(Spain, France 1942 – )
installation dimensions variable
Antoni Miralda was commissioned by John Kaldor to prepare a "coloured feast" for the opening of his new showroom designed by Mike Kitching.
The print, produced at the National Art School is a record of the coloured bread baked by Butler's Family Bakery, Northbridge under Miralda’s supervision and exhibited at the AGNSW from 21 September - 4 October 1973. The print with its diagrams, notes and photographs is Miralda's own documentation of the event.
Tony Bond and Wayne Tunnicliffe, Contemporary: Art Gallery of New South Wales Contemporary Collection, 'Collecting contemporary art at AGNSW', pg.424-441, Sydney, 2006, 428.
Susan Lee (Editor), Art investigator, ''Impressionism and Beyond' - Variations on a theme: Food, Glorious Food', pg. 173, Port Melbourne, 1998, 173 (colour illus.).
Daniel Thomas, 40 years: Kaldor Public Art Projects, 'Reminiscing', pg.37-41, Sydney, 2009, 39, 103 (colour illus.), 109 (colour illus.).
Coloured bread, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 21 Sep 1973–04 Oct 1973
40 years: Kaldor Public Art Projects, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 02 Oct 2009–14 Feb 2010
Colourwheel, 30 May 2015–29 May 2016