As the world faced lockdown last year, baking and cooking clothed to be a collective expression of the community, giving hope and positivity during difficult times. Food is most certainly a mirrored image of culture, belief, or a specific way of life. on reflection, a platter of delicious food is often a canvas of social sculpture and a sworn statement of the ever-evolving relationship between humankind and food. In its quest to explore the varied intersections of Art within the world around us, the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA), with its latest series, delves into one among the essential aspects of life-Food. With its latest offering, the Art x Food, the series looks at how food has been timelessly represented in art forms. Chef Tejasvi Chandela takes on this food journey as a creative expression within the latest episode of the Art X Food Series.
The series Art X Food brings the social, cultural, and historical landscape of food on a canvas. Converging as an ingenious expression, food can tell us as far back because the Stone Age when paintings were made with oil, when Cezanne, Picasso, and Dali painted painting paintings of fruits & vegetables. move contemporary political commentaries; artists have used food to start out political conversations, especially feminist dialogues, as seen during a notable feminist art, “The Dinner Party”. Food has been wont to make economic and social statements altogether its might. The previous episodes of the ArtXFood series have featured various leaders from the food industry, including the food and beverage curator, Eeshan Kashyap, artist Sreejata Roy of the museum of food, Anumitra Ghosh Dastidar and Shalini Krishan of Edible Archives; former fashion director of Elle, Malini Banerjee and Manish Mehrotra of Indian Accent, to call a couple of.