Your art collection stands at a crossroad. Gone are the dorm room “Starry Night” posters, yet an $8 million shark pickled in formaldehyde remains a smidge out of budget.
Bridge the gap with The Tappan Collective.
Founded by L.A. artist Chelsea Neman and gallerist Jordan Klein, the site showcases an expertly curated selection of pieces by young, up-and-coming artists from across the globe at a price range ($80-$1,000) that won’t make mincemeat of your piggy bank.
Choose from prints and original works by the likes of Gia Coppola, London-based photographer Will Robson-Scott, and The Still House Group painter Brendan Lynch.
Featured artist bios, studio photos, and video interviews reveal the minds behind the masterpieces, while a June 9 inaugural downtown exhibition hosts many of them in the flesh along with their respective works.
Feel free to canvas the joint.
Available at thetappancollective.com. The Tappan Collective pop-up happens Saturday, 7-11 p.m., at The Jeffries Building, 117 Winston Street, at Werdin Place.
Photo: Will Robson-Scott / Courtesy of The Tappan Collective