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Gala-Diner - Salvador Dalís surrealistisches Kochbuch


Salvador Dalís surrealistisches Kochbuch

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Dalí. Die Diners mit Gala

US$ 60
Verfügbarkeit: Auf Lager
  • “Salvador Dalí’s exotic and imaginative cookbook, filled with the stuff your dreams (or possibly your nightmares) are made of.”

    — Metro.com, London
  • „Üppig, bizarr, unvernünftig – eine kulinarische Höllenfahrt mit vielen Rezepten.“

    — Art, Hamburg
  • „Es ist ein Fest, allein die Fotos, vom Künstler in frivoler Üppigkeit inszeniert, zu betrachten… Ein irres 320-Seiten-Pamphlet gegen alle Genügsamkeit.“

    — Mare, Hamburg
  • “A surrealist, sensory treat.”

    — Metro, London
  • “Surrealist fans and kooky cooks will enjoy TASCHEN’s re-issue of Salvador Dalí’s 1973 cookbook, Les Dîners de Gala. Illustrated with Dalí’s bizarre, erotic work and dinner spreads shot in garish 1970s tones, this is a legitimate cookbook…”

    — theartnewspaper.com, London
  • “This is one for hedonists. It brims with Dali’s sumptuous, often phallic, illustrations and wry photographs of the mustachioed painter at his famous dinner parties… It’s unlike any other cookbook this year, or any other year, for that matter.”

    — The Times, London
  • “…a surrealist feast for the eyes, a kaleidoscope of weird, captivating, extraordinary, and mind-bending images, with recipes to match.”

    — The Boston Globe, Massachusetts
  • “Dali's surrealist cuisine was a bit like his surrealist art: The outlandish jokes and self-spoofing persona concealed tremendous technique.”

    — SAVEUR, New York
  • “It is a universal truth that great art, like great food, elevates everyday experience. But in 1973 Salvador Dalí went one step further with Les Dîners de Gala, which rocketed both disciplines at once into domestic dream realm… A cookbook like no other.”

    — British GQ, London
  • “A mammoth tome whose lustrous gold cover hints at decadence to come.”

    — Hyperallergic.com, New York

Charles de Cordier

Brand & Retail Manager, Brussels
„Schwelgerisch und üppig. Ein kulinarischer Reichtum, der uns in eine verlorene Ära zurückversetzt.“
Charles de Cordier
Illustration: Robert Nippoldt