Thomas Dworzak • Magnum

Monday, 29 May 2017

“I’ve always wanted a book like ‘Feast for the Eyes,’ which charts the chronological history of the ways in which food has been photographed, recorded and shared for over a century. It starts in the 1800s, with the first photographs to depict food front and center, and brings us to the present, with the many kinds of images we are so used to seeing now. And with the evolution of food photography, we also see the evolution of style, technology, politics, media and even home cooking.” Julio Tershen • New York Times

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