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“The cookbook is about the craftsmen who built the restaurant as well as the farmers, fishermen and ranchers who provide the products we prepare. We came to appreciate that this book wasn’t just about the development of a brick-and-mortar restaurant, but is a story about Santa Barbara itself, an exposé of the city’s multifaceted values.” — Sherry Villanueva
This latest book, hailed as “an inimitable combination of photographer and writer, images and text,” serves as a kind of verbal portrait of Winogrand, but perhaps says as much about the author as it does his subject. Book signing to follow
His most recent book, "Slight Exaggeration," is a blend of memoir, essay, and anecdote, and in which he defines poetry as “a slight exaggeration, until we make ourselves at home in it. Then it becomes the truth.” Zagajewski is interviewed by fellow writer, friend, novelist, and Chair of the UC Riverside writing program Andrew Winer. Book signing to follow.
Their numerous honors include winning the Concert Artists Guild Competition and the Grand Prix and Mozart Prize at France’s Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition. Their Naxos recording of György Ligeti’s complete works for string quartet won the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance. They will perform Mozart’s "String Quartet in B-flat major, K. 589," Ligeti’s "String Quartet No.1 Métamorphoses nocturnes," and Bartók’s "String Quartet No. 4. "