French Bloom opens a pop-up at So Shiro Gallery for Lulama Wolf's first UK exhibition
In the heart of London, So Shiro Gallery exhibited the brilliant South African painter Lulama Wolf. Throughout the exhibition I was born wrapped in a white blanket, you can admire the many works while sipping a flute of French Bloom organic alcohol-free sparkling. A French Bloom pop-up dedicated to connection was also opened in the gallery to discover Le Blanc and Le Rosé cuves.
Lulama Wolf inspires French Bloom
Lulama Wolf is one of the art world's newest talents that everyone is talking about. At the crossroads of neo-Expressionism and modern African art, the South African artist's work interrogates the pre-colonial period with modern vision. The works in this spectacular exhibition were created during Wolf's residency in Antibes with the art agency Undiscovered Canvas. Her paintings are now exhibited at the So Shiro Gallery.
During the opening of the exhibit, SoShiro Gallery and French Bloom partnered to offer an extraordinary sensorial experience to their guests: a sound bath. In complete immersion through vibrations and sound, the body and mind relax and recharge to reach a form of well-being. An ideal and complementary activity to open the minds to the works of the painter.
French Bloom chooses So Shiro gallery for its first pop-up in London
Located in the Marylebone district, So Shiro Gallery opened its doors in 2020 and has established itself in the London art scene with its innovative concept. Like most galleries, So Shiro produces, collects and exhibits a wide range of confidential artists from all over the world but is also an incubator and event venue. Thus, this innovative aspect of the gallery resonates perfectly with the modern and innovative vision of celebration that French Bloom promotes. Throughout the Lulama Wolf exhibition, French Bloom is settled at 23 Welbeck Street. French Bloom's ephemeral space will highlight the two collections of alcohol-free and organic sparkling wines Le Blanc and Le Rosé and promises to introduce London's art lovers to the French savoir-faire of excellence gathered in its two cuvées.