January 13 - April 2023


February 23-March 1, 2023


My Favorite Things/Still Life- Group show 

January 18-March 12, 2023


13th Annual Self-Published Photobook Show

December-2022 to February 2023


Cookbook 19: February 9th –May 12 2019

Cookbook 13 was first held in 2013 at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. The returning project held was organized by the same curators: Nicolas Bourriaud, art critic, curator and co-founder of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris and La Panacée MOCO in Montpellier and Andrea Petrini, globetrotter, culinary journalist, creator of the Gelinaz! culinary group and of the World Restaurant Awards.

Similar to the last exhibition, this one included an exceptional blend of chefs and artists, at La Panacée MOCO, a unique institution dedicated to contemporary art located in the heart of the southern France city.

“Beyond the aesthetic biases, the expression of a personal vision and the work on matter, principles common to these two creative spheres, the exhibition hopes to show new relations between these two worlds, born of shared recent cultural revolutions - taking into account process and collaborations, the predominance of experimentation on the object ... If these spheres are both confronted with the globalization and standardization of their practices, their answer is a specific attention towards the local and the microcosm, singularities and network.” Published by La Panacée


Iñaki Aizpitarte – Restaurant Le Chateaubriand in Paris, France
Maksut Aşkar – Restaurant Neolokal in Istanbul, Turkey
Danny Bowen – Restaurant Mission Chinese Food in San Francisco and New York, United States
Manoella Buffara – Restaurant Manu à Curitiba, Brazil
Riccardo Camanini – Restaurant Lido 84 in Gardone Riviera, Italy
Jeremy Chan – Restaurant Ikoyi, London, United Kingdom
May Chow – Restaurant Little Bao, Hong Kong, China
Amanda Cohen – Restaurant Dirt Candy in New York, United States
Mauro Colagreco – Restaurant Mirazur in Menton, France
Thomas Frebel – Restaurant Inua in Tokyo, Japan
Rodolfo Guzman – Restaurant Borago in Santiago, Chile
Healthy Boy Band – Lukas Mraz, Philip Rachinger, Felix Schellhorn
Esben Holmboe Bang – Danemark
Jordan Kahn – Restaurants Vespertine and Destroyer in Los Angeles, United States
Chiho Kanzaki – Restaurant Les Virtus in Paris, France
Antonia Klugmann – Restaurants Antico Foledor Conte Lovaria, close to Udine and L’Argine in Vencò, in Dolegna, Italy
Alberto Landgraf – Restaurant Oteque in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Richie Lin – Restaurant Mume in Taipei, Taiwan
Nadine Levy Redzepi – PT
Virgilio Martinez – Restaurant Central in Lima, Peru
René Redzepi – Restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark
Niko Romito – Restaurant Reale in Castel di Sangro, Italy
Ana Roš – Restaurant Hiša Franko in Kobarid, Slovenia
Colombe St-Pierre – Restaurant Chez Saint-Pierre in Le Bic, Québec
Gilles Stassart – Born in 1967 in Vézelay, France. Works and lives in Gunma, Japan


Davide Balula – France
Dorian Bauer – France
Nicolas Boulard – France
Tiphaine Calmettes – France
Elise Carron – France
Cozinha Radicante with Roberto Cabot (Rebecca Lockwood / Ynaïe Dawson / Rosa Branca) – Brazil
Nicolas Daubanes – France
Beth Galton – USA
Tania Gheerbrant & Mahalia Köhnke-Jehl – France
Şakir Gökçebağ – Turkey
Valentina Karga & Tessa Zettel
Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos – Greece
Charlie Malgat – France
Fanny Maugey – France
Mathieu Mercier – France
Pôle-Fromage (Inès Day /Jeanson Péchin) – France
Sean Raspet – USA
Natsuko Uchino – Japan
Mélanie Villemot – France
Zoe Williams – Great Britain


A Vita Plantae 

July 1- December 18, 2018

The Visual Arts Program at Wave Hill presents the work of contemporary artists who explore the dynamic relationship between nature, culture and site through exhibitions 

Beth Galton exhibits a selection of photographs from her three, ongoing series of vegetal portraits, Roots, Amour de Pomme de Terre and Organiques Momifiés. In this presentation, titled Les Botaniques Vivants, the artist investigates the passage of time as a lived process, using organic forms in various stages of decay and highlighting the importance of what’s above and below the ground to connect viewers to the natural world.  Galton’s portraits take inspiration from Irving Penn’s still life photographs of flowers that were slightly past their prime, “when they had begun spotting and browning and twisting on their way back to the earth”.  Galton patiently waits for the organic forms that she stores in her studio to change into abstract forms, indicating the propagation or decomposition periods in some of the titles. Galton thinks of these still lifes as portraits that connect the viewer to the cycles of the natural world—specifically aging, decay and mortality.

Galton is a photo-based artist with an educational background in the natural sciences and over 30 years’ experience as a professional photographer in the editorial and commercial world. She graduated from Hiram College with a BA in Studio Art. Her work has been featured in galleries throughout the US and Europe. Most recently, it has been shown at The Center for Fine Art Photography, the Center for Photographic Art and at the Beth Urdang Gallery. She has received many awards, including the Graphis Photography Gold Award, and won first place in the PDN Taste Awards, among others. Galton’s Cut Food series was featured in The Picture Professional and on,, and Galton lives and works in New York City.

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