Famous in France, Japan and the United States, the man that Vogue called “the Picasso of Pastry” revolutionized pastry-making with regard to taste and modernity. With “pleasure as his only guide”, Pierre Hermé has invented a totally original world of tastes, sensations and pleasures. With his original approach to the profession of pastry chef, he revolutionizes even the most firmly entrenched traditions. For example, he prefers discreet pastry decors and “uses sugar like salt, in other words, as a seasoning to heighten other shades of flavour.” Refusing to sit on his laurels, he is always revising his own work, exploring new taste territories and revisiting his own recipes.
Pierre Hermé collaborated with Hector Zamora for his project “But a Melon for Ecstasy” at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France.