Martí Guixé Fake food park

Catalan designer Martí Guixé is recognised for his innovative approach to commercial products, interiors and food design. For the past decade he has reinvented food products and culinary traditions in surprising ways. In 2009 he constructed a banquet in New York City with micro-snacks and hand-drawn instructions prompting visitors to interact with strangers.

Art Exhibition previously on at NGV International in Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 01 June 2016 to Thursday 01 September 2016

Martí Guixé
Fake food park image

Published by National Gallery of Victoria - International on Monday 14 December 2015.
Contact the publisher.

Developed especially for children and families, Guixé’s large-scale, custom-designed space will combine the artist’s own graphics with design challenges and hands-on activities for young people that encourage a rethinking of the familiar foods that we eat each day and sprout new ideas for food concepts and flavours.

Guixé’s work has been shown at MOMA, Centre Georges Pompidou, Design Museum London and the National Art Center Tokyo. He is also well-known for designing the interiors of Camper footwear stores.

The NGV Kids program is supported by the Truby and Florence Williams Charitable Trust.