TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food

TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food

Curated by Juli Capella, this exhibition sets out to show how design and food have always been interrelated and how the discipline of design has sought solutions to the problems posed by the world of cuisine.

TAPAS. Spanish Design for Food takes a look at how Spanish culture has come up with ingenious inventions and solutions in this respect throughout its history, playing a prominent role at all times. This association, in addition to bearing fruit from a functional viewpoint, has been equally productive in the world of art, which has drawn inspiration from food to create interesting pieces that range from artistic installations to anthropological discourse.

What is the role design has played in relation to food and cuisine in Spain? The exhibition Tapas. Spanish Design for Food, organized by Acción Cultural Española (AC/E), shows through two hundred or so design objects divided into four sections—Kitchen, Table, Food, and Wine—how design, tradition, cuisine, science, the latest trends, art, and innovation have contributed to establishing food habits.

Spain brings together design, creativity and cuisine as characteristic values. In both raw materials and their preparation, in the theoretical field and in inspired designs, Spain’s food culture crosses boundaries and competes at the highest level worldwide.

Spanish designers, chefs, companies and institutions contribute daily to shaping this culture, which unarguably constitutes a highly valuable intangible asset.

Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday, 11 am to 7 pm; Saturday, noon to 7 pm; and by appointment at 305-606-7295.

  • Design
  • Miami
  • Sat, November 09 —
    Sun, December 15, 2013

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The Moore Building, 4040 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137
305-606-7295

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Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)

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Organized by Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) in collaboration with The Embassy of Spain in Washington, D.C., CCEMiami (Centro Cultural Español Miami), Spain-Florida Foundation and SPAIN arts & culture.

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