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FLOWERS, KINGSLAND ROAD

82 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DP
020 7920 7777

www.flowersgallery.com
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Click to enlargeTWO JOURNEYS : BERNARD COHEN AND NATHAN COHEN
Mar 16 - May 5, 2018
Flowers Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of works by Bernard Cohen and Nathan Cohen, exhibiting together for the first time. The exhibition Two Journeys focuses on both father and son’s common quest for discovery through painting, where experience is translated through distinct forms and working processes.
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TOM HAMMICK : LUNAR VOYAGE
Mar 16 - May 5, 2018
In the present exhibition of woodcuts, shown in its entirety for the first time in the UK, Tom Hammick conjures a metaphorical journey to outer space, weaving interstellar dreams and earthly relationships.
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BERNARD COHEN AND NATHAN COHEN IN CONVERSATION WITH PHILIP DODD
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 rsvp@flowersgallery.com 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.
www.flowersgallery.com/news-and-events/view/in-conversation-bernard-cohen-nathan-cohen-and-philip-dodd

LORENZO VITTURI: MONEY MUST BE MADE
May 11 - Jun 30, 2018
Private view Thu May 10 6pm - 8pm
Flowers Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by London-based Italian artist Lorenzo Vitturi. The works in his new series 'Money Must be Made' are based at the Balogun Market in Lagos, Nigeria, the second biggest market of its kind in West Africa.
 
While Vitturi’s previous project 'Dalston Anatomy' reflected on the gentrification threatening local businesses in London, Vitturi explores the inverse situation in Lagos, where a thriving local market is said to be causing global corporations to relocate.
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