Photo London 2016 hosts a new installation that brings to life Martin Parr’s latest book, Real Food, published by Phaidon.
The Real Food Van is stationed on the River Terrace of Somerset House serving food inspired by Parr’s iconic photographs. Publishers Phaidon collaborates with The Art of Dining, a quirky gastronomic pop-up, to create a unique photo-culinary experience. Each dish looks, at first glance, like the food in one of Parr’s photographs, but looks may deceive, as The Art of Dining will ensure that they all taste absolutely delicious.
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