A unique installation with a self-explanatory name MONOCHROME opened on April 5 in Brooklyn, New-York. A creative experiment by artist CJ Hendry is a kind of a house with seven rooms devoted to one colour, or rather, a collection of similar shades. The scope of the construction is striking: 'the house' is more than two thousand square meters!
The artist better known by hyperrealistic black-and-white drawings took the Pantone colour palette as a base: paintings created by CJ Hendry formed the general design of the rooms. The exhibition has left much impression on its visitors: