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Part 1 of our tour of the Arts & Foods. Rituals since 1851 at the Palazzo di Triennale is here.

ARTS&FOODS CONTINUA

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According to the Catalog, the show “… allows us to take a unique and unrepeatable journey through the artistic languages that have characterized the relationship between arts and foods since 1851 – the year of the first Expo, to the present day.”

This section of the exhibition was eye-catching for the pastel colors of the walls.

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This is the 60’s – 70’s.

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Probably one of the first things people will think of when ask about arts and foods – Andy Warhol’s soup cans

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Mel Ramos – the lost painting of 1965, 2012

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More food posters – all by Amando Testa – mostly from the 60’s

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Coca-cola retail designs

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In the golden age of glamorous, international commercial flights (think BOAC and PanAm) these plastic utensils was cool …

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Maison Bulle

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We could not find description of the next few items in the Catalog.

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This unit could have been in the house of M. and Mme. Arpel in the comedy Mon Oncle (1959 Academy Award winner) which chronicled a Monsieur Hulot’s struggle against postwar French modernism.

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… yes, they are Panton chairs in this 70’s dining room set

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Dress with steak, chicken feet and drumstick prints.

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Moschino-branded McDonald’s matching set.

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More photos in part 3 and part 4 to come.

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One Comment

  1. Very nice exhibits.


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