PhotoTapas: A History of Fresh Food in the Desert

Photography By Heather Gill | February 15, 2014
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sliced citrus fruits
Arizona Citrus by Heather Gill

The photos are from an exhibition in January/February 2014 at Modified Arts in Phoenix as part of the annual statewide PhotoTapas project, a photographic feast in single serving sizes celebrating the art of photography in Arizona.

"The concept of tapas – shared enjoyment. Traditional tapas are small plates of delectable, savory nibbles shared along with lively conversation among friends and colleagues in a casual convivial setting. PhotoTapas creates a similar environment with photography as the focal point."

"Just as those who sample a variety of traditional tapas often discover intriguing and picante pleasures for the palate, participants in PhotoTapas have the opportunity to come together and explore the rich artistic 'flavors' of our Arizona photographic community."

 

man with cattle on a farm
Dry Goods Store on the Corner of Washington and Montezuma Streets in Downtown Phoenix
Photo 1: Kenneth and Cattle by Gina DeGideo, with photograph by Marvin Morrison; gigiimage.com
Photo 2: Façade of E.F. Kellner’s Grocery, Dry Goods Store on the Corner of Washington and Montezuma Streets in Downtown Phoenix. Photographer unknown. By Jeremy Rowe Vintage Photography; vintagephoto.com
Article from Edible Phoenix at http://ediblephoenix.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/phototapas-history-fresh-food-desert
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