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  • Flowers Gallery appoints new Gallery Director

    3 September 2018

    Flowers Gallery is delighted to announce that Jennifer Francis has been appointed Gallery Director to lead its global operations. 

    Francis takes on the new role today, Monday 3 September 2018, and will be based in London, working from the gallery’s Shoreditch and Mayfair locations.

    Francis joins Flowers Gallery following her recent tenure as Director of Marketing, Communications and Visitor Services at the Louvre Abu Dhabi, where she was responsible for the successful launch of the museum, and previous role as Executive Director of Marketing and Communications at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
    Matthew Flowers, Managing Director says: “Jennifer brings a wealth of experience from across the artworld and is very well respected for her contributions to some of the world’s most important cultural institutions in three continents. Her expertise in branding and strategic development will be invaluable as Flowers Gallery continues to expand into new markets, with a growing presence in Hong Kong and the South China region. We look forward to working together to explore new ways to promote and celebrate the achievements of the many established artists that we are proud to represent.”

    Previously, Francis has also served as Head of Press and Marketing at the Royal Academy of Arts in London; and held senior positions at the Victoria and Albert Museum; Royal College of Art; and the Drum Art Centre. She has also consulted for numerous organisations including the London Tourist Board and Royal Opera House. 

    Francis was an Adjunct Lecturer at Drexel University; and served on Boards including ICOM-US, Art-Table National, Philadelphia Arts and Business Council, and Fleisher Arts Memorial (US). She has been a member of Arts Council England – London Regional Council and the National Consumer Council (UK).

    Jennifer Francis says: “I am absolutely delighted to be joining Flowers Gallery at such an exciting time in its history. I look forward to working with the board of directors to achieve even more in the lead up to the gallery’s 50th anniversary celebrations in 2020.”

    For more information, please contact Hannah Hughes: / 020 7920 7777.

  • Book Launch: John Loker - Horizons, Zones and Outer Spaces

    London Kingsland Road

    1 October, 6:00 – 8:00pm

    Flowers Gallery is delighted to announce a new publication on the work of British artist John Loker, written by Ben Lewis and published by Elephant.

  • Tom Hammick Interview in Aesthetica Magazine

    26 July 2018

    Tom Hammick Interview in Aesthetica Magazine

  • John Keane and Free the Pussy Exhibition featured in The National

    25 July 2018

    John Keane and Free the Pussy exhibition at Summerhall featured in The National

  • The Anatomy Lesson: Ken Currie on BBC Radio 4

    23 July 2018

    Listen Online - Ken Currie feature documentary with Sue Black on BBC Radio 4

  • Simon Roberts Artist Talk and Book Signing

    Martin Parr Foundation

    19 September, 7:00 – 9:00pm

    Simon Roberts, will discuss his newest work Merrie Albion – Landscape Studies of a Small Island at the Martin Parr Foundation

  • Book Launch: Patrick Hughes - A Newer Perspective

    London Cork Street

    28 July, 11:00am – 1:00pm

    Join us for the Book Launch of Patrick Hughes - A Newer Perspective at Flowers Gallery, 21 Cork Street, London

  • Prix Pictet Photography Prize, Nadav Kander and Edward Burtynsky featured in The New York Times

    11 July 2018

    Following the Tenth Anniversary of the Prix Pictet Photography Prize, The New York Times takes a look back at the history and impact of the prestigious award.

  • yes no maybe | Opening Reception & Panel Discussion

    New York Chelsea

    17 July, 6:00 – 8:00pm

    Join us for the Opening Reception and Panel Discussion event to mark the opening of yes no maybe, Flowers Gallery New York's summer exhibition curated by Rebecca Reeve.

  • Private View: Patrick Hughes - A Newer Perspective

    London Cork Street

    11 July, 6:00 – 8:00pm

    Join us for the Private View of Patrick Hughes - A Newer Perspective at Flowers gallery, 21 Cork Street, London on Wednesday 11 July, 6-8pm.

  • Artist of the Day 2018 - Group Show

    London Cork Street

    7 July, 11:00am – 7:00pm

    Day Twelve - Group Show

  • Artist of the Day 2018 - Meg Buick selected by Marcus Cornish

    London Cork Street

    6 July, 11:00am – 7:00pm

    Day Eleven: Meg Buick selected by Marcus Cornish

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