Cookbook Book Florian Böhm and Annahita Kamali

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Featuring 125 seminal cookbooks from the last 100 years, Cookbook Book is a celebration of the world's most beautiful, influential and informative cookbooks.

From the tried-and-true classic Mastering the Art of French Cooking to The Astronaut’s Cookbook and Salvador Dalí’s remarkably original Les Diners de Gala, each of these cookbooks has shaped, influenced and/or revolutionized home cooking.

Specifications:

  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 290 x 214 mm (11 3/8 x 8 3/8 in)
  • Pages: 320 pp
  • Illustrations: 250 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9780714867502

Annahita Kamali (1984) is an art director and fashion designer who lives and works in Munich. In her research based projects she explores and recodes multiple forms of design, art and visual culture. In 2011 she founded the art publishing project FiledUnder.net, which has been presented at various galleries including: Michael Hoppen (London), f5.6 (Munich) and Ugo Ferranti (Rome), as well as in the concept stores Andreas Murkudis (Berlin), Colette (Paris), Dover Street Market (London) and PARK (Vienna) among others. She co-edited the book Commedia dell’Arte – Couture Editions (Birkhäuser).

Florian Böhm (1969) is an artist and photographer who lives and works in Munich. His conceptual photographic observations examine the modern perception of everyday life and enable a new reading of our contemporary culture. He has exhibited his work at numerous international institutions including Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York), Haus der Kunst (Munich) and Fondation Cartier pour l‘Art Contemporain (Paris). Böhm’s publications as author or editor include ENDCOMMERCIAL©, Reading the City (Hatje Cantz); KGID Konstantin Grcic Industrial Design (Phaidon) and Wait for Walk (Hatje Cantz).

"Cookbook Book is total foodie porn."—Goop

"Cookbook Book from Phaidon is a gorgeous coffee table hardcover perfectly for paging through when searching for recipe inspiration."—AM New York

"The ultimate compilation of recipes from the last 100 years."—Grazia.co.uk

"The ultimate visual guide to cookbooks and documents a cultural phenomena that has swept the world over... A fascinating survey of cookbooks and an essential addition to the library of keen cooks, cookbook collectors and designers."—Brand (China)

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