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I So Fuxking Do.

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Share This.Music has been around ever since God passed gas, so it’s not hard to believe that every major figure in history has uttered the following five words: “I fucking love this song.” Showcasing typographically altered portraits of Bob Dylan, Salvador Dalì, Bas Jan Ader, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Bjork, Barack Obama and Che Guevara, Mark McEvoy‘s Love This Song is a series that humanizes some of history’s greatest minds.

ROCK|THEM Debuts.

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Share This. We stopped by ROX NYC for the opening reception of the group exhibition, ROCK|THEM. The place was packed to the rafters with hungry eyes, all ready to feast on the smorgasbord of art goodies. Quiet Lunch was in the building, making its rounds through the sights and sounds. We even got in a few words with curator, Laura O’Reilly, gallery director, Emerald Fitzgerald, dynamic duo, Dee & Ricky, Read More

ROX Will ROCK You.

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Share This.After the highly successful exhibition, Who Shot Natalie White?, the ROX is following up with yet another dynamic show titled, ROCK|THEM. Featuring a star-studded roster that includes Dee & Ricky, Jordan Doner, Mimosa Echard, Jesse Edwards, Walker Fee, Erik Foss, Charlotte Foyle, Mr. Gif, Jules Kim, Alex Markwith, Andrea Mary Marshall, Ryan Mcginley, Natacha Merritt, Mint & Serf, IliGili Non Nom, Clayton Patterson, John Platt, Jonathan Rosen, Bill Santen, Robert Schwan, Bogdan Stroe, Sam Trioli, Ventiko, Read More

Getting to Know the (UN)known.

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Share This.Jonathan Wakuda Fischer pays homage to some of our most brilliant cultural icons in his series, (UN)known Icons. Done in classic ukiyo-e fashion, the series features former The Scene owner, Steve Paul, Rolling Stones founder, Brian Jones, pop art legend, Andy Warhol, and Ziggy Stardust himself, David Bowie. Prints are available → here. ←

Andy at the Met.

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Share This.All I know about Andy Warhol I learned from the album Songs for Drella, the movie Basquiat and his brief, fictional cameo in Oliver Stone’s The Doors. I’m the kind of person that the Metropolitan Museum of Art had in mind when they curated the recently closed exhibit, “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, 50 Years”: someone too star struck by Brillo boxes, Jackie O silkscreens, and sunrise over the Empire Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ February 15th, 2013. – February 28th, 2013.

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Share This.Since February is Black History month, we decided to take a more a serious tone for this issue. Given the history African Americans have in this country, one of the more popular subjects during this time of the year is The Civil Rights Movement. In an effort to stay in step with ideology of those before us, Quiet Lunch gathered a panel and set forth on our mission to Read More

Everything Must Go.

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Share This.Yesterday, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts began the first phase in which they will proceed to auction off 350 paintings, photographs, and prints at Christie’s in New York. Te auction is open to the public and features some never before seen works that are priced anywhere from the lower thousands up into the millions. Here is Life+Times’ exclusive look at yesterday’s sale:

Halloween Through a Different Lenz.

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Share This.It’s Halloween, beeyotch! So, in honor of All Hallow’s Eve, we went digging in the crates for an oldie but goodie by artist, Jesse Lenz. Titled, Monsters and Marilyns, the series plays off the iconic Warholization of Marilyn Monroe. Featuring classic monsters like Dracula and Frankenstein, the series also highlights some new faces like Patrick Bateman and the Jigsaw Killer. Consisting of 59 pieces total, the series really focuses on killers, Read More

Andy’s Soup Kitchen.

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Share This.In spirit of the 50th anniversary of the famous work of Andy Warhol “Campbell’s Soup Cans 32″, the Campbell has decided to launch a limited edition commemorating Warhol’s iconic series. Fortunately the limited edition cans will cost the same as a normal can of Campbell’s soup.

Andy Warhol x Incase iPhone Cases.

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Share This.Andy Warhol was always ahead of his time, so it would only make logical sense for there to be iPhone cases tributing the pop artisitic legend. Come to think of it, it is long over due. There are 5 distinctive cases that you can choose from to get your Warhol fix. They are designed from some of his silk screening works. These snap cases are compatible with the iPhone Read More