AboutThe Artist Dining Room supper club at Guest Projects opens a space where creative minds can engage with the ideas of a well known artist through food. Chef Matthew Phelps of Funthyme Dining & Events will create a tailor made menu exploring the fundamental, social and intellectual content of the artists work, through the meal.
On this First Thursday, the second instalment of The Artist Dining Room will explore the life and works of unihibited artist and sculptor Louise Bourgeois, through dining, discussion and visual installations, with a knowledgeable special guest host for the occasion.
Artist and sculptor Louise Bourgeois is recognised for her provocative and inventive contributions to Modern and Contemporary Art. Transforming her emotional vision of the human form into macrocosms of the body, her work is often penetrable, inviting exploration through all the senses. As one of the most important female artist of our times, Bourgeois is best known for her large scale sculpture Maman (1999), embracing her reoccurring themes of the artist's childhood and family life.
Brown butter poached salsify wrapped in kataifi pastry and deep-fried. Served with wild garlic aioli and truffle powder
'Destruction Of The Father A Castrated Cock'
Roast capon, served whole at the table with potato, fennel and herb salad
Vegetarian Main- Caramelised onion, tellegio and thyme tart to accompany the potato salad main course
Chocolate profiteroles, glazed banana and butterscotch sauce
Book Online at - http://guestprojects.com/artist-dining/louise-bourgeois/
- Last bookings close on Monday 1st April 2013, 4pm.
* Student Discount: %15 off standard tickets. Early-bird tickets do not apply. Student ID must be shown at door to confirm concession ticket.
- For more details and to confirm your reservation (including any dietary requirements), please email email@example.com . Seats are limited. BYOB
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