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Apr 21, 2018 2:00pm - 4:00pm talk/event
Exhibited together for the first time, Two Journeys by father and son Bernard Cohen and Nathan Cohen focuses on the common quest for discovery through painting, where experience is translated through distinct forms and working processes.
To coincide with the exhibition, Flowers Gallery will host a discussion with exhibiting artists, Bernard Cohen and Nathan Cohen, chaired by broadcaster and writer Philip Dodd.
As space will be limited, please contact to confirm your attendance.
For full details of this event biographies of each of the speakers please visit the ‘news & events’ section of our website.

Jul 5 - Sep 8, 2018
Flowers Gallery is delighted to announce an exchange programme of two exhibitions in collaboration with Louis Stern Fine Arts. Taking place in London and Los Angeles this Summer, the two galleries will focus on the diverse forms of abstraction taking place in Britain and the USA’s West Coast in the 1960s.
In London, Flowers Gallery will present works by Californian artists Lorser Feitelson, Karl Benjamin, and Helen Lundeberg, amongst the most influential artists in Southern California during the 1960s.
On view in Los Angeles, will be an exhibition of works by leading British abstract painters, Bernard Cohen, Richard Smith, and Michael Kidner, whose pioneering and formally innovative work helped define the vibrant cultural scene of London in the 1960s. The exhibition London in the 60s: Bernard Cohen, Michael Kidner, and Richard Smith is on view at Louis Stern Fine Arts 21 July - 8 September, 2018.

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Jul 5 - Sep 8, 2018
Flowers Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of prints by Fiona Grady, Tess Jaray, Bridget Riley and Carol Robertson, focusing on a selection of works in which silkscreen printing has been used as a vital method to investigate the complex and dynamic interactions of colour, form, space and light.
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