The Telegraph

When food meets art

“Food history has made for a compelling subject of studies for enthusiasts around the world. From studying the negative attack on a minority community and its obliteration by superior forces beginning with an attack on food to the evolution of parts of society through the evolution of food — it is a fascinating topic that scores high on relatability. Looking back at the global crisis induced by the pandemic, historians will one day study the relationship thus formed between human beings and food. While Dalgona coffee and a nuanced interest in the art of cooking will form a strong case for their studies, Museum of Art & Photography (MAP) decided to add a few pages to the annals of history by curating an exhibition tracing the relationship between food and art.”

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