Bloom: Women And Flowers’ is a 3-person group exhibition in which each artist, Tsugumi Kaihoko, Natalia Lewandowska and Freyja Dean, shows their own portrayal of the beauty and charm found in women and flowers alike. Living and working in Tokyo, they met only this year with a common interest in art and soon decided to hold this exhibition together. We invite you to feel the beauty at the modest MIDORI.so2 gallery in Commune 2nd.
There will be an opening party at 6pm on the 8th and a closing party on the 14th if you are keen to meet the artists.
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