ONLINE GROUP EXHIBITION
10TH – 31ST JULY 2020
WOW x WOW Gallery proudly presents Monochromagic 3, the third of our annual exhibitions celebrating monochrome artworks.
For centuries, artists have created monochrome images and sculptures. By limiting the colour palette to just one, the focus for the artist, and in turn the viewer, becomes more direct and encourages deeper contemplations and closer connections with the colour, form, texture and techniques of an artwork. The artists participating in this exhibition are all brought together through their affinity for monochromatic exploration and simultaneously via a shared passion for the language of surrealism and fantastical narratives. The absolutely intriguing monochrome wonders you will behold, have unfurled from truly masterful imaginations and are loaded with enigmatic and enchanting magic: ‘Monochromagic’.
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David Álvarez | Nicolás Arispe | Adam Augustyn | Paul Barnes | Steven Russell Black | Brian Britigan | John Casey | Caroline Jiin Choi | Kyle Cobban | Sam Wolfe Connelly | Ale De la Torre | Jialun Deng | Garis Edelweiss | Elif Varol Ergen | Collin Estrada | Alex Garant | Tyler Heiden | Ibayarifin | Tim Ingle | Daniel Isles (DirtyRobot) | Máté Jakó | Kasia Jasmina | Tanmoy Kayesen | Sorie Kim | Richard A. Kirk | L A P | Luca Ledda | Lee.K | Jason Limberg | James Lipnickas | Milka Lolo | Andrew MacRae | Danny Malboeuf | Julianna Menna | Eli Minaya | Monika Mitkute | Virginia Mori | Will Murai | Kathleen Neeley | Phuong Nguyen | Xavier Ortiz | P54 | Dolce Paganne | Bao Pham | Dusty Ray | Eva Redamonti | Jessica Roux | Catriona Secker | Brian Serway | Kristin Siegel-Leicht | Allison Sommers | Andi Soto | Karl Trewhela | Rostislaw Tsarenko | Joanna Viheria | Babs Webb | Jamie Wells | Olga Wieszczyk | John Wigley