In an elegant Venetian setting, the MICHELIN Guide and ILLY are blending art and haute cuisine through a limited series of dinners at the Venice Biennale Arte. Founded in 1895, La Biennale di Venezia has become one of the most prestigious organizations of its kind, promoting trends in contemporary art, where guests are immersed through images, sounds, videos and installations that are fully in touch with the present and future.
By bringing together a chef from a MICHELIN-starred restaurant with an artist selected by the Biennale's Arte 2019 curator, fine cuisine will join forces with fine arts. Enjoy the very first chef/artist collaboration dinner on July 16, 2019, and after an exclusive private tour of the Biennale's Arsenale—part of the 58th International Art Exhibition—diners will sit down to a meal by American artist Cameron Jamie as well as French chef Guy Martin from the two-MICHELIN-starred restaurant Le Grand Véfour in Paris.
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Cameron Jamie Foto. Copyright Albrecht Fuchs.
Malta will join the 32 countries already covered by the MICHELIN Guide in 2020. A major tourist destination, Malta has attracted the attention of MICHELIN’s inspectors and their forthcoming selection of the best restaurants in the country will be revealed in February 2020.
The MICHELIN Guide has joined forces with TripAdvisor and TheFork to offer diners a complementary way to find their ideal dining experience, as well as improved access to a wider choice of high-quality restaurants around the world.