Interview with Jennifer Rubell / Part 2/2

Jennifer Rubell is know for her large-scale food projects that are a hybrid of performance art, installation art, and happenings. On March 22, 2010, Jennifer Rubell, will present Icons, an interactive food journey through the Brooklyn Museum. In the second part of the interview with Jennifer Rubell, the artist talks about the fascination of food and future projects.

Jennifer Rubell received a B.A. from Harvard University in Fine Arts, and subsequently attended the Culinary Institute of America. With her brother, Jason, and her parents, Don and Mera, she created a series of hotels in Miami, including the Albion and Greenview in South Beach and Beach House Bal Harbour. She also wrote a column for five years about cooking and entertaining for the Miami Herald House & Home magazine, followed by another column for five years in Domino magazine. Her writings have appeared in Vogue, the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, Travel + Leisure, Food + Wine, Ocean Drive, and Bon Appetit, among others. She is the author of Real Life Entertaining (HarperCollins), a blueprint for a radically simplified way of cooking, entertaining and hosting at home. Rubell lives in New York.

Interview with Jennifer Rubell at Independent, New York. March 6, 2010.

PS: See also the panel discussion “On Gluttony” at Independent that VernissageTV has documented.

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