Yen Ha, Robert Verdi, Jen Bekman and Maxwell Ryan (from left to right) gather in Burrow House NYC's atrium to talk how to start with art.
Did you know we teamed up with Burrow to outfit their SoHo showroom with a curated collection of 20x200 art? It looks amaze, y’all, and last Thursday, June 6th, we celebrated the collab with an onsite art party at Burrow House NYC. (The first of many, we have a hunch!) There was all sorts of 20x200 art on the walls. There was beauteous Burrow furniture. There was a panel of experts talking how to start with art, featuring our founder, Jen Bekman, Maxwell Ryan of Apartment Therapy, art and style authority Robert Verdi, and architect and artist Yen Ha. ICYMI, walk with us!
Guests were greeted by a mix of casually cool 11”x14” 20x200 prints hung from white wood hanger frames. Passing by a wall of custom-framed statement-sized Wegman weimaraners and a couple of custom-framed Chad Hagen infographics, they scooped up some drinks and snacks and settled into the sun-drenched Burrow House space. Our esteemed panelists were seated in the atrium on Burrow’s cozy couches, between Helena Wurzel’s Appleton Street (we hear Wurzel’s a fave among the Burrow team!) and Laura Bell’s magically moody Floral and Insects—both custom-framed in size 30”x24”.
Not many people made it downstairs, but the lucky few who did got a look at two giant, framed Space Editions in some lounge-y digs. Once you see all this art in situ, you get a real sense of the impact of a large-format framed piece, the quality of our limited-edition archival pigment prints, and the craftsmanship of our frames. In other words, if you wanna see 20x200 art IRL, you should stop by 125 Greene Street! You might have missed the party, but our art will be hamming it up on Burrow House NYC’s walls for the foreseeable future. And if you're closer to Chicago, get up close and personal with our art at Burrow's Fulton Market showroom! Next up, world domination.