«Savour: Food Culture in the Age of Enlightenment» at the Gardiner Museum Toronto

Gardiner Museum Toronto, Canada / 17.10.2019 – 19.1.2020



«Artischocken» / «Artichauts» / «Artichokes» von Madame Tricot. Foto: Daniel Ammann, 2019


Organized by the Gardiner Museum and curated by Meredith Chilton, C.M., Curator Emerita. Works of art and objects from major North American museums and private collections, as well as key pieces of contemporary ceramics and knitted art, will come together in a delectable feast for the senses designed by Opera Atelier’s Resident Set Designer, Gerard Gauci.

The exhibition is accompanied by a cookbook titled The King’s Peas: Delectable Recipes and their Stories from the Age of Enlightenment by Meredith Chilton, with contributions by Markus Bestig, Executive Chef, The York Club, Toronto.



«Languste» / «Écrevisse» / «Crayfish» von Madame Tricot. Foto: Daniel Ammann 2019
«Wurzelgemüse» / «Légume-racine» / «Root vegetables» von Madame Tricot. Foto: Daniel Ammann 2019
«Käse» / «Fromages» / «Cheeses» von Madame Tricot. Foto: Daniel Ammann 2019
«Spargeln» / «Asperges» / «Asparagus» von Madame Tricot. Foto: Daniel Ammann 2019


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