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© Hermen Anglada Camarasa, VEGAP, Barcelona, 2019
© Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (2019)
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Ingredients: Sri Lanka black tea “Blackwood Bio”, dehydrated apple, hibiscus, elderberry, freeze-dried apple, pomegranate seeds, rose-hip, aroma, blueberries, cornflower petals and mallow petals.
The intense and characteristic aroma of the Sri Lankan black tea places the spectator in this nocturnal and lush background.
The sloping flower that shows the model makes to us understand the despair of a love affair, and in spite of that, there is still something in the gesture, the look that invites the approach… The apple as a symbol of the forbidden and of the sin. The provenance of the model represented by the pomegranate. The hue that the bluish night light gives to her skin, and with this, the most beautiful flower in the garden, the Granadina is shown.
See other teas and infusions inspired by art works from the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya.