Flowers have been messengers of meaning throughout art history – whether as symbols of fertility or mortality, purity or sexuality, love or loss, or simply nothing more than a pile of petals. On display from 8 June until 28 July 2018 at Ordovas on Savile Row, London, Flowers will focus on the significance of this enduring subject in post-war and contemporary art. Including a major painting by Gerhard Richter and an Alexander Calder mobile on display in the UK for the first time, the exhibition will explore how the flower, a traditional and classically beautiful object, fits within a modern context.
27 x 22 cm (10 5/8 x 8 11/16 in);
64 pages; fully illustrated in colour
Designed by Sinead Madden, London