"Auguste Escoffier, a humanist"
Auguste Escoffier became world famous for codifying and modernising French cuisine, giving it international recognition. He rationalised the tasks in the kitchen and worked constantly to improve working conditions.
Beyond this image of the “Chef of kings and King of chefs”, Auguste Escoffier was a humanist and a precursor, as shown by his numerous initiatives in the fields of transmission of knowledge, mutual insurance and old age care, as well as his battle against pauperism.
Although less well known to the general public, his altruism guided his actions throughout his life. This exhibition is entirely dedicated to his social and humanist commitment.
from Saturday 11 September 2021 to 30 November 2022 (extension until 10 August 2023)
Musée Escoffier de l'Art Culinaire
Every day: 10h-13h and 14h-18h
included in your entrance ticket
Fabrice Roy invites you to discover this man of heart, whose life spanned two wars in the midst of the industrial revolution, in the documentary-conference "Auguste Escoffier: a social vision".
This original documentary was specially created for this exhibition by Fabrice Roy and will be shown until 30 November 2022 at the Museum.
Fabrice Roy holds a Master's degree in Financial Management and was formerly Executive Director of a world leader in food packaging. Director of the digital newspaper " Tourisme Culture Magazine® " and consultant in hotel management, he created the training course " les Clés du Savoir-Être ". He teaches communication at the University of Nice and is also a lecturer in art history and Ambassador for the French Riviera.