Internationally acclaimed artist Anya Rubin, whose work is being shown at the Second International Biennial of Art in Palermo, Italy, will show highlights of her work at the new Duet Brasserie in the West Village, Feb. 3–10. The exhibit will be open to the public during restaurant hours.
Duet’s chef and partner Dmitry Rodov is creating a dish inspired by Rubin’s artwork, Octopus Carpaccio, a trio of red, golden, and candy beets, goat cheese, caramelized onions, basil oil, and white balsamic cream, served in a glass dome ($21).
Proceeds from the artwork as well as the dish will go to the Museum of Russian Art in Jersey City, N.J.
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