01 June 2012

OF LOFT APARTMENTS AND RESTAURANT OPEN KITCHENS

Andy Warhol in the "Silver Factory" loft, 1964-68. Photo probably by Billy Linich.
Can anyone think of another workspace besides the artist loft and the restaurant open kitchen that, in recent decades, has become so ubiquitous as a chic, upscale commodity?

I will be speaking about the appeal of both spaces as ideal models of "creative-artisanal" labor on the "Food and Arts" panel of the "Global Gateways and Local Connections" food-studies conference. The event is jointly hosted by NYU and The New School this June. Come by if you are in town and have interest in the topic!

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