David Yee, aka @tangentialism, breaks down his favorite @20x200 editions of the year.
Jen asked us all at 20x200 to throw in our Top 10 20x200 Prints of 2011 (a list of which I think you’ll all have an opportunity to see soon). We released more prints this year than ever before, and the work—especially considering how much effort was required to release it—is beautiful. In…
“If women want to truly change it is not going to come from being in environments that have been set in stone for years on end where men run the show, it is going to change from women walking out the door and starting up their own and proving that they can succeed at the same level.”—
“What I’m interested in doing is nothing less than enabling a new economy,” she says. “It’s one where people collect art and talk about those collections in the same way they talk about what books they’re reading or what movies they’re seeing or what handbag they’re buying. I really want having an art collection to be a part of everyone’s life.”—New York Startup Brings Art to the Online Masses | Entrepreneur.com
“We live in a time of an empowered consumerism. But the art world says, you’re paying $2,000 because I say so, and you have to wait 30 days, and all that. Buying art is a big risk. It doesn’t come with a lot of the assurances that being a regular consumer usually comes with. But I knew if people lived with art, if they had the experience, they’d get hooked. That’s the birth of 20x200.”—