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A.I.R. Gallery Community Cookbook

A.I.R. Gallery Community Cookbook

In 2014 I was selected as an A.I.R. Gallery Fellow. As part of the fellowship, I was asked to create a community project. At the time, I had just begun a new body of work about community cookbooks and their relationship to identity (still in progress), so I took the opportunity to create a community cookbook for the gallery. 

The resulting cookbook studies how the food we make and share with family, friends and our communities plays a large role in our identities.

Besides being a collection of recipes and tips that were contributed by members, staff, fellows and other artists affiliated with the Brooklyn-based gallery, the book also includes photographs exploring the identities of the artists who shared them. I photographed the artists in their studios, examining the links between creativity in the kitchen and in their art practice.

The cookbook is softcover, 8.5˝ x 11˝, with 152 pages, 82 recipes and 80 color photographs. 

The cookbook is available for purchase through Blurb for $40 by clicking on this link. In true community cookbook style, a portion of the sales will be donated directly back to A.I.R. Gallery’s Fellowship program.

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A.I.R. Gallery Community Cookbook

In 2014 I was selected as an A.I.R. Gallery Fellow. As part of the fellowship, I was asked to create a community project. At the time, I had just begun a new body of work about community cookbooks and their relationship to identity (still in progress), so I took the opportunity to create a community cookbook for the gallery. 

The resulting cookbook studies how the food we make and share with family, friends and our communities plays a large role in our identities.

Besides being a collection of recipes and tips that were contributed by members, staff, fellows and other artists affiliated with the Brooklyn-based gallery, the book also includes photographs exploring the identities of the artists who shared them. I photographed the artists in their studios, examining the links between creativity in the kitchen and in their art practice.

The cookbook is softcover, 8.5˝ x 11˝, with 152 pages, 82 recipes and 80 color photographs. 

The cookbook is available for purchase through Blurb for $40 by clicking on this link. In true community cookbook style, a portion of the sales will be donated directly back to A.I.R. Gallery’s Fellowship program.

A.I.R. Gallery Community Cookbook
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AIRCookbookSpread10.jpg
AIRCookbookSpread02.jpg
AIRCookbookSpread07.jpg
AIRCookbookSpread05.jpg
AIRCookbookSpread11.jpg
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AIRCookbookSpread06.jpg
AIRCookbookSpread08.jpg
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