Twenty-two delicious dishes from the book “Kaiseki Recipes” (or Japanese haute cuisine) are photographed step by step and clearly described. Both the beginner and the seasoned cook will find something to their liking in these gems of Japanese cooking.
James Ensor – Leven & Werk, Vie & oeuvre, Life & Work, Leben & Werke
Aan de hand van een inleidende tekst over leven en werk van de kunstenaar en een selectie van 50 representatieve werken, alle op groot formaat en in kleur gereproduceerd en van een kunsthistorische commentaar voorzien, schetst conservator Norbert Hostyn (MSK Oostende) een boeiend en volledig beeld van de denk- en leefwereld van de nu eens bejubelde, dan weer verguisde James Ensor (1860-1949). Het verhaal van een ophefmakende, controversiële artiest die aanvankelijk school maakt, maar later uitgroeit tot een excentriekeling met vooral veel zin voor pose en ‘commerce’.
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Japanese floral artist Hiroto Inoue, whose delightful charm and witty nature earned him the nicknamed ‘Funny’ in the floral design universe, excels in creating intricate geometric designs and compositions that often seem to defy gravity. His floral creations pair an incredible sensitivity with impeccable technique and testify of his boundless love of nature as well as his inner gentleness. Hiroto Inoue constructs solid and firm backdrops for his flowers with the thinnest and humblest of materials: slender blades of grasses, orchid roots, slivers of bamboo, strips of wood veneer and especially paper. These fascinating, carefully constructed backgrounds are adorned with few or just one single flower. It results in innovative designs that perfectly balance manmade and natural materials, structure and spontaneity.
33 x 24,5 cm
96 p, hard cover
Bilingual edition: Japanese / English
In this unique edition, Akira Oshima tells the story of the one and only Japanese kaiseki kitchen, richly illustrated and of course with dozens of delicious dishes. Kaiseki, authentic Japanese cuisine has become, thanks to the magnificent contributions of specialists Patrick Faas and Katarzyna Cwiertka, a truly unique reference work for all those who wish to discover the soul and art of Japanese cuisine.
Pablo Atchugarry’s father, also an artist, instilled in him the love for the trade. Not without result: Pablo held his first solo exhibition in Montevideo (Uruguay) when he was only 18. He developed not only as a painter, but also as a celebrated artist with materials such as cement, wood and metal.
Once upon a time… A castle. That’s about how the intriguing fairy tale created by British theatre company and artists’ collective WildWorks around Gaasbeek Castle and its most imaginative inhabitants begins. But is it really a fairy tale?
Jan Cox (1919-1980) was born in The Hague and spent his youth in Amsterdam. Shortly before the Second World War he moved with his parents and brother, composer Harry Cox, to Antwerp and studied art history at Ghent University.