“Innovation in the Art of Food: Chef Ferran Adrià” just opened last week in the Museum of Science, 1 Science Park, Boston, Massachusetts.
The restaurant’s former head chef of 25 years, Ferran Adrià (pictured), is the subject of the exhibition, throughout which visitors will explore how Adrià and his team have added a multi-sensory, magical dimension to the experience of eating — radically revolutionizing the way food is both created and consumed.
Innovation in the Art of Food: Chef Ferran Adrià features historical artifacts from the restaurant as well as images and videos that demonstrate elBulli’s transformation from a family-run restaurant to an innovative and bold institution complete the display.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see Adria’s notebooks, sketches, and even clay models of his culinary brainstorms. A video simulation of an original 37-course meal being served to you is on display alongside a light box representing all 1,846 dishes Chef Adrià created.
The exhibit runs through May 26, 2014. It is made possible by the Government of Catalonia, the Institut Ramon Llull, and Estrella Damm Barcelona. Admission is included with regular Exhibit Halls admission: $23 for adults, $21 for seniors (60+), and $20 for children (3-11).