‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the Creative Process’ opens its doors on 29 October.

Over 1000 pieces that bear witness to a unique creative process. More than 1000 m2 devoted to Adrià’s universe. An emotive space for learning and reflection. The greatest exhibition of the season is just around the corner: ‘Ferran Adrià. Auditing the creative process’.

What is needed to create? Can the creative process be audited? The exhibition will try to answer these questions. In just under a week we’ll be able to submerge ourselves in the universe that Ferran Adrià created along with his team at elBulli.

‘Ferran Adrià, Auditing the creative process’ offers us a deep insight into the huge effort invested by this chef into what has been considered the world’s finest restaurant. Auditing the creative process is the first exhibition by the Catalan chef in Madrid, his biggest to date and the first one to focus on creative processes.

Panels, videos – including an impressive audiovisual piece with the 1,846 dishes that Ferran created, showing the constant renovation which made him into a reference in cooking worldwide – workbooks, drawings by Adrià himself, testimonials and a myriad unique pieces will feature at Espacio Fundación Telefónica from 29 October. An exhibition that can be seen free of charge until 1 March, a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the creative universe of Adrià and his creative team.

We would like to give you a little taste by showing you the processes behind the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to the work of this Catalan maestro. A true illustration of a lifetime devoted to creation: