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Gastronomy through the eyes of Picasso, Dalí and Miró

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As we have seen on numerous occasions, the gastronomy and art are two concepts that perfectly merge. If we reviewed recently the most beautiful restaurants in the world, Today we decided to focus on the work of the conceptual artist Hannah Rothstein, who has published a collection of tables showing the Thanksgiving dinner through the eyes of some of the best known painters universal.

Mondrian, Van Gogh, He looked, Picasso... How to prepare a dish for Thanksgiving if they had to present it as his pictorial style? The result is surprising, because the paintings perfectly capture the artistic essence of each artist.

Joan Miró
Joan Miró

Salvador DaliSalvador DaliGustav KlimtGustav KlimtJackson PollockJackson PollockPablo PicassoPablo PicassoVincent van GoghVincent van GoghAndy WarholAndy Warhol Jean-Michel BasquiatJean-Michel Basquiat Piet MondrianPiet Mondrian Julian SchnabelJulian SchnabelDamien HirstDamien Hirst

Christo and Jean-Claude Christo and Jean-Claude Kara Walker Kara Walker Georgia O'KeefeGeorgia O'KeefeMan Ray Man RayKeith HaringKeith HaringRené Magritte René MagritteMark Rothko Mark RothkoGeorges SeuratGeorges Seurat

Each dish or box Rothstein portrays perfectly the spirit of the artist. Some more than inspiring pieces maize, Turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce and stuffing.

The welcome that this collection of meta-works has been so good, the artist has created a second this year, focused on the same subject, but through the eyes of contemporary artists and perhaps less known.

If you want to know more about the work of Hannah Rothslein we invite you to visit your page:

www.hrothstein.com

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