CAKE – NEW PUBLICATION

CAKE
The dessert culture between Arabic and Western traditions
 
CAKE will be presented May 31 at 10:00 am at the Caffè Quadri, Piazza San Marco – VENICE (55. Biennal of Venice) and on 10 June in Rome at 6:30 pm at Doozo, Via Palermo 51/53 – Rome (closing event of the III edition of Cerealia)
 
Curated by Manuela De Leonardis
promoters Marimo – brandlife designers and M.Th.I. Music Theatre International 
cm 16,5×23, 144 pages, b/n and color, paperback with stitched binding, € 20,00 (deluxe € 40,00)
Italian/English
ISBN 978-88-98391-08-0
Postcart / May 2013
 
Cake is a book of art and cooking that contains a dialogue between recipes and the works of nineteen international artists – Hassan Al-Meer, Paolo Angelosanto, Yto Barrada, Beatrice Catanzaro, Maimuna Feroze-Nana, Parastou Forouhar, Maïmouna Patrizia Guerresi, Susan Harbage Page, Reiko Hiramatsu, Uttam Kumar Karmaker, Silvia Levenson, Loredana Longo, MAD_Angela Ferrara e Dino Lorusso, Şükran Moral, Ketna Patel, Pushpamala N, Anton Roca, Jack Sal, Larissa Sansour – who have interpreted its content. 
A voyage through knowledge; contaminating languages that are characterized by flavours, colors, and various aromas.
 
Cake is a non-profit project in support of BAIT AL KARAMA. All the artists, authors of texts, graphic design, sponsors and media partners have donated their efforts to the project with the aim to support the cooperative of Bait al Karama. The Nablus Palestinian women who have given birth to the first Palestinian Cooking School (Palestinian Slow Food Convivium in Palestine) along with Fatima Khaddoumi, Cristina Bottigella and Beatrice Catanzaro.
 
 
You can preorder a copy of the book by writing to info@postcart.com

 

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