Home / Uncategorized / elBulli: ferran adrià and the art of food – exhibition review

elBulli: ferran adrià and the art of food – exhibition review

Last Updated on July 7, 2013 by Leyla Kazim

a giant meringue bulli (French bulldog)
made for the final day restaurant celebrations

chef and Catalanborn Ferran Adrià is universally accepted as the
world’s greatest chef ever to have been. He has contributed to the art
of gastronomy, dining and haute cuisine the equivalent of what the
ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians have contributed to our daily
existence, put together. Elevating cooking beyond the familiar
boundaries and experiences of eating and the pleasure derived from it,
according to the frequent diner and late artist Richard Hamilton, Adrià
has in fact created an entirely new language of food, along with the
grammar and syntax to structure it. Eating his food, for Richard, was an
experience comparable to reading the works of Shakespeare

You can find my full review of the exhibition written for Your Local Guardian here:

Somerset House
Runs until 29 September 2013

£10 ticket (£8 concessions)

photographs of some of the 1846 dishes created at elBulli
Leyla Kazim
Leyla Kazim

Spending most of my time either eating or travelling. Constantly in awe of nature and on a mission to seek the joy in every moment. Please feel free to leave a comment below, I love hearing from you all!

Find me on: Web | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *