His professional works
He lived in Paris in the 60s, where he started doing projects like banquets and rituals, introducing the ceremony of food as a creative element based on its colour and symbolism.
From the 60s to the 90s he lived in New York, where he worked in the public, participatory space surrounding food. Of note are Fest für Leda, Documenta 6, Kassel (1977), Labor Day Festa, Artpark, Lewiston, New York (1977), Breadline, CAM, Houston (1977), Wheat & Steak, Kansas City (1981), Santa Comida (Holy Food), New York, Miami, Paris (1984-89). His creation alongside Montse Guillén of the renowned El Internacional restaurant in Tribeca, New York (1984-1986), and the Honeymoon project (1986-92), which used New York’s Statue of Liberty and the monument to Columbus in Barcelona to celebrate the imaginary wedding between freedom and conquest. He also explored the cultural and culinary exchange between the New and Old World with undertakings in New York, Barcelona, Venice, Tokyo, Paris, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, and Miami…
In 2010, the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid presented De gustibus non disputandum, a retrospective look at his work.
In 2015 the MACBA (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art) brought together all his American projects for the Miralda Madeinusa exhibit.