Nyotaimori 女体盛り (and the art of Filippo Curzi) Expo 30/10/2015

Nyotaimori (女体盛り, “serve (foods) on the female body”, often referred to as “body sushi”, is the Japanese practice of serving sushi and sashimi from the naked body of a woman. Nantaimori (男体盛り is said to have its origins in the samurai period in Japan. It would take place in a geisha house as a celebration after a victorious battle.” Filippo Curzi is an italian illustrator who produced 7 paints representing 7 sushi different portion with women inside as a symbolic representation of the woman condition ( in far east and not !).