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Lasting Impressions.

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Share This.Photographer, Justin Bartels, examines the repercussions of poor self image and dressing to impress in his Impression series. When it comes to women, society is constantly trying sell them a “better You”, a more “beautiful You” that you can be happy with, as oppose to selling them self love and appreciation. Bartels incriminates not the women, but the practices of a society that fails to see that its actions leave a lasting impression.

A Weekend in Gotham.

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Share This.Baltimore based photographer, Glenford Nunez, made a brief visit to NYC last weekend. For Nunez, whom happens to be a native New Yorker, it was a modest homecoming–but being the true shutterbug that he is, Nunez paid little attention to the so-called homecoming and proceeded to navigate the canyons of SoHo as if he never left. Once Nunez emerged from his weekend in the Apple, he was kind enough Read More

A View of Lincoln Center.

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Share This.Our lovely photographer Nomi Ellenson is currently selling a magnificent limited edition print of Lincoln Center! The splendid photograph comes in classic black and white and also in vibrant color. Be sure to contact us at info@quietlunch.com and get yours today!

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

Suo Sarumawashi.

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Share This.“Sarumawashi, literally ‘monkey dancing’ evolved over a 1000-year history in Japan. Ancient Japanese chronicles refer to it as a form of religious ritual designed to protect the horses of warriors. It later developed into a popular form of festival entertainment, and was performed all over Japan from temples to imperial courts. Today, Sarumawashi is ranked alongside Noh and Kabuki as one of the oldest and most traditional of Japan’s Read More

News from Nunez.

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Share This.Remember the feature we did on Glenford Nunez and The Coiffure Project last week? Well, we are happy to announce that the artist is working on a new project and released the first photo today! “First photo from my new series. Not sure about the name yet but this project is no makeup, Photoshop, or strobe lights. Just sun light and my camera like the old photographers.” – Glenford Read More

Knowing Kendall.

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Share This.The body of Kendall Bouchlas‘ work is an intimate one. For Bouchlas, simply taking a photograph is more than an artistic action; it’s a storied experience. Bouchlas’ approach to photography has an Hollywood air. Not to say that it isn’t organic but it certainly possesses a level of ambition that allows her audience to recognize her full potential. We decided to find out exactly what makes her tick. What/Who Read More

Ultra Violent Beauty.

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Share This.Cara Phillips Ultra Violet Beauty series is vivid and honest. The photographer discovered UV photography while researching her first body of the work in the beauty industry.  

Rose’s Colored Glasses.

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Share This.There is something honest and patient about Eric Rose‘s photography. He takes his time. He knows the importance of the task at hand and doesn’t feel the need to rush. Rose’s purpose isn’t just to take pretty pictures. Rose uses his photography to enrich human existence. We had the pleasure of asking Rose about the true source of his inspiration and this is what he had to say: “For me, photography Read More