The so-called Black and White exhibitions were largely made up of works on paper, such as watercolours, graphic art, drawings and illustrations. The exhibition in the artist association Kunstnerforbundet, which was curated by Kitty Kamstrup, was small, yet presented a range of various techniques on paper. Drawing, watercolour, engraving and woodcut were some of the techniques shown. Among the exhibitors were the artists Gerhard Munthe and Johan Nordhagen, Edvard Munch and Helga Ring Reusch, in addition to “the youngest generation” including Henrik Sørensen, Per Krohg, and Nikolai Astrup among others. This was one of the first times Astrup exhibited woodcuts in colour, and Tidens Tegn’s art critic found the works interesting. Kunstnerforbundet announced the sales of works in the press, and Astrup sold eight woodcuts.