A story of complicity

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Francesc Guillamet and Jean Sales, a story of complicity - © Maribel R. De Erenchun
Carrying the values of naturalness, beauty and taste, and revealing the poetic power of our mini vegetables and culinary flowers...

With the complicity of Francesc Guillamet.

Reference witness to Ferran Adrià's creative evolution and designer of the visual memory of El Bulli, Francesc Guillamet is one of those through whom culinary photography, stricto sensu, has extended its boundaries to contemporary art.

While continuing to lend his eye to the most cutting-edge players in international haute cuisine (Joan Roca, Carme Ruscalleda, Xavier Sagristà, etc.), Francesc Guillamet, trained in classical photography techniques and a fervent admirer of Ansel Adams, Paul Strand and Irving Penn, focuses his artistic approach on landscapes and still life and regularly exhibits his work in France and Spain.

The meeting with Jean and Olivier Sales took place in 2010.

The three men, in their attachment to their Catalan roots, share a passion for beauty, gastronomy and art. Since then, Francesc Guillamet and Jean Sales propose a four-handed work, sealing an interactive and fruitful professional collaboration through a common creation.