In the exhibition Cromoforo four artists play with the use of colour, material characteristics and the layered skin of the picture plane. Astonishing screen printing skills, vibrant tactile artwork and even dinosaurs.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 14:00-18:00
About the Exhibition Cromoforo:
Cromoforo is a cell that produces colour ranging from yellow, white, black and blue to iridescent and reflective. Cromoforo cells are found in the skin of amphibians, fish, reptiles, crustaceans, and cephalopods. The ability to change colour is often triggered by stress or change of mood, temperature or environment. Pigments translocate and reflective planes reorientate themselves as a form of camouflage.
And it’s just across the Water (het IJ). Highly recommended.
Still on display this weekend:
THURSDAY 3, FRIDAY 4 & SATURDAY 5 14:00-18:00
FINISSAGE: SAT 5 MARCH starts ar 18:00
Esther Brakenhoff @esther.brakenhoff
Laura Grimm @laurakigrimm
Maarten Schuurman @m.rt.nsch.rm.n
Ovidiu Spaniol @th3_watchmak3r
De Apotheek Tolhuis
Buiksloterweg 7A Amsterdam
(Achterzijde gebouw/Backside building)