Bubble gum sculptures, mushroom streetwear, and a book about bananas! Plus: what to do with all those cherry tomatoes you can't stop buying.
A deep dive into Marsden Hartley's strangely charming portrait of "Mushrooms on a Blue Background," complete with a recipe for fall mushroom tartlets 🍄
Demetria Glace's droll collection of recipes culled from WikiLeaks, Sony, the Clinton campaign, and more
From Dalí to Koons (there's a blockbuster title for you): some of the best lobsters art history has to offer
A few little somethings to chew on, ranging from a soy sauce-producing art-machine to a documentary about competitive table-setting
Food-art gems at a fair with no actual food, plus highlights from sister fairs Felix and Spring/Break Art Show
Art historian and curator Katia Zavistovski on Vija Celmins' uncommonly good painting "Eggs," from 1964
Kicking off 2022 with a buffet of food-art tidbits it would be criminal not to share
Katie Butler's painting "Boys' Club" and a no-recipe recipe for an Oktoberfest picnic
Deeply moving weavings by Diedrick Brackens, plus quick bites to go, with everything from plastic Japanese food to an academic volume on experimental…
A giant ham guillotine, cricket snack bars, and poetry's most iconic stone fruit
Donut box portraits and an entire exhibition dedicated to contemporary food-art