The Black & White Project is an ongoing exploration that started as a curatorial post on the Look & Listen blog. In 2014 it was expanded into an exhibition at the Look & Listen Gallery at Saint-Chamas, presenting works by 30 international artists. An accompanying publication including works by 100 artists from around the world was added specifically for the London Sluice Art fair. A print edition with works by 6 artists, printed by Atelier Tchikebe, was added to the project in 2015.

This exhibition at Transmitter will be the fifth iteration of The Black & White Project, featuring over 60 artists from around the world. Artists included:

Alain Biltereyst, Armelle De Sainte Marie, Béatrice Beha, Ben Alper, Benjamin Gardner, Brian Cypher, Brian Edmonds, Brynn Higgins-Stirrup, Catherine Haggarty, Christine Mahoney, Claire Colin-Collin, Clinton King, Daniel G. Hill, David Rhodes, Didier Petit, Don Voisine, DotsToLines, Emily Noelle Lambert, Eve Aschheim, Espen Erichsen, Gabriele Herzog, Gary Petersen, Guy Yanai, Heidi Pollard, Ian White Williams, Izabela Kowalczyk, Jasper van der Graaf, Jeremie Delhome, Jérémy Laffon, Joris Brantuas, Justine Frischmann, Katherine Bradford, Karl Bielik, Ky Anderson, Lael Marshall, Laura Charlton, Leeza Doreian, Lydia Rump, Matthew Deleget, Marion Piper, Mandy Lyn Ford, Marie-Claude Bugeaud, Mark Sengbusch, Meg Lipke, Michael Voss, Michel Barjol, Niall De Buitléar, Oriane Stender, Paul Pagk, Patrice Pantin, Pete Schulte, Peter Shear, Rieko Koga, Robert Otto Epstein, Rosaire Appel, Ruri Yi, Tilman Hoepf, Ward Schumaker, Yoav Efrati.

LOOK&LISTEN is an artists' run project based in the south of France. Started as a blog in 2010, it then turned into a non profit organization in 2013, opened its first gallery space at Saint-Chamas in 2014, and has been initiating and organizing projects for the painting community ever since. L&L has become a resource center for contemporary painting, through supporting creation, exhibitions and community oriented activities. Current projects are : the YG studio, an artists in residence program, the L&L rdv, Exhibitions, publications, blog, public workshops, tailored made projects for institutions, and Public space murals.

Image: Marie Claude Bugeaud