JPNF Guided Exhibition Tours | In English, Arabic & French

  • VENUE: Jean-Paul Najar Foundation (JPNF)
  • START: 10:30 AM
  • END: 01:30 PM
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Join JPNF for an in-depth guided tour of their current exhibition The Monochrome Revisited. Each hour long tour provides a unique framework and context that allows visitors to gain a better understanding of the history of the monochrome.

All guided tours will be held on Saturday, January 26th at the below times.

In English at 10:30 AM
In Arabic at 11:30 AM
In French at 12:30 PM

Please arrive 10 minutes before start time. Tours will begin at the appointed time.
Registration by email is required for a maximum of 20 people per tour.

RSVP to or call 04 258 7078.
​Contribution: 20 AED


About the Exhibition

The Monochrome Revisited explores the history and evolution of the monochrome, a provocative and innovative art form that invites introspection as it challenges perception. The exhibition begins by inviting audiences to question the origin of the monochrome - the ‘first’ documented monochromes can be found in publications as early as the seventeenth century. The core of the exhibition, inspired by Marcia Hafif’s historical 1978 essay, ‘Beginning Again’, looks at how Hafif and her contemporaries used the materiality of painting as the subject of their work to express their artistic and philosophical principles. Finally, we look at how contemporary artists today still engage with the art form to address contemporary issues, demonstrating the vitally important role the monochrome continues to play.

About JPNF

The Jean-Paul Najar Foundation for Contemporary Art is a non-profit ICOM registered private museum, gathering abstract European and American art from the 1960s through today. The JPNF is also home to a remarkable archive tracing forty years of artist-collector exchanges.  Education is central to the museum’s mission. We are committed to presenting an educational program that promotes a spirit of discovery and inquiry that engages our diverse communities. The JPNF is designed by Mario Jossa, of Marcel Breuer and Associates, and is presented in partnership with Alserkal Avenue in Dubai.