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Small is Beautiful

by Char Jansen
Most will be familiar with the Flowers empire, established in the early 70s; it has a popular gallery space in New York, London’s Shoreditch as well as another smaller branch on Mayfair’s prosperous Cork Street. The latter has just wrapped their 2010 programming with their annual ‘Small is Beautiful’ exhibition, which began in 1972, and has been running almost every year, calling on both the gallery’s roster of international artists, as well as inviting emerging artists to create pieces no larger than 9 x 7 inches. On a Saturday lunchtime we had an auspicious encounter with owner Matth... [more]
Posted by Char Jansen on 1/9/11
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Because we are small

Flowers gallery in the heart of the west end currently has not one but two intriguing  exhibitions on at the moment. When other galleries are slowing down in the summer months or just showing works they have in stock flowers gallery is coming alive (quite literally with some of the pieces of animated works).                 On the ground level is a show that any lover of photography should see. It has iconic and resonating images from Edward Burtynsky, Nadav Kander & Robert Polidori. The paintings have a magnificent and grand feeling that puts a single human down to a smaller scale in comparison... [more]
Posted by adamjbwalker on 9/7/10
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PHOTOGRAPHY

Flowers gallery in the heart of the west end currently has not one but two intriguing  exhibitions on at the moment. When other galleries are slowing down in the summer months or just showing works they have in stock flowers gallery is coming alive (quite literally with some of the pieces of animated works).                 On the ground level is a show that any lover of photography should see. It has iconic and resonating images from Edward Burtynsky, Nadav Kander & Robert Polidori. The paintings have a magnificent and grand feeling that puts a single human down to a smaller scale in comparison... [more]
Posted by adamjbwalker on 9/7/10