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Exhibition

Stories of imaginary feasts emerge from concentration camps

The exhibition ‘Evasion, Art Without Freedom’, which opens April 7th in Sète, presents an amazing collection of notebooks that were written by prisoners in Nazi concentration camps or Soviet and Chinese labour camps. In detailing imaginary feasts, they show how nourishment is more than just a matter of food. (Article in French)Read more →

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Exhibition

Why expose Monsanto?

The Rencontres d’Arles, an annual summer photography festival, is proposing an exhibition on Mathieu Asselin’s investigation aimed at exposing the misdeeds of Monsanto. (Article in French)Read more →

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Exhibition

Agnès Stienne: Geopolitics of the fields

Agnès Stienne is an artist, cartographer and author. You have until August 27th to discover her work of poetic maps related to food and agriculture at the Cité de la Mode et du Design, an exhibition that is part of the #Ensemble festival in Paris. (Article in French)Read more →

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Exhibition

In Bordeaux, history sets the table

On the menu, rat salmis and turtle soup

The third edition of the Bordeaux S.O Good festival opens tomorrow with a rich program of all sorts of events, including banquets and debates, but also a unique exhibition where “rat salmis” and “turtle soup” have been invited onto the menu. (Article in French)Read more →

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Exhibition

Milan Universal Expo

Feeding the Planet, Energy for Not Giving a Damn

We have yet to find a single poll, but we expect that many of you don’t even know that there is a Universal Expo in Milan. So, with the theme “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” in mind, we dare not imagine the look on the faces of those surveyed. (Article in French)Read more →

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Exhibition

When fabric grows in nature

Put on your dress of baobab, grab your bag made from lotus flower and don’t forget your little basket made of linen with its antiseptic and stimulating cover made from nettles. Fiction? No. They can be seen and touched in the Textifood exhibition at the French Institute in Milan. (Article in French)Read more →