KAYSER - PAIN EKMEK CHOCO COCO - Benjamin Schwartz

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A4 format. Fine art print on Fedrigoni OldMill 300g paper.

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Originally from California, Benjamin Schwartz has lived in Paris since 2018.

His latest series on the breads of various Parisian bakeries, done in pastels, explores our link with this essential food of the French diet.

"For me, a single bite of bread contains all the culture of France, its love of craftsmanship, of life.

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Benjamin Schwartz

Originally from California, Benjamin Schwartz has been living in Paris since 2018.
A multi-disciplinary artist, he has worked in film, photography, but also in fashion as a designer and self-taught shoemaker.

His latest series on the breads of various Parisian bakeries, done in pastels, explores our link with this essential food of the French diet; its history, its craft.

Benjamin Schwartz also hopes to partner and collaborate with international social justice organisations that focus on food waste and access to quality food on projects that blend humanitarianism and art.