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Global Street Food: Artist Highlights Cultural Street Kitchens from around the World

Artist Mike Meiré collaborated with German manufacturer Dornbracht Edges to curate Global Street Food, an installation art piece that celebrates the cultural diversity of street food stalls from around the world. In the piece, the stalls are recreated side by side against different white backgrounds, including the Buckminster Fuller Dome on the Vitra (shown in the photo above). The exhibition itself is beginning to travel the world.

Meiré’s website describes the project:

‘Global Street Food’ is dedicated to the fascination with improvised kitchens in public places. Urban fast food stations navigate the contrast between pragmatic dilettantism and complexity in the smallest of spaces.

Scroll down to take you on a delicious, cultural journey on the streets of the world…
 

Grill, Uganda

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Coffee Wagon, Argentina

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Floating Market, Vietnam

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Cotton Candy Stand, Argentina

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Tea Kitchen, Sudan

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Market Stand, China

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Cheese and Sausage Stand, Argentina

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It’s a Small World

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