New York-based artist CJ Hendry composed an ode to color with the launch of the Monochrome exhibition in a warehouse in Brooklyn. Extracting the importance of nuances and texture, the creative injected them in a homogeneous palette of interior design. CJ Hendry's approach is a hyperbole that plays on the mixed material use, as well as the understanding of what art and modern design are and what we socially accept those concepts to be.
The warehouse is quite spacious and at 20,000 square feet, it houses seven rooms. To draw attention to interior design, the Monochrome exhibition is heavily reliant on shades, as well as different textures. From the furry table setting in the red room to the grassy cabinets of the green space, CJ Hendry is able to draw the audience's interest toward variation in a homogeneous setting.
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