Uncommon Ground is the title of the group exhibition currently on display at Flower’s Gallery, one of London’s biggest commercial galleries. This ambitious exhibition is hung over two floors, including the newly converted first floor of Flowers East. All photographs on display have a related concern but they are drastically different in approach – the photography in Uncommon Ground explores the relationship between images and nature.
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