The Illusion of Light is one of the exhibits that I saw at Palazzo Grassi along with the Irving Penn photography that inspired this 365 day project.

Containing works by a number of artists it was mystifying, hypnotic, amusing and provocative.  The shot below wasn’t part of it, though it could be termed “an installation” at the Palazzo!  What’s more, it’s a cheat.

I began this project by promising to post 365 days of monochrome images, but this one is processed completely in colour.  Look closely and it’s there. It was the one speck of pigmentation that prompted me to take the image in the first place.  It would have been a shame to rob you of it.

Venezia-37

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