The Monochrome Museum - Black and White in Art and Design
Dates: 02 Feb 2022 - 21 May 2022
Location: Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery
Imagine seeing the world in just two colours, both of which could be viewed as bleak or transparent. Yet an artists interpretation of a colour-blind perspective could revive an image into something original and unique.
An exhibition entitled - The Monochrome Museum - Black and White in Art and Design is currently being displayed at Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery. The gallery of images will be showcased now until Saturday 21st May 2022.
The exhibition will seek to reveal how black and white colours have played an indelible mark on art and design history and how it has shaped our outlook of these two colours in the modern era.
It will open the mind of the interested public to see how, despite the absence of complexion a black and white palette can make a strong statement. You may be surprised to discover the depth of contrast and emotion these bland colours can create.
The exhibition is free to enter and to find out more about it please go to the following website link:- http://blackburnmuseum.org.uk/whats-on/the-monochrome-museum-black-and-white-in-art-and-design-exhibition/
The museum is open Wednesday - Saturday. There are avenues of learning for children and young people and exhibitions throughout the year for adults to view at their leisure.
Plan your next visit at:- http://blackburnmuseum.org.uk/
Experience the impact these two underestimated colours can have on the Lancashire region.
^Alex Ashworth CCG Art Blogger