20x200 wants to make art available for everyone. Every week, the website introduces two new pieces of art: one photograph and one work on paper. Every piece is available in three sizes; the smallest size with a run of 200 costs only $20, and the largest size with a run of only 2 (for you big spenders) costs $2000. Even if you can't afford the $20 art (but c'mon, can't you?), the website is a great place to see what artists are up to right now, and with bios and links to individual artist websites, you can spend hours on a virtual gallery tour. If you do have money in the budget to support emerging artists, 20x200 is a fantastic place to start your collection.
James Rajotte, whose photograph "Dog Fight, 2002" (pictured here) appeared in our Grotesque issue, has this photo for sale on the 20x200 site.
The prints often sell out quickly, so be there on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 2 pm EST when the new pieces are revealed.