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Chromacide is the death of excess. A return to the structural elements of image making, before Technicolor supplanted imagination and Instagram sunsets received the most likes. Artists use color to hijack your attention, often against the will of your cultivated taste. Black and w

Press Release

Amos Eno Gallery is pleased to present Chromacide, a group exhibition of work in grayscale. An opening reception will be held on Friday, March 3 from 7- 9 PM on the lower level of 56 Bogart Street in Brooklyn, NY, directly across from the Morgan Ave L train stop. ​The gallery will be open late on Saturday, March 4 until 9 PM.

Featuring works by Nancy Elsamanoudi, Chris Esposito, Young Gi Han, …

Amos Eno Gallery is pleased to present Chromacide, a group exhibition of work in grayscale. An opening reception will be held on Friday, March 3 from 7- 9 PM on the lower level of 56 Bogart Street in Brooklyn, NY, directly across from the Morgan Ave L train stop. ​The gallery will be open late on Saturday, March 4 until 9 PM.

Featuring works by Nancy Elsamanoudi, Chris Esposito, Young Gi Han, Robert McCann, Heidi Neff, Mimi Oritsky, José-Ricardo Presman, Andre Rubin, Mary Saran, Gwen Shockey and Meredith Starr.

Chromacide is the death of excess. A return to the structural elements of image …

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56 Bogart St
Brooklyn, NY, US