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FLOWERS, KINGSLAND ROAD

82 Kingsland Rd, E2 8DP
020 7920 7777

www.flowersgallery.com
info@flowersgallery.com

Tue-Sat 10-6

undergroundHoxton / Old Street / Bus 48,55,243,242,149,67

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JOHN LOKER: SIX DECADES
Sep 18 - Oct 27, 2018
Flowers Gallery is delighted to announce a retrospective
exhibition by British artist John Loker, marking the
occasion of the artist’s 80th birthday. The show coincides
with a survey exhibition taking place at Cartwright Hall
Art Gallery, Bradford, and a new monograph written by
Ben Lewis, published by Elephant.
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FLOWERS CONTEMPORARY II
Jan 10 - Feb 9, 2019
Flowers Gallery is delighted to present its first exhibition in 2019, titled Flowers Contemporary I, II & III, taking place across both London locations, and the New York gallery. The exhibition brings together works by gallery artists, representing a wide range of themes and concerns.

KEN CURRIE : RED GROUND
Feb 22 - Apr 27, 2019
Private view Thu Feb 21 6pm - 8pm
Scottish artist Ken Currie is renowned for his unsettling portrayal of the human figure. Depicting the damage inflicted by war and conflict, illness and decay, Currie provides a response to brutality and suffering in contemporary society. Rising to attention within a generation of painters known as The New Glasgow Boys in the 1980s, Currie is well known for his public murals commissioned for the People’s Palace in Glasgow, as well as his enduringly popular artwork from the Scottish National Portrait Gallery Collection Three Oncologists, representing a life-long study of the fragility of the human condition.
 
In this solo exhibition of new works, Currie’s rich, luminous paintings depict mysterious rites, rituals, and quasi-medical practices, offering a meditation on violence in its many guises.
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Click to enlargeTOM LOVELACE : INTERVAL
Feb 22 - Apr 27, 2019
Private view Thu Feb 21 6pm - 8pm
British artist Tom Lovelace works at the intersection of photography, sculpture and performance to create multi-layered, site-specific installations. In this solo exhibition at Flowers Gallery, Lovelace presents a new body of work focusing on conceptual ideas of ‘theatre’, to explore spaces and encounters where the real, imagined and performed converge and intertwine.
 
Interval brings together several of Lovelace’s most recent Assembly Works, an ongoing series of assemblages centred around photography and, significantly, involving elements of bodily intervention. The exhibition discreetly explores the interstices of the gallery, working in-between the hidden and public aspects of its internal architecture.
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