"There is religious bread that is blessed, social bread that is put on the table, political bread that provokes revolts, tourist bread that is carried under the arm, gastronomic bread that is prepared in a thousand ways. Bread carries more meaning than knowledge." Marie Astier, What bread do we want?
The book Our Daily Bread is presented as a fragmented and subjective encyclopedia of bread, which reports on its presence in our lives and its political, social, economic and aesthetic developments. Organized in visual plates, it deploys a collective memory around this basic food, passing from its manufacture to its most derived uses.
Softcover, 178 pp, 210 x 297 mm
First edition, second printing