The Series of Texture: Turning Food Into Modern Art

The Series of Texture: Turning Food Into Modern Art

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Ariel Knutson
Apr 9, 2014
(Image credit: Beth Galton)

Who knew that cold cuts could look so, well, Pollock-esque? Photographer and artist Beth Galton along with artistic partner Charlotte Omnès highlight the texture of ordinary food with a nod to modern art. I hope you're hungry for some Rothko.

Food as an artistic medium seems to be getting more and more popular, and Galton seems to always take things to a whole new level. You may remember Galton from her Cut Foods project, which also examined food and art in a totally unique way.

Here are a few more examples from The Series of Texture:

(Image credit: Beth Galton )
(Image credit: Beth Galton)
(Image credit: Beth Galton)
(Image credit: Beth Galton)

Read more → Inspired by Modern Art, Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnès Play With Their Food; First We Feast

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