Why You Shouldn’t Live in New York by William Powhida
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Jen Bekman’s 20 X 200 is selling an exclusive limited-edition print by New York Artist William Powhida benefiting iMOCA. The print comes in four sizes with prices ranging from $24 to $1200. Each museum-quality and carefully packaged piece comes with an artist-signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.
While hardly a definitive list nor one that will persuade you to stop packing the U-Haul, William Powhida’s “Why You Shouldn’t Move to New York” lovingly takes the piss out of the city. Its satire and tongue-in-cheek humor, like other works and projects in Powhida’s portfolio, start a frank conversation and provide an entry point for ruminations on the structure, building blocks, and ridiculousness of the art market. Or you can chuckle lightly and walk on to the next booth at the art fair. But it isn’t all for laughs—funds from this edition go towards the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA).
Indianapolis Artist, Curator, Writer and iMOCA Board Member
20 x 200 has been introducing incredible artists and exclusive limited-edition artworks to collectors since 2007 and has released more than 1,000 editions by more than 300 artists—legendary, established, and emerging. They believe that everyone can—and should—collect art, and that artists should have more opportunities to make a living by making work. Their motto from the start has been It’s Art for Everyone®, and it always will be.
To purchase or learn more about the print and artist, please visit 20 X 200 here.