Friday Links--June 20th

Delve Food + Art is underway, and we are busily collecting and sharing information, articles and images of all things food + art. Here are some things of note from this week:

CLAES OLDENBURG Popsicle, Hamburger, Price, 1961-1962 canvas stuffed with kapok, painted with enamel, as seen on our Pinterest board.

CLAES OLDENBURG Popsicle, Hamburger, Price, 1961-1962 canvas stuffed with kapok, painted with enamel, as seen on our Pinterest board.

OfficeUS is underway at the Venice Architecture Bienale. They are looking for your help:

Working on BEST PRACTICES at OfficeUS!!!!
Send us images of menus/canteens/coffee corners/kitchenettes/eating (mis)habits/baking lessons/lunch breaks/leftovers of take-aways/… in your architecture office.
partners @ officeus . org

Here's a great interview with Nick Jirasek, food artist and founder of underground food entity Guerrilla Smiles via Bad at Sports.

Embracing limitations to spur creativity. Instead of being stuck, follow some new rules for a while... Here's how.

A new documentary follows 3 generations of a family as they harvest precious salt crystals in India: 'My Name Is Salt.' via NPR.

Just the Two of Us by Katharina Grosse, photo courtesy of hyperallergic

Just the Two of Us by Katharina Grosse, photo courtesy of hyperallergic

Sara's Links

I'm planning to take a stroll to downtown Brooklyn this weekend to see Katharina Grosse's Just the Two of Us installation at Metrotech. via Hyperallergic.

This coconut limeade is going to become my summer drink of choice. (after iced coffee, of course). via Smitten Kitchen.

I'm sad that we're losing our neighbor, the Kentile Floors sign, but relieved that there are efforts being made to reinstall it elsewhere. via NY Times.

 

Andrea's Links

We are really excited to see our friends, Yellowbirds, play with War Paint next Thursday in Prospect Park. It's going to be amazing. Find us there on June 26th and watch the video above. via Bric Arts Media.

I am finally going to go and see Kara Walker's A Subtlety at the Domino Sugar Factory this weekend. I wonder how different it will be in real life in comparison to my Instagram feed? Don't tell me! 

I am also pretty excited to take a fun workshop at the Makeshift Society Brooklyn next week. 

 

 

 

 

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