David Hepher featured in BBC Four Documentary
BBC Four is airing a two-part documentary in which British writer and broadcaster Jonathan Meades makes the case for 20th-century concrete Brutalist architecture, a style which he sees as brave, bold and bloodyminded. Tracing its origins to the Victorian Modern Gothic, the baroque visions created by John Vanbrugh and the martial architecture of World War II, Meades celebrates the emergence of the Brutalist spirit. In episode two, he interviews Flowers artist David Hepher, who uses this very architecture as the subject matter for many of his paintings. View the episode on BBC Four Sunday 23rd February at 9pm, or catch up with the series entitled 'Bunkers, Brutalism, Bloodymindedness: Concrete Poetry' on BBC iPlayer.
David Hepher's solo exhibition Town and Country will take place at Flowers Kingsland Road 21st February - 29th March, 2014.