CHOI&CHOI's official launch with the exhibition 'Flower' features a vast variety of artists and their works. Paintings and sculptures, figurative and abstract, come together in a bouquet of styles to pay homage to mankind's enduring fascination with flowers.

Exhibition Title: FLOWER
tion Location: CHOI&CHOI Gallery SEOUL (42 Palpan-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, 03054 KOREA)
Exhibition Period: 26th of March – 24th of April, 2022
VIP & Press Preview: 24th of March 2022, Thursday, 6 pm – 9 pm
General Opening: 25th of March 2022, Friday
Artists: Johnny Abrahams, Christian Achenbach, Catherine Anholt, Tom Anholt, Andreas Blank, Armin Boehm, Fritz Bornstück, Jenny Brosinski, Sascha Brylla, Jonas Burgert, Ung-Pil Byen, Sen Chung, Daniel Crews-Chubb, Daniel Firman, Sebastian Gögel, Philip Grözinger, Gregor Hildebrandt, Jaeho Jung, Aneta Kajzer, Jordy Kerwick, Jaeyong Kim, Pierre Knop, Jukhee Kwon, Seahyun Lee, Taesoo Lee, David Lehmann, Tobias Lehner, Dale Lewis, Corey Mason, Gorka Mohamed, Helena Parada Kim, Michael Sailstorfer, Jan-Ole Schiemann, Paul Schwer, Matthew Stone, Stella Sujin, Martin Strippelmann, Yu Jinyoung, Ruprecht von Kaufmann

Flowers may seem too mundane to justify its continued existence in contemporary art, yet we must have all felt that primal urge to paint flowers at some point in our lives. Birthdays, weddings, hospital beds, and funerals. Their simple beauty accompanies us in celebration and in grief, and we are instinctively drawn to the familiarity of their petals.
Flowers have persisted throughout the history of art. From the lotus flowers of ancient Egypt to medieval tapestries, from Botticelli and Rachel Ruysch to O’Keeffe and Warhol, they have been a reliable muse to those that felt the need to create. They have been painted, printed, sculpted, and carved, by the hands of toddlers and masters alike. They are as evocative as they are ubiquitous, and artists have painted flowers to symbolize life and death, beauty and filth, Madonna and whore.
This exhibition features several artists and their works, all paying homage to flowers. Paintings and sculptures, figurative and abstract, come together in a bouquet of styles to continue this age-old conversation.

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