Vegging Out

The Mint Museum’s appetizing new exhibit
Courtesy of the Mint Museum
This molded grape leaf teapot by William Littler is included in the Mint Museum’s new F.O.O.D. exhibit, opening March 2.











The Mint Museum Uptown’s appetizing new exhibit Food, Objects, Objectives, Design (F.O.O.D.) features more than 300 items from around the world that are used to prepare, cook, or present food. The nosh-inspired display, curated and designed by artist Antoni Miralda of Food Cultura, a food culture research center in Barcelona, is the museum’s first fully bilingual exhibition. Divided into four sections (Table, Kitchen, Pantry, and Garden), it explores the combination of two great passions—art and food—from plates and glasswork to kitchenware, kitchen design, and cookbooks. March 2-July 7,