“Food is good,” Food & Wine contributor Andrew Zimmern recently said. “Food with a story is better. Food with a story you’ve never heard of is best of all, and food with a story you’ve never heard of but that you can relate to is the holy grail.”
For well over a century, these “food stories” have been told in photographs, from the technicolor spreads featured in McCall’s in the mid-1930s to the lush pages of Gourmet in the 1980s.
These days, we can instantly access the archives of 20th-century pioneers like Nickolas Muray or Irving Penn, but still, food photography continues to evolve at breakneck speed. Just when you think you’ve seen it all, you realize you’ve only scratched the surface.
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