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LAST CHANCE. | Paul Brainard: ROASTED.

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[su_dropcap style=”flat” size=”4″]I[/su_dropcap]f you are anywhere near the Lower East Side, this is your last chance to check out Paul Brainard: ROASTED at The Lodge Gallery. Curated by Jason Patrick Voegele and Keith Schweitzer, the satirical group exhibition is purely dedicated to the friendly ribbing of artist Paul Brainard. Check out some scenes from the opening reception.    

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The Lodge Gallery. | Totally Gay for Sports (TGFS).

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Last week saw the premiere of Totally Gay for Sports (TGF Sports). Curated by Pittsburgh native Paul Brainard, the group show features sport inspired pieces by Evie Falci, Jean-Pierre Roy, Hyunjin Alex Park, Eric White, Dawn Frasch, Peter Daverington and more. With ‘TGF Sports’ emblazoned across the wall, The Lodge Gallery was packed to the rafters for a night of beer, …

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Die Wunderkammer at The Lodge.

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The new kids on the block, The Lodge is a sleek, but friendly gallery tucked away on the fringes of Chinatown at 131 Chrystie Street. Barely a month old, The Lodge launched its Artist Salon series amidst their inaugural exhibit, Die Wunderkammer; Objects of Virtue, on Thursday. The talk was wonderful, but the art–especially centerstage pieces by Dennis McNett and Kate Clark–was eye catching to say the …

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Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ April 12th, 2013. – April 25th, 2013.

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We’re getting back into the “spring” of things with this issue. The weather is getting warmer and this playground of a city is buzzing with the sound of grown children once again! Centered around renewal and rebirth, this issue features a too cool interview with New York City photographer, Christian Coleman. We catch up with new school rhyme slinger, Cakes …