Jean-Paul Najar Foundation, Dubai


23 October 2018 - 28 February 2019


Including works by Mohammed Kazem and Hassan Sharif, The Monochrome Revisited explores the history and evolution of the monochrome, a provocative and innovative art form that invites introspection as it challenges perception. The exhibition begins by inviting audiences to question the origin of the monochrome - the ‘first’ documented monochromes can be found in publications as early as the seventeenth century. Ultimately, this survey of works investigates how contemporary artists today still engage with the art form to address contemporary issues, demonstrating the vitally important role the monochrome continues to play.

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