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Crayfish Cocktail by Analiese Gregory & Nuñez Rojas

Crayfish Cocktail by Analiese Gregory & Nuñez Rojas

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An interplay of form, colour, and composition, this is Analiese Gregory's Crayfish Cocktail as imagined by artist Nuñez Rojas.

A simultaneously bold yet understated work, this recipe poster is a masterclass in abstraction and minimalism.

  • Limited Edition of 300
  • One poster provides 10 meals
  • Available in: A2 format 42 x 59 cm | A3 format 29.7 x 42cm
  • Printed on 130gsm Extract paper, made entirely from 100% recycled coffee cups
  • Unframed
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Analiese Gregory & Nuñez Rojas

Analiese Gregory is one of the most talked about and trailblazing young chefs in Australia today, with a string of enviable kitchen credits to her name, including The Ledbury, Michel Bras, Mugaritz and Sydney’s Quay. Having flirted with returning to France, she instead packed her bags on a whim in 2017 and moved to Tasmania where she headed up the state's most acclaimed restaurant, Franklin in Hobart.

When Analiese is not busy with one of her many projects, she is renovating her 110-year-old farmhouse in the Huon Valley, where she lives with a cornucopia of farm friends and a wardrobe filled with charcuterie (a new hobby; she insists it was the best place for it!) and plans to open a bespoke intimate restaurant. She cherishes her time in nature foraging, diving, hunting, cooking on beaches, and connecting with the people whose life work it is to grow our food.

Born in Azapa Chile, Veronica Altamirano Rojas Nuñez is a painter whose work reflects a kind of anthropological research into her own ancestral connections to Africa or the newly liberated homelands of Chile.

Nuñez presents her audience with a creative journey through moveable, emotive and static art. By balancing performance art and contemporary dance, Nuñez portrays tangible feeling of a captured moment on to a medium. The end result being fluid and bold works of art with a unique story behind.

Nuñez uses her own body to create her art, dancing in front of the canvas as an expression of freedom, drawing fluid curves and lines. Nuñez worked and lived in Brooklyn, New York but currently lives in the hinterlands of Byron Bay.