How many reasons do you really need to think of affordable art as a good thing? How about One Hundred?
A new virtual gallery, Edition One Hundred, with help from A&I Photographic & Digital Services Lab in Hollywood, produces curated online (and occasionally, real life) art shows. Each artist’s work is produced in a series of 100 and priced, for the most part, at $100. A certificate of authenticity comes with each purchase, and 10 percent from each sale goes to a charity or cause of the artist’s choice.
Now showing: Freedom and Revolution. There are eight prints in all, including photographer Cynthia Loebe’s “120 Feet” and an untitled print from photographer Kevin Hayes, both of which are available now. Shows stay up forever, but editions will sell out — though we were pleasantly surprised to find photographer B+’s “Recife Carnival” and painter Tasya van Ree’s “Queen of Hearts” from the inaugural I Love L.A. exhibit are still for sale. We can think of about 99 places to hang them.
Available online at editiononehundred.com.
Photo: Cynthia Loebe
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