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EXIT #66 - Buy, Cook, Eat

Producciones de Arte y Pensamiento, S.L.

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EditorialProducciones de Arte y Pensamiento, S.L.
YearMay / 2017
LanguageSpanish / English
PagesFrom 160 to 200


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EXIT #66 - Buy, Cook, Eat

Food is a permanent presence in the history of art. In current photography its representation changes of sense: from the passage of time to the social and cultural level. Photography today shows everything that surrounds food and makes it a social portrait of who we are. From the raw material, its handling, packaging, markets, stores and supermarkets, until the leftovers arrive in the trash, we review the entire food process. The purchase first; then the kitchen: the transformation of food, its preparation and the ritual of a good table; and all the necessary instruments. The act of eating, between the public and the private, between obscene and religious, this primary need becomes a social act. Finally, the leftovers, all the excess of a society whose waste could feed half of the population that starves.

EditorialThis is not a still life, Rosa Olivares.

TextosPhilosophers at the Dinner Table, Carolyn Korsmeyer. Interview with Martin Parr. Food as subgenre, Rosa Olivares. ­A Short History of the image of food, Toya Legido.

Artists: Wolfgang Tillmans, Martha Rosler, Greta Alfaro, Hannah Collins, John Divola, Laurie Frankel, William Eggleston, Stephen Shore, Larry Sultan, Jim Dow, Véronique Ellena, Jonás Bel + Rafael Trapiello, Anna Fox, Jan Groover, Juanjo Fernández, Laura Letinsky, Vadim Gushchin, Henry Hargreaves, Concha Prada, Martin Parr, Sascha Richter, Sakiko Ohno, Guillermo Srodek-Hart, Richard Mozska, Priscilla Monge, Jackson Hindley, Bernard Faucon, David Goldblatt, Jo Spence, Cindy Sherman, Amélie Lombard, Katie Swietlik, Krista van der Niet, Xavier Ribas, Takashi Yasumura, Viviane Sassen, Marie Cécile Thijs, Tessa Traeger y Henk Wildschut.