“Killed: Beautiful Food That Never Made the Cut” a new exhibition featuring food stylist Victoria Granof‘s unpublished images opens Thursday, November 21st. The title of the exhibition refers to photographs that were created but never published because clients may not have picked what Granof and her collaborators thought was the best image. “Killed” was conceived by Granof and photographer Craig Cutler, with whom she has collaborated with many times over the years. The pair worked on the show’s invitation image (pictured above). The exhibition features images by more than 30 photographers, including Hans Gissinger, Kenji Toma, Mitchell Feinberg, Marcus Nilsson, Ilan Rubin, Anita Calero, Marcus Gaab, Plamen Petcov, Bill Diodato and Christian Witkin.
“Killed” opens November 21 for a by-invitation-only one-night exhibition at Craig Cutler Studio. The show will then move to Pure Space Studio, 601 W. 26th St., 12th floor, Suite 1225, NYC, where it will be open to the public through the end of December. Images in “Killed” will be placed in a silent auction at BiddingForGood benefiting Just Food, a nonprofit organization that connects communities and local farms with the resources and support they need to make fresh, locally grown food accessible to New York residents.