Ai Weiwei’s contribution from Portugal to the Mori Art Museum cookbook - a photograph of ingredients - was more a concept than a recipe, but his fellow artists were more concrete with theirs.
Ai Weiwei’s contribution from Portugal to the Mori Art Museum cookbook - a photograph of ingredients - was more a concept than a recipe, but his fellow artists were more concrete with theirs.
Ai Weiwei

What do artists cook in their kitchens? A museum stays relevant during Covid-19 by creating cookbook of recipes provided by Ai Weiwei and others

  • Pre-pandemic, eating with artists was one way Mami Kataoka, director of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo, got to know them beyond their work. Then the borders shut
  • Amid Covid-19 a digital programme was set up to connect artists and viewers – they contributed recipes that were compiled into Artists’ Cookbook Under Lockdown

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Ai Weiwei’s contribution from Portugal to the Mori Art Museum cookbook - a photograph of ingredients - was more a concept than a recipe, but his fellow artists were more concrete with theirs.
Ai Weiwei’s contribution from Portugal to the Mori Art Museum cookbook - a photograph of ingredients - was more a concept than a recipe, but his fellow artists were more concrete with theirs.
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