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Exhibition "What you didn't know existed. Endangered Foods From Around the World” opens on October 11th at 7pm in Belgrade at the Belgrade Market Space (Georges Klemensoa 19) and will be exhibited until October 25th.

The exhibition emphasizes the importance of gastronomic heritage and biodiversity and to draw attention to the risk of the disappearance of individual plant and animal species as constituent segments of the food chain. Each visitor will be able to print specially created recipes based on some of the ingredients written in the Ark of Taste Library.

The exhibition, which arrives in Belgrade after a visit to Stockholm at the Spritmuseum, is part of the Food is Culture / F.UTURE project, funded by the Creative Europe program, the Italian CRC di Cuneo Foundation and the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia. It is consisted of an art installation focusing on the experience of food through hands-on approach and direct contact with exhibited objects and stories to help learn about producers' experiences and the opportunity to learn about products written in the Arc of Taste Library.

During the exhibition, a panel discussion will be organized for World Food Day on October 16 at 7 p.m. Participants of the panel are Tamara Ognjević, gastroheritologist and Milica Mrvić, artist.
During the opening of the exhibition and the panel program, visitors will have the opportunity to try specially prepared food by Belgrade Market chefs using traditional food and recipes.

Exhibition "What you didn't know existed. Endangered Food from All Over the World” was designed by Slow Food in collaboration with designer and curator Josephine Vargo. The exhibition will also be held in Brussels (spring 2020) and Polenza (summer 2020), with the possibility of additional stops at those institutions who show the interest.