Fare explores the tastes, textures, and triumphs of a single city in each issue.
In this issue: Lisbon's steep, sun-drenched hills are home to crumbling tiled facades, pastel hues, and landscaped parks. In a city awash with new opportunities, Lisboetas still share in their collective memory of the city's past.
- Trace the history of the traditional pastries and sweets borne out of Portugal's convents, including the famous pastel de nata
- Visit Taberna do Calhau, where architect-turned-chef Leopoldo Calhau has designed a modern homage to Alentejo taberna culture
- Hear the stories of Lisbon's rescued neon signs from days gone by—and the graphic designers who turned their lives upside down to preserve them
- Meet the producers making grogue—and preserving Cape Verdean culture—in the city's hidden sugarcane fields
- Wander through the Alfama to find the sorrowful soul of the fado houses
- Explore the city through the eyes and found-objects of collector and designer Joana Astolfi
Glasgow, UK; 170 x 240mm; 198 pages; Biannual