Art history as a topping / Marie Sophie Hingst

Art history as a topping / Marie Sophie Hingst

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You do not play with food!

Never before have so many people put so much effort into filling their bread: with a full fridge, virtuoso knife strokes and a large pinch of humor, numerous bread artists dared to work on the well-known masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Frida, at the breakfast table or at dinner Kahlo or Joseph Beuys. Sometimes astonishingly close to the original, like Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring" made of meat sausage and pear on wholemeal bread, sometimes with a little more artistic freedom, like the paper-wrapped loaf of bread based on the packaging artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude.
The range of different materials and techniques used in the creative breads with jam, cheese sandwiches and sliced ​​sausages is just as multifaceted as the works of art themselves. Rarely has art history been so happily devoured.

- Light fare: The bread art volume on the Twitter trend #ArtHistoryAsBread
- »There are funnier topics than art history. And there are funnier things than toppings. But there are few things quite as fun as the combination of the two.« NOW
- "A toast to art" SPIEGEL ONLINE

112 pages, 100 color illustrations


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