Food

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Culture Digest

From rituals and identities to fun and humour, a show at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, traces the history and impact of food in photography

BY Kadish Morris | 22 OCT 19

Our lives – like menus – are an assortment of so-called ‘choices’

BY Lynne Tillman | 23 SEP 19
State of the Art

Food is personal, and so is this issue – the first of frieze to focus on food’s aesthetic, sensorial, political and environmental role in contemporary culture

BY Andrew Durbin | 23 AUG 19

From Louis XIV to #foodporn, feasting has always been for the eyes

BY Fanny Singer | 22 AUG 19

Jesse Connuck on works by Congolese Plantation Workers Art League & Renzo Martens, Torolab and Annalee Davis

BY Jesse Connuck | 22 AUG 19

A Series on the Senses: Smell

BY Madeleine Thien | 21 AUG 19

A Series on the Senses: Touch

BY Alexandra Kleeman | 21 AUG 19

A Series on the Senses: Sight

BY Chloe Aridjis | 21 AUG 19

A Series on the Senses: Hearing

BY Fernando A. Flores | 21 AUG 19

A Series on the Senses: Taste

BY Diana Hamilton | 21 AUG 19

Reckoning with the legacy of Jim Harrison, whose writing portrayed women like meals – meant to give pleasure and comfort, without having any hunger themselves

BY Julia Langbein | 18 AUG 19
Culture Digest

The Danish-Icelandic artist has created an environmentally-conscious menu for Tate Modern’s Terrace Bar

BY Figgy Guyver | 10 JUL 19
Culture Digest

The artist behind London’s current fourth plinth sculpture has published a cookbook for date syrup

BY Figgy Guyver | 04 JUL 19

Hear from expert insiders in the city’s cultural landscape, from art to entertainment

18 FEB 19
Fan Letter

Enemy Kitchen makes Iraqi culture visible in the US beyond war, producing an alternative discourse and social space.’

BY Michael Rakowitz | 12 FEB 19

The team leading the lauded restaurant Baroo share their story 

06 FEB 19
News

The 45-second commercial, instructing viewers to #EatLikeAndy, features vintage footage of the late pop artist

BY Frieze News Desk | 04 FEB 19

Ahead of bringing the Michelin-starred restaurant to Frieze London – the River Cafe co-founder discusses why artists make good cooks

02 OCT 18

From high-end kitchens to backyard pit smokers, the esteemed food writer found art and artistry in ‘the fault lines’ between communities

BY Jonathan Griffin | 26 JUL 18

The sunshine beckons to this much-loved landmark, but it’s not just the High Line itself that’s worthy of a visit

BY Alex Waxman | 30 APR 18