Flora Imaginaria: The Flower in Contemporary Photography, curated by William A. Ewing and Danaé Panchaud, features a spectacular bouquet of flower imagery drawn from many different genres of photography, produced over the past three decades (1990–2020).


The photographs in the show highlight the beauty and diversity of flowers, which have long been appreciated aesthetically for their colors and forms, as well as for their decorative potential and symbolic power. More than 70 prints by some 50 photographers from around the globe are featured, including Valérie Belin, Vivianne Sassen, Daniel Gordon, Vik Muniz, Martin Shoeller and Pedro Almodóvar. 


This exhibition was inspired by the book Flora Photographica: Masterworks of Contemporary Flower Photography, William A. Ewing and Danaé Panchaud, Thames & Hudson, 2022.