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Art for the Cash Poor

by Kim-Thao Nguyen
What to go nuts over at InLiquid's annual artists' block party. Photos by Kim-Thao Nguyen
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The good thing about InLiquid’s annual Art for the Cash Poor block party this weekend is that its namesake rings true: If you like good art for decent prices, then this is the place to be. The downside? You can’t. Stop. Buying.

Now in its 13th year, Art for the Cash Poor is once again featuring over 100 artists of all mediums, displaying their proudest pieces which will be graciously priced for under $199. From photo originals and paintings to housewares and jewelry, collectors are sure to be charmed by these very affordable local pickings. 

On Friday night, Two.One.Five got to take a sneak peek at AFTCP's first preview party, which was co-hosted and curated by InLiquid and The Food Trust. With a rich cup of Spodee in one hand and a wood-fired slice from Pitruco in the other, we chowed down then buckled down to find some of our favorite pieces of the night (above), which you can also find throughout the weekend. 

Looking for more pico de gallo than Pablo Picasso? Be sure to check out the party's appetizing options, which will feature local food trucks to the tunes of live music, courtesy of WXPN.

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