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Cookbook’19
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  Cookbook’19
Text by Nicolas Bourriaud and Andrea Petrini.

Graphic design: Marc Touitou.
published in March 2019
French edition
19 x 24,5 cm (softcover)
240 pages (color ill.)
€25.00
ISBN: 978-2-490123-05-6
EAN: 9782490123056
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The catalogue of the first exhibition of works by artists and chefs, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud and Andrea Petrini: assembling 25 chefs and 20 artists from around the world, Cookbook'19 explores through a large panorama the relationship between the future art of cooking and the edibleness of art.
Beyond the aesthetic biases, the expression of a personal vision and the work on matter, principles common to these two creative spheres, the exhibition hopes to show new relations between these two worlds, born of shared recent cultural revolutions - taking into account process and collaborations, the predominance of experimentation on the object ... If these spheres are both confronted with the globalization and standardization of their practices, their answer is a specific attention towards the local and the microcosm, singularities and network.
Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition at La Panacée – MoCo, Montpellier, from February 8 to May 12, 2019.

With chefs: Iñaki Aizpitarte, Maksut Aşkar, Danny Bowien, Manoella Buffara, Riccardo Camanini, Jeremy Chan, May Chow, Amanda Cohen, Mauro Colagreco, Thomas Frebel, Rodolfo Guzman, Healthy Boy Band, Esben Holmboe Bang, Jordan Kahn, Chiho Kanzaki, Antonia Klugmann, Alberto Landgraf, Richie Lin, Nadine Levy Redzepi, Virgilio Martinez, René Redzepi, Niko Romito, Ana Roš, Colombe St-Pierre, Gilles Stassart, and artists: Davide Balula, Dorian Bauer, Nicolas Boulard, Tiphaine Calmettes, Elise Carron, Cozinha Radicante avec Roberto Cabot (Rebecca Lockwood / Ynaïe Dawson / Rosa Branca), Nicolas Daubanes, Beth Galton, Tania Gheerbrant& Mahalia Köhnke-Jehl, Şakir Gökçebağ, Valentina Karga & Tessa Zettel, Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, Charlie Malgat, Fanny Maugey, Mathieu Mercier, Pôle-Fromage (Inès Day / Jeanson Péchin), Sean Raspet, Natsuko Uchino, Mélanie Villemot, Zoe Williams.