FREE STUFF FROM 20×200! PLUS ART TO MATCH YOUR FURNITURE

posted by on 2011.03.01, under Art, Giveaways
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We are big fans of 20×200 here at The Frugal Materialist. If you caught our post on great online art sources for cheap, you know their ‘art for everyone’ philosophy goes hand in hand with our ‘interior design for all’ schtick.

The official 20x200 Armory Art Fair Survival Kit. All this could be yours.

To celebrate their participation at the Pulse Art Fair during Armory Arts Week March 3-6 in NY, 20×200 is generously offering our lovely readers a chance to win this free goodie tote bag and a free one-day ticket to Pulse! Just tell us your favorite work of art on 20×200.com in the comment section at the end of this post or on our facebook page and we’ll choose 3 winning responses!

To get a firsthand look at the gorgeous art offered by 20×200 and Jen Bekman Gallery at Pulse NYC, visit the b-4 booth:

· Location:
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street (btw. 6th and 7th avenue)
Booth #b-4
· Dates and times:
Thursday, March 3: 1 p.m.–8 p.m.
Friday, March 4 + Saturday, March 5: noon–8 p.m.
Sunday, March 6: noon–5 p.m.
· 20×200 Contact: 212-367-9745
www.20×200.com, www.jenbekman.com


So, what’s in the bag? Tons of free goodies to help you navigate the art overload that’s going to take over NYC during Armory Week, including maps, an illustrated guide to all of Armory’s satellite art fairs, Time Out magazine, tote bag, West Elm tape measure, breath fresheners for schmoozing, chips n’ coffee to hold you down during the events, and more.

We paired some of our latest 20×200 favorites with affordable furniture below…

This perfectly exposed and composed print by Bert Teunissen is reminiscent of Lee Friedlander’s “America by Car” series, except better.

BG-0004 by Bert Teunissen

Hang it above this industrial carbon desk and it’s a match made in heaven if you ask me.

CB2 go-cart carbon desk, $149.00

If you’re a fan of color and cake, this print has your name written all over it.

Confections (adorned) #14 by Amy Stevens

Paired with this glossy candy-colored office chair, the two bring out the best in each other.

Task Office Chair in Pink , $59.87

You, yes you, can own a real William Wegman for $100.

Game Board by William Wegman

Combined with this classy button tufted settee from West Elm, your new Wegman will look like you spent way more money on it.

Elton Settee, $699

Contest will end and comments will close at 11 p.m. ET, March 2, 2011. One entry per email address please.

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Link to your favorite artwork on 20×200 here to enter! Don’t forget to give us your email so we can contact the winners!

FrugalMat ( March 1, 2011 at 14:16 )
Elizabeth ( March 1, 2011 at 16:22 )
sam ( March 1, 2011 at 18:09 )

Love this one, though I could never afford the $2000 version. http://www.20×200.com/art/2009/05/peeps.html

Pam ( March 1, 2011 at 21:17 )

http://www.20×200.com/art/2009/12/hugo-library.html

i can feel my grandfather’s shadow

Chris ( March 2, 2011 at 06:42 )
lizzybee ( March 2, 2011 at 07:37 )

I like Michelle Hinebrook’s Sugarcoat and Jeremy Kohn’s Casino Employee Day but I had to give it to Amy Stevens Adorned #14 as I have been a fan of her work for years now. I received two of her large prints for my bday last year and they look awesome in my living room.

http://www.20×200.com/art/2011/01/confections-adorned-14.html

LeeG ( March 2, 2011 at 08:28 )

Picking just one was terribly difficult, so I chose two because I enjoy cheating…

http://www.20×200.com/art/2009/10/collocation-no-14-nature-left-panel.html

http://www.20×200.com/art/2009/02/highway-94-location-1.html

And this one just for fun – is there anyone who doesn’t love a piglet?

http://www.20×200.com/art/2010/03/piglet-no-2.html

Mary ( March 2, 2011 at 09:21 )
Scott ( March 2, 2011 at 09:58 )

Michelle Hinebrook – Sugarcoat. I love abstraction when the collision of color and form evoke emotions and triggers memories.

http://www.20×200.com/art/2010/08/sugarcoat.html

patrick ( March 2, 2011 at 10:17 )

Hard to choose just one, but i love the murakami-ness of crossed. http://www.20×200.com/art/2010/08/crossed.html

MissWestVillage ( March 2, 2011 at 11:39 )

This one is really different and very interesting
http://www.20×200.com/art/2008/04/structure-of-thought-6a.html

Bithika ( March 2, 2011 at 12:33 )

i wish i could still buy LA ALBERCA #6 1/3/2005 12:56 by Bert Teunissen
http://www.20×200.com/art/2008/03/la-alberca-6-132005-1256.html

i’m saving up for Feral House #7 and #13 by James Griffioen and 144 Empty Parking Lots by Jenny Odell (the last one inspired by the “Look at that parking lot” scene in A Simple Man)
http://www.20×200.com/art/2009/11/feral-house-13.html
http://www.20×200.com/art/2009/11/feral-house-7.html
http://www.20×200.com/art/2010/11/144-empty-parking-lots.html

my favorite purchase from 20×200 was Mossball and Hemi by Don Hamerman
http://www.20×200.com/art/2008/04/hemi.html
http://www.20×200.com/art/2008/04/mossball.html

higa ( March 2, 2011 at 13:10 )

So difficult to choose! I quite like this one with the bird:

http://www.20×200.com/art/2007/09/the-faceted-couroucou.html

Dana ( March 2, 2011 at 16:39 )

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