Joe’s: “Where Culinary Art Meets Photographic Art”
Joe’s Restaurant will dedicate its monthly event to the French community on Wednesday April 28, 2010 with the exhibition of Olivier Pojzman’s work. Photography, French wine and appetizers will be served.
Joe’s restaurant “Fine Californian-French cuisine” in Venice Beach is proud to present the work of local Artist Olivier Pojzman.
Once a month, a very friendly event is held where wine and great appetizers are offered. Please come and enjoy Art, good wine and great company at the next April event. This next event will be held for the French community of Los Angeles.
For this special occasion, fresh oysters from Christophe “Maitre ecailler” will be on the restaurant’s menu during the event.
Olivier Pojzman’s fine art photography accommodates various areas in residential and office environments. His esthetic nature captures the viewer and brings life to open spaces. These horizontal and vertical conceptual series create a “New Cool” mix of Fine Art and High End Decor.
For compacted or ample space, Olivier custom makes pieces from 4 to 15 feet long on stretched canvas. Limited edition of 50, signed and certified.
In September 1991, a small restaurant on the edge of an esoteric neighborhood in Venice, California, opened to rave reviews. Utilizing the talents and experience acquired from his training at the Culinary Institute of America, from cooking at such restaurants as Le Perroquet in Chicago, L’Orangerie here in Los Angeles, and from Michel Guérard in France at Eugenie-Les-Bains.
Chef Miller, a visionary in the kitchen, says the secret of Joe’s cuisine is the result of mixing formal French techniques with Asian and California-influenced esthetics and by using only the best ingredients. In addition to frequenting local farmer’s markets, Miller, searches out regional items from around the country and even around the world. He is constantly looking for new trends and influences in cuisine that he could recreate in his kitchen.