Ten thousand fresh flowers go on display for springtime sculpture

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Ten thousand fresh flowers go on display for springtime sculpture

Ten thousand fresh flowers have gone on display suspended in the air as part of a new art installation in the Greenwich Peninsula.

The sculpture at the NOW Gallery is made up of real irises that will dry and decay as time goes on.

'The Iris' is free to go and see until the 7th of May.

 

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