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FLOWERS, CORK STREET

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TAI-SHAN SCHIERENBERG : MEN WITHOUT WOMEN
Oct 16 - Nov 23, 2019
Figurative paintings on the theme of masculinity and male identity. The title refers to Ernest Hemingway's second short story collection on the themes of bullfighting, prize fighting, infidelity, divorce, and death. In response, Schierenberg’s contemporary images of violence, solitariness, father-son relationships and camaraderie, provide a nuanced reflection on current debates surrounding masculine stereotypes.

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Feb 5 - 29, 2020 FINAL WEEK
As part of Flowers Gallery’s 50th Anniversary programming, this retrospective exhibition presents works by artists represented by the gallery within their lifetime.

ISHBEL MYERSCOUGH : GRIEF, LONGING, AND LOVE
Mar 4 - Apr 11, 2020
An exhibition of new works by British artist Ishbel Myerscough. 'Grief, Longing and Love' draws together intimate self-portraits and portraits of family to explore a universal journey of loss and longing.
 
Myerscough is recognised for her highly detailed and meticulously observed portrayal of her subject matter, which over the past three decades has primarily included herself, her close friend and fellow artist Chantal Joffe, and their families. In this exhibition, Myerscough combines a focused study of youth and coming-of-age with adult experiences of parenthood, desire and bereavement, evoking the complex cycle of human experience.
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JOHN BELLANY
Apr 16 - May 16, 2020
Scottish artist John Bellany is renowned for his pioneering painting style, which brought renewed attention to Scottish painting during the 1960s and went on to influence a new generation of artists. Focusing on Scottish history and symbolism, Bellany’s figurative works combined maritime imagery and christian iconography with representations of the lives of ordinary working people. This exhibition will bring together key works from across his career.

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