The Berlin Agenda Interview: Tainá Guedes

Thank you dear Dimitra and dear Otis!

The Berlin Agenda Interview: Tainá Guedes.

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Photo Shooting for GREIFF. pic by Vanessa Feilitsch

This week I was invited to be one of the Chefs on the new GREIFF catalogue by Buena La Vista and Tim Thiel. I was the only Chef without a “star”.



I have been so busy with the Gallery that I realize I can’t update this Blog! Maybe I will fix this in the future, but in meanwhile, if you want to know what I am doing please check

Some days ago I received an email annoucing that my work at Papageno School has been awarded with the Prize “Helfenherzen” DM for Engagement, in collaboration with NABU, Deutscher Kinderschutzbund and Deutscher UNESCO . Happy about it!

Thank you so much for all people involved in this wonderful Project and for all supporters!

entretempo kitchen gallery


Dear friends and friends of friends,

we are happy to invite you to Entretempo Kitchen Gallery, our new art space and gallery for Food and Art in Berlin.


3rd of June

Jean Paul Ganem does not paint landscapes – he is PUTTING PAINT on landscapes like on a canvas. With the help of agricultural techniques, he creates unique and surprising landscapes. By disrupting  the geometry of conventional agriculture, Ganem directs our attention to what we would otherwise often overlook: He draws our attention to the fields on earth that feed us.

As he merges art and agriculture to a unit, Ganem found a whole new approach to the subject of nutrition. And this is exactly the mission of the Entretempo Kitchen Gallery.

On June 3,  7pm, Jean Paul Ganem  offers us an insight into his work through film and lecture. Tainá invites to taste Ganem’s landscape from her kitchen gallery.

The number of participants is limited to 20 people on this evening, so drop us a line as soon as possible if you want to join us

19th of June

The official Opening Party of the Kitchen Gallery

We want to establish Entretempo as an art space and venue, but mainly as a place of exchange and learning. We want to be a meeting point and information hub for all those in Berlin, who are interested in sustainability, alternative concepts of food production and nutrition in general. The event includes the opening of our first exhibition show, food concept and drinks.

Workshops and cooking classes
Food Design
Making edible art
Painting Food
Making edible (micro) gardens with Lynn Peemoeller
Open (food) design with Lenara Verle
and more

About Entretempo

With Entretempo Kitchen Gallery, Tainá Guedes creates a centre for Culinary Art, which is at the same time her philosophy of life. Art becomes an extension of the kitchen – and food a common base for expressing and sharing thoughts and ideas.

Entretempo aims to explore the political and social impact of food as a manifestation of history, sociology, geography, science, philosophy and communication.

Be very welcome!

Tainá & Team

Tainá Guedes is formed Chef and Artist, initiator of Share your Food , co-founder of the association Food Movement , solidarity farmer at Speisegut , book author , workshop-leader and artist


Senefelderstr. 29

10437 Berlin

butoh kitchen

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Title: Butoh Kitchen (Series)

Measurements: variable

Material: performance / photo prints

Year: 2014 – ongoing

First staged in Japanese restaurants, Butoh became famous as the dance-theatrical art form of ‘to resist fixity’ after WW II.

‘Butoh Kitchen 01’, performed on a public located kitchen table in Sao Paulo’s Japanese Quarter (hosting the largest Japanese community outside Japan), proclaims resistance against the Number One of all Japanese social rules – ‘Don’t climb the table’ – in an expressive food-driven debate about the contradictions in global human misery and its possibilities of transformation.

Foto: Domenico Pugliese

Make up: Alessandra Azambuja

Concept and Performance: Iara and Tainá Guedes