Weekend reading – A life less ordinary – WHITE Ibiza Magazine

CHEF GOME GALILY OF LAMUELLA IBIZA TRAVELLED AN UNCONVENTIONAL PATH TO BECOME A CULINARY ARTIST

Most chefs, save for the occasional television celebrity, are modest enough not to describe themselves as artists. This is definitely true of Israeli born Gome Galily, yet watch him work from the open kitchen at Lamuella Ibiza and you’d be forgiven for thinking otherwise. Presented with one of his dishes, it’s hard not to bring to mind any of the conceptual artists of the 20th century – say Yves Klein or John Baldessari. His journey however, started on a farm in the centre of Israel, where family life aligned with the seasons and where, by osmosis, he picked up a deep understanding of the connection between earth and the table.

Extracted from WHITE Ibiza Magazine Issue 2. Order your copy online to read the article in its entirety.

A collaboration with Ana Lui Photography.

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