The Cheaper Show No. 10 by Jason Nicholls

The Cheaper Show is a massive one night art event where all of the

work sells for a uniform affordable price. International artists

display work of all mediums in an environment that promotes

inclusivity of both artist and patron alike. The highly curated work

is of utmost quality and sold at a conscious sacrifice by the artist

to display a sense of equality in the art community. The show draws

patrons from every walk of life, inspiring new buyers by inviting them

into an excited atmosphere that promotes the collecting of art and

connecting with local artists. On June 25th 2011, The Cheaper Show's

10th anniversary took place in Vancouver's Mt Pleasant neighborhood

where over 7000 attendees took part in the event selling over 300

pieces of art in six hours. www.thecheapershow.com

 

Photoset by Jason Nicholls. www.nichollsphotos.com/

The Cheaper Show is a massive one night art event where all of the

work sells for a uniform affordable price. International artists

display work of all mediums in an environment that promotes

inclusivity of both artist and patron alike. The highly curated work

is of utmost quality and sold at a conscious sacrifice by the artist

to display a sense of equality in the art community. The show draws

patrons from every walk of life, inspiring new buyers by inviting them

into an excited atmosphere that promotes the collecting of art and

connecting with local artists. On June 25th 2011, The Cheaper Show's

10th anniversary took place in Vancouver's Mt Pleasant neighborhood

where over 7000 attendees took part in the event selling over 300

pieces of art in six hours. www.thecheapershow.com

127 views
0 faves
0 comments
Taken on May 29, 2011
  • EF17-40mm f/4L USM
  • ƒ/4.0
  • 19.0 mm
  • 1/100
  • 400
  • Flash (off, did not fire)
  • Show EXIF
This photo is in 2 albums

Additional info

  • Viewing this photo Public
  • Safety level of this photo Safe
  • S Search
    Photo navigation
    < > Thumbnail navigation
    Z Zoom
    B Back to context