There’s a new definition for culinary arts. This weekend, Oct. 4th through 6th, the Taste of Priceless presented by Mastercard descends upon Spring Studios to blend flavor and fun.
The three-day exhibition features artworks such as Marilyn Minter’s video “Green Pink Caviar, ” a newly-commissioned immersive video installment by conceptual artist Jennifer Rubell, and a site-specific work by multidisciplinary artist Monika Bravo. Famed performance artist Daniel Lismore will also be a “living sculpture,” a concept that he debuted at the 2018 Brit Awards.
Guests also have the opportunity to taste passion and optimism– literally. Pastry artist Raphael Castoriano of Ladurée will debut two original macarons in the abstract flavor concepts, enhancing the natural flavors of custard apple (Passion) and yuzu (Optimism) in the signature Mastercard colors.
“With this first taste of Priceless, we are pushing our brand into uncharted territory and building on our expertise in creating the most extraordinary and delightful culinary experiences that you can get exclusively with Mastercard,” Raja Rajamannar, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Mastercard, said.
The multi-sensory experience is free to the public, with a suggested donation to the World Food Program. Priceless indeed!
For more information or to select guaranteed sessions times, please visit priceless.com.