Curated by executive director Tony Iadicicco and board member David Brickman, Albany Center Gallery’s The Black and White Show will showcase “eight regional artists who explore form and content using a neutral palette.”
According to the gallery notes, the exhibit “will immerse the audience in the multifaceted potential of art in monochrome. Media will include ink, watercolor, video, acrylics, photography, and fiber.”
Artists will include Evan Euripidou, Scott Nelson Foster, John Hampshire, Blacklight Lighthouse , Theresa Swidorski, David McDonald and Willie Marlowe. Pictured is Marlowe’s modular installation Keys.
The Black and White Show opens Tuesday (July 8) and will remain on view through Aug. 22 at Albany Center Gallery (39 Columbia St., Albany). There will be an opening reception July 11 from 5 to 9 PM. For more info, call 462-4775.