ArtGrams: Edible Art


Photo: IG/patricklisko

In this month’s ArtGrams, we’re sharing your mouth-watering photos from Tryst at the Phillips café. Share your photos in and around the museum for a chance to be featured on the blog!


Photo: IG/maggiemainxx


Photo: IG/julietschwab


“All museums should have cafes like this,” says Instagrammer @stirfrey


Photo: IG/victoriadagli


Photo: IG/madalionthedandelion


Photo: IG/dcvikingthor


Photo: IG/jkbee7

ArtGrams is a monthly series in which we feature our favorite Instagrammed pictures taken around or inspired by the museum. Each month, we’ll feature a different theme based on trends we’ve seen in visitor photos. Hashtag your images with #PhillipsCollection or tag your location for a chance to be featured.

Art and Life, part two: Lunch with Xavier Veilhan

Earlier today I shared photos from my visit with Antony Gormley. On that same trip, I also went to Paris to visit Xavier Veilhan who will be doing the most elaborate Intersections project so far, opening on November 3, including sculptures, paintings, and photographs. Besides making art (in photos below, his new dripping paintings just for the Phillips), he makes really good food and starts from scratch–purely “bio” as they say in France, meaning organic: risotto with truffles.

O-la-la, there is more to art: simple pleasures of life. Bon Appétit.

Vesela Sretenovic, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art

Photos: Vesela Sretenovic

Art and Life, part one: Lunch with Antony Gormley

On my recent trip to Europe, I first visited Antony Gormley in London, in preparation for his exhibiton at the Phillips, opening June 2. An amazing artist . . . amazing studio . . . amazing staff . . . and delicious food prepared in-house as a team effort, much like many of Gormley’s public works and sculptures.

Vesela Sretenovic, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art

Antony Gormley in his studio and with his staff. Photos: Vesela Sretenovic