Coming to the end of its run after a full year is the Palau Robert's exhibition on the creative universe and talent of Ferran Adrià. For those of you who have been sleeping through the last dedade or two's big innovations in gastronomy, Adrià is the late 20th and early 21st centuries’ most influential—and certainly most publicised—chef.
Over the years, Ferran Adrià has become a global icon of gastronomy. The work done at elBulli—considered the world’s best restaurant for five years running—has received global recognition and has set the direction for the future of cooking. The names of Ferran Adrià, Juli Soler, Albert Adrià and of elBulli’s entire creative team are associated with values such as reflection, talent, innovation, leadership, teamwork, a job well done, internationalisation and solidarity. Going far beyond the field of gastronomy, their work embraces areas such as art and technology.
The exhibition comes after elBulli closed its doors in July 2011, a decision that was taken so that it could undergo its transformation into elBullifoundation, a centre for gastronomic experimentation and innovation that plans to disseminate its creations on the Internet from 2014.
Produced by the Government of Catalunya, the exhibition will be open to the public from until February 3rd, 2013 in Room 3 at the Palau Robert in Barcelona. Click here for more information.