It has been three years since Ferran Adrià closed elBulli’s doors. Since then, the award-winning international chef has devoted his life’s work towards creating a formula: a creative process to lead a restaurant to success, using the beloved elBulli as the model. Today, Adrià’s newest exhibition opens at the Espacio Fundación Telefónica, in Madrid, featuring his insights and explorations.
According to the museum’s website, the 1,000-square meter gallery space features everything from murals, drawings, and notes by the chef himself all the way to audiovisual projections and animations — all working to recreate the creative genius and universe of what once was “the best restaurant in the world.” There is even a recreation of elBulli and its very kitchen where 1,846 innovative dishes were served for over 25 years.
“Ferran Adrià: Auditing the Creative Process” brings together fans, travelers, art lovers, and fine diners alike to delve into one of the greatest culinary minds of our time. The exhibition in honor of elBulli is now open through March 1, 2015.