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Mina Stone: Cooking for Artists

Writer
Mina Stone
Date
2015
Publisher
Kiito-San
Format
Monographs
ISBN
9780984721078
Size
31.1 × 24.8 cm
Length
226 pp
Genre
Cooking
Description

Chef Mina Stone has been cooking delicious lunches at Urs Fischer’s Brooklyn-based art studio for the past five years and producing private gallery dinners in the New York art world since 2006. Cooking for Artists presents more than 70 of Stone’s family-style recipes inspired by her Greek heritage and her love of simple, fresh, seasonal food. The book is designed by Fischer and includes drawings by Hope Atherton, Darren Bader, Matthew Barney, Alex Eagleton, Urs Fischer, Cassandra MacLeod, Elizabeth Peyton, Rob Pruitt, Peter Regli, Josh Smith, Spencer Sweeney and Philippos Theodorides—all members of the community of artists that delights in Stone’s cooking.

Hardcover, colour.

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