the history of photography. There is Anna and Bernhard Blume‘s philosophical Cuisine en Folie; the peelings, traces of domestic tasks, left behind on Aude Lavenant‘s newspapers; the action of Dieter...
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