Food in New York: Bigger Than the Plate
NOW AT The Museum of the City of New York – Includes art by Fallen Fruit!

Now on view

What’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? What we eat is one of the most important decisions we make every day. Food in New York explores the city’s raucous restaurant scene; its ubiquitous street food; current activist efforts to source food locally; and the artists, thinkers, and designers who are imagining new sustainable ways to relate to food. Get a glimpse of the exhibition and hear from MCNY Curator Monxo L√≥pez and Consulting Curator Fabio Parasecoli on Pix 11. First developed at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum and now adapted and updated to look at eating and food systems in the Big Apple, the exhibition is an invitation to feast for a more equitable and exciting future.

In the News
Read more about this exhibition in The New York Times6sqft, and TimeOut New York. The latter also listed the exhibition as one of the best things to do in NYC this weekend. Follow the story and connect with us @MuseumOfCityNY. Add your New York food story to the exhibition with #FoodInNYC.

Exhibition created by the V&A and the Museum of the City of New York. 

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