News and Events
News & Events
5 December 2019
Flowers Gallery artists David Hepher, Nicola Hicks and John Kirby have kindly donated works to the Art for Youth London Live Auction. The works will be auctioned at the Mall Galleries on Wednesday 11th December at 19.45.
David Hepher's Study for Durrington Towers I is included in the silent auction, bidding ends on Saturday 14 December at 12PM.
6 November, 2:00 – 4:30pm
Architecture of London exhibition artists inlcuding David Hepher, discuss their varied responses to city of London.
29 July 2019
Science Fiction Sent Man to the Moon
Neil Armstrong’s first small step owed more than you’d think to the footsteps of Jules Verne, H.G. Wells and Fritz Lang.
By Michael Benson
Read the piece in full here: www.nytimes.com/2019/07/20/opinion/sunday/moon-rockets-space-fiction.html
17 July 2019
Nicola Hicks bronze, Muscle and Blood is now on view at 600 Lexington Avenue, New York City as part of the Property Group Partners presentation of artwork from The William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation Inc.
Meltdown: the climate crisis – The Guardian in pictures featuring Edward Burtynsky and Michael Benson
20 June 2019
Flowers Gallery artists Edward Burtynsky and Michael Benson feature in the exhibition MELTDOWN now open at The Natural History Museum Vienna. See works from the exhibition in this week's Guardian 'in pictures'.
Perfumer Timothy Han collaborated with Nicola Hicks on new Edition fragrance, 'Heart of Darkness' launching this evening.
6 June 2019
Perfumer Timothy Han has collaborated with Nicola Hicks to accompany his latest scent Heart of Darkness inspired by the 1899 novella of the same name by Polish-British novelist Joseph Conrad.
The Photographer's Gallery
19 April, 6:30 – 8:30pm
Join photographer Tom Lovelace and The Photographer's Gallery Curator Anna Dannemann
National Portrait Gallery
16 November, 1:00 – 2:00pm
Lunchtime Lecture: Nicola Hicks: A Life in Mud and Straw at National Portrait Gallery, London
London Kingsland Road
2 October, 6:00 – 8:00pm
Please join us to celebrate the launch of Nicola Hicks - Keep Dark and see the recently opened exhibition Wabbling Back to the Fire.
London Kingsland Road
11 May, 6:00 – 8:00pm
To coincide with current exhibition David Hepher: Grain of Concrete, Flowers Gallery will host a panel discussion chaired by award-winning documentary film-maker, art critic and author, Ben Lewis. Joining him is exhibiting artist, David Hepher and Professor of Sustainable Urbanism at the University of Westminster, Michael Neuman.