- Food Experience - w/ @lubar
Lù Bar is one of the city’s newest, buzziest Sicilian restaurant, which fills daily with a circle of artistic, attractive promoters. The décor reflects the family’s heritage in diverse ways. The family estate in Sicily provides the olives, oil and almonds for the restaurant. The preferred Milanese cocktail, the Spritz, usually served with Campari or Aperol, is instead offered with a Sicilian liqueur called Amara. Dishes are served off the famed ceramics made in Caltagirone, in central Sicily, and the bathroom displays a beautiful collection of shells from Vendicari, also in Sicily.
Rita McBride - Servants and slaves at MACBA #macbaBCN#collecciómacba ⠀⠀
Rita McBride is known for her Post-minimalist sculptures closely related to industrial production and modern architecture. The artist takes elements from the urban landscape to question them by altering their dimensions, colors and materials, and bringing them into the artificial space of museums.