(French) Située à l’entrée de la Cité de la Mode et du Design, dans l’Atrium et la Galerie d’actualité, l’installation Surfaces Comestibles est une champignonnière imaginée par le designer Germain Bourré (Germ Studio) et la directrice artistique culinaire Lina Tornare (Les Comestibles).
Food deserves a place, an agora, a forum, a crossroads, in short an unavoidable passage where you will want to wander, stroll, sit, speak, meet your neighbor, experiment, and of course, cook and eat. It can be found this summer at the Cité de la Mode et du Design. (Article in French)
At first, the name of this new gathering at the Cité de la Mode et du Design in Paris may seem strange. Because at its foundation, the world festival obviously implies there will be at least a few collective activities. But to question what its means to be #ensemble through food and shared cultures brings it to a whole new level. (Article in French)
The British website The Food People unveiled its forecasts for the ‘hottest’ food trends in 2016. Designed in the form of visual diagrams, you can find on it the ten major ways of thinking, the map of influential cuisines, the markers of flavor… (Article in French)
The mayor of Paris hopes to organize a ‘gastronomic street food festival’, with food trucks, street stands, food bikes, etc… on the banks of the Seine next year. (Article in French)
Dinners on the roofs of Paris, lessons on “working-class cuisines”… starting with Fooding then Tous au Restaurant, up to the Fête de la Gastronomie, fall’s culinary return for the month of September is full of events. (Article in French)
Sales from the auction of some 3,000 items from the celebrated restaurant La Tour d’Argent, which included such items as silver goblets and a “duck press”, reached more than 720,000 euros, largely surpassing the Parisian restaurant’s expectations. (Article in French)
Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, two socially and environmentally engaged artists, paint a critical portrait of the impact of human activities on the land and its landscapes. Check it out at the Catherine Edelman Gallery – Chicago, March 11th to April 30th. (Article in French)
Rémy Boiré and Margot Reverdy, two young illustrators from Grenoble at the audacious studio of Swindler and Swindler, decided to treat us for all of 2016 with this calendar of fruits and vegetables.
The Poverty Line, a project by Stephen Chow, explores a simple question: what does it mean to be poor in different countries? You can check it out during Nuits Photographiques 2015. (Article in French)