THE TABLE AND THE TERRITORY

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Buka / Pain / Ψωμί / Хлеб / Հաց / خبز / ਜੋ

As a result of artist Paky Vlassopoulou’s research-creation at TAVROS/Locus Athens around bread and a collaboration with a baker and an architect, a newspaper was born. Today, it is distributed , free of charge, in local bakeries of Tavros, Greece. 
Bread, a newspaper Paky Vlassopoulou, bakery of Tavros, photo by Alexandra Masmanidi

 

Directly from the printing house, the newspaper Psomi by Paky Vlassopoulou comes to the shelves of the Tavros bakeries. A baker, Elissavet Koulouris, an architectural team, A Whale’s Architect  and an artist exchange ideas on the cultivation, fermentation, the process of making bread and the commodity of bread.
The texts have been translated (almost) into all the languages ​​of the Tavros inhabitants – Greek, Punjabi, Russian, Albanian, Armenian, Arabic and French – and the newspaper is distributed free of charge to local bakeries.
You can find it at: O mtistos bakery (Anaxagora 47), Kathimerianiatis – Kaparos Bakery (Admiral Notara 24), Fournos Gianniotiko (Marathonos 30), Manos (Athanassiou Diakou 1), Choriatikos Bakery (Klazomenon and Patriarch) Ioar (Diomidou 20), O Sitos (24 Irini Ave.).
Bread, a newspaper Paky Vlassopoulou, bakery of Tavros, photo by Alexandra Masmanidi
Bread, a newspaper Paky Vlassopoulou, bakery of Tavros, photo by Alexandra Masmanidi
Bread, a newspaper Paky Vlassopoulou, bakery of Tavros, photo by Alexandra Masmanidi
Bread, a newspaper Paky Vlassopoulou, bakery of Tavros, photo by Alexandra Masmanidi
Bread, a newspaper Paky Vlassopoulou, bakery of Tavros, photo by Alexandra Masmanidi