Cooking for Picasso, A Novel: Camille Aubray in Conversation

Camille Aubray, author of Cooking for Picasso, talks about the food, culture, art, and adventures she had on the French Riviera while researching her new novel, Cooking for Picasso.

Inspired by a true but little-known mysterious interlude in the life of Pablo Picasso, Aubray combines historical figures with her own original, fictional characters, against a backdrop of Provençal culture and its mouth-watering cuisine, and artwork that Pablo Picasso kept for himself for many years. A story about mothers and daughters, chefs and artists, famous people and the “mere mortals” they fall in love with, Cooking for Picasso is an Indiebound national bestseller and a book group favorite. Film rights were recently optioned by MRC Studios and the novel has been translated into a dozen languages.

Come hear more about the book Margaret Atwood called, “A tasty blend of romance, mystery and French cooking” [email protected] on Twitter.











When: Tue., Jan. 23, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: $29
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Camille Aubray, author of Cooking for Picasso, talks about the food, culture, art, and adventures she had on the French Riviera while researching her new novel, Cooking for Picasso.

Inspired by a true but little-known mysterious interlude in the life of Pablo Picasso, Aubray combines historical figures with her own original, fictional characters, against a backdrop of Provençal culture and its mouth-watering cuisine, and artwork that Pablo Picasso kept for himself for many years. A story about mothers and daughters, chefs and artists, famous people and the “mere mortals” they fall in love with, Cooking for Picasso is an Indiebound national bestseller and a book group favorite. Film rights were recently optioned by MRC Studios and the novel has been translated into a dozen languages.

Come hear more about the book Margaret Atwood called, “A tasty blend of romance, mystery and French cooking” [email protected] on Twitter.

Buy tickets/get more info now