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It’s Not Junk Food, It’s High Art!

Remember Anne Callan, the photographer in Alan Alda’s flick The Four Seasons whose boring photos of vegetables drove her husband to divorce? Turns out she might’ve actually been on to something: Fork in the Road has the scoop on a Nolita exhibit depicting 365 shots of peanut-butter sandwiches, and the Queens Tribune introduces us to Hidemi Takagi and her Long Island City exhibit of “bright and saturated images of immigrant food products collected from different boroughs in New York City” (think Kinder chocolate bars). Next thing you know you’ll be seeing Campbell’s Soup cans in galleries!

Food Product Exhibit At LIC’s Homefront [Queens Tribune]
Pop-Up Peanut Butter ‘Museum’ to Open in Nolita [Fork in the Road/VV]

It’s Not Junk Food, It’s High Art!