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Hello, Moto.

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Share This.The Patella Brothers‘ Moto is a mixed media series that uses paint and photography to create the oxymoronic illusion of stationary motion. 

The BLOSSOM Before Spring.

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Share This.Aleksandra Kingo deconstructs the concept of masculinity with her photographic series, BLOSSOM. BLOSSOM is  a comparative series that features tatted skinheads adorned in fresh floral arrangements, wearing soft stares. Creating a stark contrast between the perceived manliness of her subjects and the “emasculating” effect of the flowers, Kingo is questioning our interpretation of masculinity and what makes a man a “man.” “A man’s presence is dependent upon the promise of power which Read More

Leta’s Adds & Ends.

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Share This.Based in New York City, conceptual designer Leta Sobierajski has a knack for conjuring up surreal scenes that faintly mimic the “logic” of everyday life. Sobierajski incorporates photography, painting, and sculpture in many of her pieces. Her series, Add/Ends, is so out of the box that not even could categorize them. It is refreshing to witness a moment where an artist surprises even themselves.  

Ventiko. | The Bloopers.

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Share This.We had a grand time filming with Ventiko in her Brooklyn studio/apartment. Friend of Quiet Lunch, Leah Mersky, was on hand styling that day and our videographer, Kareem Gonsalves, captured all the antics and outtakes.

Seeing Rainbows.

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Share This.Alexandra Valenti speaks to that part of us that constantly daydreams about a warm meadow in the spring time. Mixing medias of photography and illustration, Valenti creates cheerful pieces that instantly puts her audience in a great mood.

The Many Portraits of Ventiko.

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Share This.Ventiko is a prime example of a quintessential artist. Her thoughts are unfiltered, her affection is untamed, and her wiles are unrestricted. Ventiko is an offbeat dynamo, a mercurial visionary, a whirlwind of goddessery. But through it all the photographer manages to keep a coherently artistic lid on her cauldron of inspirational quirk. Ventiko’s work is somewhat of a far cry from her whimsical persona. While the Brooklyn based Read More

A Cold Warmth.

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Share This.Monica Lek possesses a nonchalant style that is only undermined by her flawless execution. In other words, her work feeds off of happenstance; but the manner in which the moment is captured reeks of precision and perfection. Lek’s series, Light Arousal, features sensual, and somewhat distant, portraits of sunlight. In the series, the Barcelona based photographer finds beauty in the quotidian while highlighting the lights and shadows.

Cut It Out.

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Share This.Fresh off of his third solo show, James Nizam, who we featured for his dazzling light sculptures, shows some versatility with Two Triangles, 2013 and Four Circles, 2013. Taking a more physical approach, Nizam gives you X-Ray vision by cutting geometric shapes into abandoned houses. Two Triangles (featured above) is perhaps the most impactful piece, the shapes provide a portal like effect–you almost feel transported to another realm.

Going Back A Few Years.

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Share This.2013 is now a cold fart in the wind, but Flora Borsi is quite fixated on the past. Borsi’s Time Travel sees the Hungarian photographer placing herself around some of culture’s most poignant figures. Featuring Elvis driving the ladies wild with swishing hips, desegregation in the south, and Marilyn Monroe on the set of the film Niagara, Time Travel is an attempt to revisit the past through the indirect eyes of social Read More

Loud Whispers.

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Share This.Australian native Lisa Sorgini has a subtle approach to her work that actually comes off quite strong. T O S K A is a series of happy accidents, stern black and white photographs graffitied with seashell colored markings. One could almost accused Sorgini of tongue in cheek anarchism, her riot is quiet but effective.