Art exhibition made with the leftovers of a two Michelin star restaurant
An artist, Hadzi Vasileva, has prepared an art exhibition, made with the leftovers of a restaurant with two Michelin stars. It was in London, where, after spending eight months in the restaurant's kitchen Pied à Terre he was collecting leftovers, to make pictures and sculptures with them.
Thus he has used animal bones, crustacean claws, fish bones or scallop shells, which he has cleaned and transformed into the various artistic elements. The exhibition is named The wish of the witness, and is exhibited in the restaurant itself.
The artist's creations are available to the public, as they can also be purchased by visitors who wish to do so. This exhibition is part of a current of artists residing in restaurants, which takes place in the United Kingdom and the selection of works for the next edition has already begun.
The Pied à Terre restaurant has two Michelin stars and has been in business for almost 20 years. Your chef, Marcus Eaves, stands out for the fantastic visual aspect of its presentations, which has motivated this encounter between art and gastronomy.
As a sample, the composition of the image is made with rabbit jaws. Undoubtedly, this art exhibition, made with the leftovers of a restaurant with two Michelin stars, will arouse controversy, although there is no doubt that recycling is also possible in this sense.
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