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Billy Kidd |x| Transience at Master & Pelavin.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch stopped by Master & Pelavin to check out Billy Kidd’s newest exhibition, Transience. Featuring all new work from Kidd, Transience is the photographer’s first solo exhibition. Works included in the show touch on the subjects of lithe sexuality, the process of aging, and death. Transience will on display at Masters & Pelavin until December 7th. Masters & Pelavin is located at 13 Jay Street in the Tribeca section of Manhattan. In Read More

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ Sept. 10th, 2012. – September 16th, 2012.

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Share This.This week’s issue features the work of Michael Daye. Quiet Lunch catches up with Daye to ask a few a questions about well received Doodling On Famous Writers series. Also, a review of Kendra Morris’ new album Banshee! Plus, we pay a visit to the opening show of photographer Billy Kidd and painter Fahamu Pecou! Unflinchingly Yours, Quiet Lunch Staff. Stay Tuned!

Here’s Looking at You, Kidd.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch stopped by the Clic Gallery to support our good friend Billy Kidd. For those who remember, we recently helped rally for the Brooklyn photog’s intriguing project titled Heather Huey Shot by Billy Kidd. We’re happy to say that the project found life through Kickstarter and when we heard that it was being featured at Clic, we knew that we couldn’t miss the opening reception for the world. A Read More