IFAC | Family Affairs.

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The duo at IFAC (International Fine Arts Consortium) put on quite a show during Armory Week. The opening reception for their latest exhibition, Family Affairs, was filled to rafters with creators and spectators. Described as an “incestuous avant-garde survey of art,” Family Affairs  features a vast, but harmonious, array of artists that include Brian Leo, Noah Becker, Casper Brindle, BTA, Pierre Carrilero, Erica Cassill, Ayn Choi, Richard Cutrona, Christina Dallas, Jim D’Amato, Elaine de Kooning, and many, many more.

Family Affairs, is a brilliant collective presentation that illustrates the amalgamation and connectedness of New York’s art community. The exhibition will be display through April 31st. Be sure to stop The Yard at 85 Delancey and see these wonderful works for yourself.

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Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Kareem Gonsalves. | Quiet Lunch Magazine.

 

Akeem is our founder. A writer, poet, curator and profuse sweater, he is responsible for the curatorial direction and overall voice of Quiet Lunch. The Bronx native has read at venues such as the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, KGB Bar, Lovecraft and SHAG–with works published in Palabra Luminosas and LiVE MAG13. He has also curated solo and group exhibitions at numerous galleries in Chelsea, Harlem, Bushwick and Lower Manhattan.

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