How does this food look with my art? (New York)
How does this art look with my food?
Baang + Burne Contemporary revives the much celebrated "Artist Dinner" series--an intimate evening of great art paired with magnificent food, catered by executive chef Patricia Clark, featuring exciting new works by some of the today's most provocative contemporary artists.
The evening is a perfect chance for you to enjoy great food and wine with a group of innovative artists and art lovers. Each dinner proposes the unique opportunity to pull back the curtains on what drives each artists and their genius. The excellent 4 course meal, inspired by the selection of artwork on view, will be shared in the company of other creatives, art lovers and foodies alike.
Baang + Burne Contemporary will recommence this monthly art feast on Thursday, March 22nd, featuring artwork by photographer Kris Graves. Graves' Icelandic landscapes comprise a vision that is simultaneously apocalyptic and hopeful. Graves will present a series of hauntingly sublime photographs that enable the viewer to reconsider their relationship to the earth. Also on view will be a selection of artworks from the gallery's "back room" and last but certainly not least, a collection of work from Kris Graves' "Secret archives".
Don't miss an adventure filled evening that is designed to delight, challenge, titillate and sate all desires.
Thursday March 22, 7:30PM
4 course: $45 (beverage, tax and tip not included)
Location: Protected content Avenue New York, NY Protected content
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Chef Patricia Clark has a classic French cooking degree from the Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts program and incorporates traditional cooking techniques with a fresh, modern and creative style. Her hands on experience includes four star restaurants in Italy and diverse event catering across the US, several major European cities, the French Indies, Mexico, and North Africa.
Kris Graves creates photographs that preserve memory. The stillness in his images calls attention to the inevitability of change and the passage of time. While each image is a record of a precise moment or state,Graves works to suspend and sustain that moment rather than capture or document it. Kris Graves received his BFA from SUNY Purchase in Protected content . His work has been exhibited at Farmani Gallery, Purchase College Artspace, Hous Projects in New York City and many others.