Event: The Art of Food

Since its debut a decade ago, The Art of Food exhibition at The Carnegie has continuously topped itself, evolving beyond visual art to wearable art and performance.

click to enlarge Tony Dotson’s “Beef” painting for his butcher shop gallery
Tony Dotson’s “Beef” painting for his butcher shop gallery

The “Mona Lisa” made of bread. A marshmallow dress toasted onsite. A gallery of glass toast. Since its debut a decade ago, The Art of Food exhibition at The Carnegie has continuously topped itself, evolving beyond visual art to wearable art and performance. But artist Pam Kravetz, who has organized an army of creatives for the opening since 2013, says this is the first year all the artists and chefs have aligned. The 10th-anniversary theme is Farm to Gallery, a twist on farm-to-table.


The Art of Food takes place 6-9 p.m. Wednesday ($100) and Friday (sold-out) at The Carnegie in Covington. More info: thecarnegie.com.


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