pizza art

THE LAT­EST IN VI­RAL FOOD MU­SE­UMS IS DE­VOTED TO ALL THINGS PIZZA.

Rachael Ray Every Day - - On Our Radar - — CI

Any pizza lover will tell you that a good slice is an art form all its own. The Name­less Net­work me­dia com­pany is tak­ing that idea to heart by open­ing the Mu­seum of Pizza in—where else?—new York City. “Pizza is more than a food; it’s a cul­tural phe­nom­e­non,” says CEO Ka­reem Rahma. “With the Mu­seum of Pizza, we’re com­bin­ing pas­sion for sto­ry­telling and pop cul­ture to fuel dis­cov­ery, friend­ship, art, music, and self­ies— lots of self­ies.” Run­ning from Oc­to­ber 13 to 28, “the world’s first and only im­mer­sive art ex­pe­ri­ence cel­e­brat­ing pizza” will fea­ture large-scale piz­za­th­emed in­stal­la­tions, in­clud­ing an art gallery, a cheese cave, and some­thing called a “pizza beach.” Of course, there will be pizza to eat: Each $35 ticket comes with a cheesy slice to en­joy in be­tween film screen­ings, mu­si­cal per­for­mances, and “pizza med­i­ta­tions.” Is piz­za­h­h­hhh the new om? Get ready to find out. the­mu­seum of­pizza.org

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