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Other Worlds – Charlie James Gallery, Chinatown LA

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In the basement of the Charlie James Gallery in LA’s Chinatown, the unexpected: Descending into the magical neon-tinted cavern, it becomes obvious that pieces are not presented, but instead stashed throughout the environs. Chelsea Boxwell’s Keep It Locked Up Inside was an embodiment of this enthralling choice of display; not only was the richly colorized and glittery canvas wrapped into …

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Sculptor Vincent Pocsik Questions Form and Function With His Works Of Sculpture 33

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The Los Angeles based sculptor (and one-time architect) Vincent Pocsik is perhaps most renowned for bringing to life every day household furniture and objects by augmenting the natural state of these creations, thereby conjuring up fantastical and supernatural “living” pieces full of dramatic prowess, that although carry the form and structure of the functional, seemingly breathe and rest in a …

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*New* Houston Bowery Wall Mural: Tristan Eaton x “Intermission”

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The icon Houston Bowery Wall located in East Village, NYC received its latest mural by LA-based artist and designer, Tristan Eaton. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Creative Sustenance Daily,” we mean it. https://quietlunch.com

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Myles Hendrik: Dreams Of LA Photographs

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Artist & Poet Myles Hendrik Brings “Dreams Of L.A. Photographs” To Maxfield Gallery, LA. Myles Hendrik is arguably one of the most sought-after DJ’s in the world. Counting the likes of Rihanna, Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, The Weeknd, Mark Ronson, and Kendrick Lamar as some of his frequent and devoted collaborators, this in-demand man about town is also credited with …

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Decomposition Opening Night (Photo Recap)

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Thanks to all who came out for the opening of Decomposition by Stu Watson. Stu gave an amazing tour of this collection. If you missed the show and are interested in purchasing pieces from this collection, visit our Collector’s Corner. Check out the photos from last night below. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote …

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Fear of Oatmeal by Muriel Miguel at Theatre For A New City

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If you want to take a metaphysical trip to the furthest reaches of time and space, then Fear of Oatmeal by Muriel Miguel is the play for you. Featuring a powerhouse performance from Gloria Miguel, the 91-year-old co-founder of the feminist collective Spiderwoman Theater and nestled in the legendary downtown Theatre for a New City. The play explores the liminal …

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When You Were Little You Used to Color. | Gregory Siff at 4AM Gallery

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Mercedes-Benz, Tao Group and Casa Noble Tequila are proud to announce the latest collection of work by the evocative American artist Gregory Siff. The exhibition is a homecoming for Gregory, who was born in Brooklyn and raised in Rockaway Beach, Queens. It is here that his murals in the Rockaway Beach Surf Club bathrooms were included in the MoMA PS1’s show …

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Unknown Horizon, The Art of Kelly Berg, Craig Krull Gallery

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Kelly Berg creates dense textural compositions while playing with the dichotomies of flat vs sculptural space. The extreme energy embodied in her work gives the viewer the sense that her paintings emerge from both internal and external forces that lie just beyond the artist’s own conscious control. Kelly Berg’s current solo show, called Unknown Horizon, at Craig Krull Gallery Santa …

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East End Collected4

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On Saturday, March 31 the Southampton Arts Center opened its fourth East End Collected exhibition (East End Collected4). Artist Paton Miller has curated the exhibit since its inception six years ago. Mr. Miller, who had been approached by then-mayor Mark Epley, suggested showcasing the work of East End artists, borrowed from collectors. As a prelude to reopening the space that …

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Frieze NY 2018 Highlight: Gert and Uwe Tobias at Rodolphe Janssen

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A delightful highlight of Frieze NY this year is the french-blue painted booth by Rodolphe Janssen. Following suit in a series of twin artist collaborations like Doug and Mike Starn and Os Gemeos are works by identical twin brothers Gert + Uwe Tobias. Humming with the freshness of spring, fairy tale-inspired ceramics and woodcuts on canvas bloom in different sizes …

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East End Collected 4 | Southampton Arts Center

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Quiet Lunch hit the Hamptons this week for the season’s much anticipated and lauded exhibition series, East End Collected, curated by renowned painter, Paton Miller. This, the fourth incarnation of EEC, opened to a full house at the Southampton Arts Center on Jobs Lane and former home to the Parrish Art Museum. The exhibition reflects on Mr. Miller’s vision of …

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IG Art of the Week | @Moshoodat

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IG Art of the Week comes from New York City-based Makeup Artist, Content Creator and Creative Director, Moshoodat. Follow @moshoodat Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Creative Sustenance Daily,” we mean it. https://quietlunch.com

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Climb by Rachel Hornaday Opening Exhibition | Art at the Yard (Photo Recap)

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Thanks to everyone you stopped by the opening exhibition of Climb by Rachel Hornaday at the Yard. Here is a photo recap of the festivities. Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Creative Sustenance Daily,” we mean it. https://quietlunch.com

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Climb | Rachel Hornaday | Art at The Yard Opening Exhibition

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Climb is an experimental solo exhibition by artist Rachel Hornaday. Featuring paintings on canvas and sculptures of porcelain, Climb stems from the artist’s ever-evolving, material-based dialogue pertaining form and color, between the simple, stark whiteness of raw, ‘naked’ porcelain juxtaposed with abstract landscapes full of undulating color. It is in this space between objects, between polar opposites, between worlds absent of color …

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Industrial Melanism | Neil Grayson | Debut Solo Exhibition at Ekyan Maclean

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Our latest print edition cover artist Neil Grayson’s debut solo exhibition is going to be amazing. Industrial Melanism, opens tomorrow at Ekyan Maclean at east 67th street from 6 pm – 8 pm. We hope to see you there! Industrial Melanism was the collection Neil presented during our search for the next print cover feature and this collection is why we …

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IG Art of the Week | Philip Lueck | @philiplueck

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IG Art of the Week is “google help” by German digital artist and Illustrator Philip Lueck. Follow @philiplueck Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Creative Sustenance Daily,” we mean it. https://quietlunch.com

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DECADE | 10 Years at Gallery 151 (Exhibition Recap)

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On December 13th, 2007 Gallery 151’s premiere exhibition, The Wild Style Exhibit, unveiled a collaborative wall of historical graffiti, discovered during the renovation of 151 Wooster Street in Soho. Matthew Namer, the son of the downtown developer Michael Namer, discovered the wall at the same time that renovations were planned to be made to the building. 151 Wooster Street became the first iteration of Gallery 151, which …

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IG Art of the Week | Pop My Eyes | @popmyeyes

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IG Art of the Week pick is “Book cover by Muriel Roland Darcourt” posted by POPMYEYES. Follow POPMYEYES on Instagram Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Creative Sustenance Daily,” we mean it. https://quietlunch.com

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The Projective Drawing: An Exploration of Art and Architecture

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The Austrian Cultural Forum New York (ACFNY) is pleased to announce the upcoming group exhibition The Projective Drawing, curated by Brett Littman, Executive Director of The Drawing Center, New York. The exhibition is based on The Projective Cast, a book published in 1995 by architectural historian Robin Evans that defines a new way to explain how we “see” architecture by incorporating all …

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IG Art of the Week | Tayst | @tayst

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IG Art of the Week pick is unnamed by Tayst. Follow Tayst on Instagram Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Creative Sustenance Daily,” we mean it. https://quietlunch.com

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Juan Miguel Palacios | IMBALANCE | Booth Gallery

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Booth Gallery is delighted to announce Juan Miguel Palacios’ Imbalance, a collection highlighting social, political, and economic inequality through multifaceted artworks. In his first solo exhibition with the gallery, Palacios seeks to bear representation to the state of affairs of the modern world — what he refers to as an ‘ugly society’, a term he borrows from Noam Chomsky’s documentary …

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Glam Jail | Kolor Collective (São Paulo, Brazil)

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Glam Jail is a Franco-Brazilian tale by photographer Pol Kurucz about 11 eccentric  inmates transforming a prison visitor’s booth into a colorful fashion haven. Through visual allegories and pop aesthetics the photographer challenges social and racial norms symbolized by the carceral universe. The shootings took place in the Offen Studio in São Paulo in August 2017. The series features local …

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One Year of Resistance at The Untitled Space | Indira Cesarine

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A year after the inauguration of President Trump, where are we, and how do we feel? In a follow-up to last years’ critically acclaimed show UPRISE/ ANGRY WOMEN, Indira Cesarine of The Untitled Space has invited over 80 artists to participate in ONE YEAR OF RESISTANCE. Artists from various backgrounds, ages, and genders will respond to the current political climate …

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IG Art of the Week | Jean-Pierre Roy | @jeanpierreroy

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IG Art of the Week pick is “Additive Field History” by Brooklyn-based painter Jean-Pierre Roy. If you want to keep up with the rest of Jean-Pierre’s work you can follow by clicking below. Follow @jeanpierreroy Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. …

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The 3rd Annual Surrealist Ball. | Photo Recap.

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The 3rd Annual Surrealist Ball closed the year with another performance by the legendary New York Dolls frontman David Johansen and arty host list of Natalie Kates, Lori Zimmer, Jon Burgerman, Kenny Kenny, Emperor Vanity Society, Ryan Burke, Archie Goats, Muffinhead and his Troupe and Suzie Hart. Taking inspiration from the original Surrealist Ball in 1972 at the de Rothschild …

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IG Art of the Week | Philip Lueck | @philiplueck

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Our inaugural IG Art of the Week pick is “SaberFluffy” by German digital artist and illustrator Philip Lueck! If you want to keep up with the rest of Lueck’s work you can follow by clicking below. Follow @philiplueck Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but …

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BWOOD x Anthony Cruz. | Quiet Lunch Book N°5 BTS RECAP.

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Here’s a video recap of our photoshoot with BWOOD featuring rapper Anthony Cruz from Quiet Lunch’s Book N°5 Fall/Winter print edition featuring Neil Grayson. Check out the short recap below and get your copy of Book N°5 today! Quiet LunchQuiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but …

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The Outer Boroughs. | Urban Landscape Painting at The Lodge Gallery.

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The Lodge Gallery is proud to present The Outer Boroughs; Brooklyn, Queens & The Bronx, a group exhibition exploring the transformative cultural history of New York through contemporary urban landscape painting. The works in this exhibition are formidable testaments to the only unchanging constant in New York, which is change itself. Here, through the beauty of each urban landscape, we witness the …

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The Ascent. | Thomas Yang.

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The Ascent You pedal, you push, you pant, you press on, you never stop until you are at the peak. You ride higher, live louder, laugh harder, dream bigger. Your life takes you from one adventure to another.  ust in time for the holiday shopping season, Thomas Yang (of 100 Copies) just released his latest print,  The Ascent. Yang explains …

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NSFW. | TRANS-Ville. | Catinca Tabacaru Gallery.

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ast weekend, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery presented the second iteration of TRANS-ville. Curated by Milk & Night’s Coco Dolle, the event exhibited six performance art works involving installation art, sound pieces, body language and video projections. With an inter-sectional and inter-generational approach, Dolle mixed in conversations on gender politics, mythos, cross-cultural identity, inter-racial dynamics and transitional states of beings. Displayed in …

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Insidious Beauty. | Valli Art Gallery.

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If you are heading down to Miami for the upcoming Art Basel Miami Beach, or even just to escape the winter, be sure to head to Wynwood’s Valli Art Gallery to immerse yourself in the new exhibition from internationally regarded Italian multi-media artist, Chiara Dynys. Curated by famed Italian art critic Giorgio Verzotti, the show, titled ‘Insidious Beauty’ will be …

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The Long Wet Grass. | Seamus Scanlon.

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The resonance of tires against the wet road is a mantra, strong and steady.  The wipers slough rain away in slow rhythmic arcs into the surrounding blackness.  The rain falls slow and steady, then gusting, reminding me of Galway when I was a child where Atlantic winds flung broken fronds of seaweed onto the Prom during high tide.  Before the …

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Like Lesser Gods. | Bruce McEver at the National Arts Club.

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Quiet Lunch attended the historic National Arts Club in Gramercy Park on Friday evening, October 27th, to hear poet Bruce McEver read from his latest collection of work, Like Lesser Gods. Its not often we leave a poetry reading looking back over our shoulder hoping the poet might read one more poem for good measure, but Bruce McEver packs his works with …

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Andy Cahill. | Home at SAFE Gallery.

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stern figure sits at a dinner table which appears to be morphing into a face; a house grows ears; a smoker blows puffs out of a shirt sleeve; and a figure crawling on the ground, partially clothed with woolen socks and shirt, reaches toward a distant house. Pictorially grotesque, kaleidoscopic, psychedelic and dreamlike, Andy Cahill’s new show ‘Home’ at Brooklyn’s Safe Gallery will …

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Joe Brittain | Past Tense.

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sing sculpture as a way to ask fundamental questions of human sensibility, Joe Brittain’s new work, currently on view at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, aims to create situations and dialogs for us to probe our relationships to, and placements within the material world and its deep, incomprehensible history. Part historic, part scientific, part spiritual, the exhibition is a continuation of his …

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Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Tour. | Halsey.

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Halsey is on her 2017 Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Tour with special guests PartyNextDoor & Charli XCX playing concerts across North America. Her latest video “Bad at Love” is taking Youtube by storm with over 21 millions in little over a month! We looking forward to catching Halsey this Friday in Brooklyn! Get tickets for the shows BEFORE they sell out …

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Ain’t It A Blessing Tour. | Tee Grizzley.

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Tee Grizzley‘s had a big year as one of hip-hop’s rising names. His project ‘My Moment’ has been streamed over 117 million times on Spotify. His 2016 video for “First Day Out” has over 75 million plays, with Jay-Z saying it was “the best song out” on a recent Genius interview. Tee Grizzley is currently on his “Ain’t It A Blessing” Tour …

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ENGENDER. | Kohn Gallery.

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LA-based Kohn Gallery’s upcoming Fall exhibition, titled ENGENDER, will reexamine male and female gender classifications—a topic that is quite timely now as it has ever been given the ongoing gender debates within our political climate.   Rooted in the word gender, Engender brings together a wide range of practitioners— including Nicole Eisenman, Hernan Bas, Firelei Báez, Emily Mae Smith, Tschabalala Self, and Nathaniel Mary Quinn, among others— who portray a form …