The first-ever London exhibit of this iconic photographer’s work.
The Electric Kid show by Moritz Waldemeyer at Rabih Hage during London Design Festival.
Last week, on behalf of Istanbul Modern, Camron took Monocle, Domus, Lapiz International Art Magazine, Elle Deco
Last week I went to see the “Surprise, Surprise" exhibition at ICA.
We ventured into the realms of EC1 to see the latest exhibition from the London-based, German-born designer, Gitta Gschwendtner.
The new Louise T Blouin Institute opening last month and we went to have a look at the first exhibition which is James Turrell – A Life in Light.
A brisk walk away from the pigeons of Piazza San Marcolies the Peggy Guggenheim Collection.
Buying art can be such an intimidating prospect, but not so at a fabulous new art gallery in East Dulwich called 14 Upland Road, which I stumbled across at the weekend.
The Model for a Hotel by Thomas Schutte stands on Trafalgar Square’s 4th plinth.
London-based, Italian-born designer Martino Gamper likes to cook; so much so that he frequently sets up his own guerrilla restaurants
I came across the John Lennon wall in Prague when I was staying in Mala Strana taking my father to see his family.
If you are walking across Millennium Bridge this summer you will be met by the works of six street artists who are making the Tate Modern
After attending Sotheby’s pioneering two-day auction of new Damien Hirst works “Beautiful Inside My Head Forever"
TASCHEN, the famous art book publisher with five exclusive stores around the world, has just opened its first UK shop
As Obama supporters at Camron, I was delighted to discover this portrait of him by José Maria Cano at The Riflemaker Gallery booth at Zoo.
We stopped by the National Geographic Store’s grand opening today to check it out. From the brilliantly curated photography show in the Main Gallery
While on my recent visit to New York to see my client Rockwell group I stumbled across Tree Huts a slightly surreal art installation in Maddison Square Park
We braved lashing rain and freezing temperatures to catch Seizure – an art installation created by Roger Hiorns
Marcus and I popped into the new Opus Store on King Street in Covent Garden and were blown away by the gallery-like setting surrounding these magnificent books.
Prada and Gagosian’s tag-team brought the fashion and art crowd to Carsten Höller’s Double Club Congo Prada party, which created a dialogue between Congolese and Western contemporary music, lifestyle, arts and design.
I always enjoy graduate show season; I think it’s great to witness the total freedom of creativity which students enjoy and you can guarantee there’ll always be some outrageous designs on show!
On Tuesday, I attended the opening of the Pavilion of Art & Design in Berkeley Square. The show was absolutely buzzing with activity.
Damien Hirst’s ‘No Love Lost; Blue Paintings’ are currently on show at the Wallace Collection, so I checked them out.
Trafalgar Square is hosting a forest of trees from Ghana this week as part of an installation by artist Angela Palmer.
Galerie Karsten Greve in Paris is showing Claire Morgan’s remarkable work. The artist’s obsessively calculated and intricately crafted hanging
This exhibition at the Royal Academy shows a personal and often poignant insight into the real life of Van Gogh.
I visited Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge, an enchanting gallery, currently showing ‘Modern Times’ with examples of drawing in every modern art
If it moves, twinkles, reacts to light, sound and movement then there’s a place for it in the Kinetica Art Fair.
The ‘Well Transparent Chair’ is Ron Arad’s re-interpretation of the original Well Tempered Chair, which he first designed in 1986
Michael Landy has transformed the South London Gallery into Art Bin, a large perspex container for the disposal of art work.
The Ultra Lounge at Selfridges has been transformed into a maze of exhibits that challenges you to look closer at the world and at all things small and beautiful.
Just before the notorious and crime-ridden 1960s-built Market Estate near King’s Cross was bulldozed, the place bloomed with creativity as 75 artists got together to produce a range of intriguing site
Tony Cragg, the remarkable British artist and sculptor has presented his most recent work at the Lisson Gallery
Newspeak: British Art Now is the latest exhibition to take over The Saatchi Gallery.
The Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy has opened with the usual mix of work by academicians, emerging artists and the lucky few who were selected from the public competition.
Sun shining, I headed over to picnic in the unlikely spot of Trafalgar Square, to catch a glimpse of the bottled up HMS Victory, recently docked on the fourth plinth.
On Friday, I headed over to Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street which is playing host to an exhibition featuring works reflecting Picasso’s domestic life.
I was in Gateshead and Newcastle last week and nipped into the wonderful Baltic Centre.
Last night I went to the Private View for this year’s Threadneedle Prize, which is worth £10,000 to a winning artist.
I went to the wonderful Gauguin exhibition at Tate Modern the other day. It was such a treat to see so many ‘old friends’ on show in the gallery.
I popped down to Battersea Park to the Affordable Art Fair. In contrast to Frieze, this show feels quite intimate and friendly.
While in Copenhagen I visited Edition Copenhagen. Founded in 1959 the space at Christianshavn houses both a lithographic workshop and a wonderful gallery space.
This week, the Camron interns visited the National Gallery to see Clive Head’s remarkable paintings of London.
House of Voltaire is a pop up shop come gallery offering a diverse treasure trove of original works and objects donated by a multitude of leading contemporary artists.
The Islington-based London Art Fair fair thronged with artists and enthusiasts eager to see the latest offerings.
What, for most people, looks like a rectangle of 12 postcards with one in the centre, is, for Gilbert and George, “an angulated version of the sign of the urethra”.
Darkroom, in Lambs Conduit Street, celebrated its first anniversary with a spectacular exhibition of artwork, with a Valentine’s Day theme.
Last week Valentina, James and I headed to Saatchi Gallery to hear what four wise men had to say about a controversial topic
Any contemporary design lover’s trip to Los Angeles is not complete without a visit to twentieth, the showroom and gallery
Tate Britain’s new blockbuster show is a glorious celebration of this rather maligned medium. Watercolours
This month saw the opening of Glenn Ligon: AMERICA at the Whitney Museum. The show is the first comprehensive retrospective of Ligon
Yesterday saw the launch of the latest issue of Fantastic Man at Rochelle School’s Club Row Roof (amazing lofty location in the attic of the school!)
Whenever I come to Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is always high on the list. The courtyard, a reconstruction of a 15th century Venetian palace
Team NY braved boiling temperatures this week to walk the newly opened phase two of the High Line. The elevated park, which stretches along the west side of Manhattan
The Serpentine’s latest installation is an intriguing cardboard labyrinth created by the Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto.
Behind a spray-painted door, in a run-down former electronics supply store on Canal Street in New York, artist Terence Koh
Last night I went with Tony Chambers to Ron Arad’s Curtain Call at the Roundhouse
The form of this sculpture by Liz Magor is based on the great freight shed located on Vancouver
Stephen Burks’ “Are You a Hybrid?” at the Museum of Art and Design is part of MADProjects
Last night’s preview of the White Cube in Bermondsey was definitely one of the highlights of Frieze week.
Yesterday, having done Frieze and many of the art shows, I dropped into Bargehouse
This extraordinary exhibition at the Hayward Gallery took us into the surreal mind of artist Pipilotti Rist
As London grew a little darker and rainier this week, we paid a visit to the beautiful exhibition of Atkinson Grimshaw’s evocative moonlit scenes at the Guildhall Art Gallery.
An installation by British artist Grayson Perry is on show at the Louis Vuitton New Bond Street Maison Exhibition Space
My sculpture, CELL (Twelve Oval Mirrors), is about the difficulty of communicating.
One of the most beautiful pieces I saw is a sculpture by Henry Moore
On Wednesday, Gallery Sprüth Magers hosted the opening of its latest show entitled Donald Judd Drawings, 1963 – 93.
I joined the throng of VIP guests for the opening of the London Art Fair on Tuesday night
Lisa and I went to the Gagosian Gallery in London which is currently holding a worldwide exhibition
Yesterday, I checked out the new ‘Brain Activity’ exhibition by David Shrigley at The Hayward Gallery over at Southbank Centre.
On Thursday I went to the European Design Centre, to attend ‘Art for Hearts Sake’ in aid of Kids Company.
On Friday we visited Yayoi Kusama’s exhibition at Tate Modern.
Yesterday I went to the V&A to see the new Photography Gallery.
This weekend I paid a visit to the new Alighiero Boetti exhibition at The Tate Modern.
In anticipation of an upcoming trip to Tokyo, I checked out Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1920-1945 at the Japan Society in midtown Manhattan.
The biggest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK in over 40 years provides a compelling portrait
LUX and the ICA have teamed up for their first year of Biennial of Moving Images
Whilst in Paris this weekend, I visited the ‘Bricolage and Friends’ exhibition, curated by London design collective the Bricolage Project
Kehinde Wiley’s “The World Stage: Israel”, currently on view at The Jewish Museum
With all eyes on London this summer, the Southbank Centre has kickstarted its Festival of the World exhibition.
This afternoon, we escaped the hot heat and popped into Holey Books, a small bookstore run by Hole Gallery owner Kathy Grayson.
Fernando Bryce: Drawing Modern History, currently on view at MALBA in Buenos Aires, gives a fantastic overview of the Peruvian artist’s work.
All should visit the incredible tanks uncovered by Herzog & de Meuron at Tate Modern. Having laid empty since 1981
I have always loved Julian Opie’s work so I was thrilled about his retrospective at the Lisson Gallery
The much buzzed-about Yayoi Kusama show has come to New York’s Whitney Museum.
As a lover of all things classical, I was intrigued to visit this new multi-arts exhibition inspired by Titian’s Metamorphoses masterpieces.
At Dia: Beacon in Beacon, NY, I checked out the Jean-Luc Moulene exhibition Opus + One. The show is the first comprehensive North American show for the French artist
An exhibition of works by street artist Mr Brainwash, star of Exit Through the Gift Shop
For this year’s London Design Festival, Gallery Libby Sellers is presenting an exhibition of exquisite glass works by
Last Sunday I visited the inauguration of P! Gallery on Broome Street in Manhattan’s lively Chinatown.
Two video artists have been shortlisted for this year’s Turner Prize and both of them – Elizabeth Price and Luke Fowler
This year’s Pavilion of Art & Design felt particularly sophisticated and cool. Set in Berkeley Square, Mayfair
The ground floor of the old Museum of Mankind at the back of the Royal Academy is now home to Pace Gallery’s second London space.
Yesterday evening we headed off to Frieze’s opening night. While we were stunned by the scented ‘will-o’-the-wisp’ entrance and beautiful Idris Khan
This beautifully curated exhibition reflects the years that Peter Lely spent in London.
This fascinating exhibition at The Hayward Gallery features work by nine Chinese artists, each exploring ideas of transformation and impermanence
This week the Camron team explored an impressive new exhibition called Urban Masters which is housed in an old Shoreditch factory.
While other gallery owners in West Chelsea grieve that they have to face the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Klemens Gasser and Tanja Grunert
Chris Bracey’s exhibition and pop-up shop at Circus of Soho in Beak Street is a must visit.
Over the weekend I braved the cold, crossed the Williamsburg Bridge and ventured uptown to The Whitney to check out the Richard Artschwager retrospective.
Founded in 2009, Brooklyn-based Makerbot continues to raise the bar for at-home 3D printing when it launched Makerbot Replicator 2
The Royal College of Art has always been close to my heart but with their latest exhibition, The Perfect Place to Grow, you can see how creative luminaries such as Tracey Emin, Bridget Riley & Phillip Tracey, nurtured their talent there as students.
Between Christmas and New Year, I spent a few days in Prague. I came across the Lennon Wall which since the 80’s has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and lyrics from Beatles songs.
Few experiences last year provoked such a visceral reaction as Ann Hamilton’s brilliant Event of A Thread, a performance-installation at The Park Avenue Armory.
In Havana, Cuba, I visited the gallery of the ICAIC, an organization of the Cuban film industry that uses film as a tool for education. The space features Cuban film posters covering the walls and even ceiling of a small space in the Vedado neighborhood o
This week we visited the Wellcome Collection for the winter show curated by Richard Harris. Although the title sounds quite morbid – ‘Death: A Self Portrait’, the exhibition was extremely well considered.
You wouldn’t necessarily equate Selfridges, one of London’s busiest department stores, with silence but that’s what is currently on offer! A brand new exhibition entitled No Noise features The Silence Room.
The London Art Fair is the first major date in the year’s ‘art calendar’ – a chance for buyers, collectors and artists to get together and review the look and feel of the market for 2013.
In Madison Square Park, artist Leo Villareal has provided New Yorkers with a chance to be momentarily mesmerized. His site-specific installation, BUCKYBALL, is an homage to architect Buckminster Fuller’s famous geodesic structures.
Juergen Teller’s exhibition, Woo, at The ICA explores influential moments in his life and presents a range of highly individual portraits. The fact that he has managed to give his models the confidence to pose in sometimes outrageous places and poses, say
This fascinating show, which opened today, provides great insight into the evolution of an artist who had huge influence on contemporary ‘pop’ art.
I managed to catch the last days of a fascinating exhibition dedicated to Pablo Picasso at Milan’s Palazzo Reale.
The Hayward Gallery’s latest offering, Light Show, explores the beauty of light, the ways in which it transforms space and how it can influence and alter perception.
In São Paulo, I visited the newest outpost of London’s White Cube gallery to check out its inaugural exhibition
I have always loved Lichtenstein’s work – particularly WHAAM!
A refreshing new art show sprang up in London this weekend. Art13 at Olympia is a large and impressive fair with a mix of over 100 galleries ranging from the established to the eclectic with a very strong international presence.
Walking through the New Museum of Contemporary Art’s latest exhibition is like travelling back in time to a different city altogether. The show, which runs through May, showcases the artists and themes of one of New York’s most culturally and politically
Last night I attended the Swarovski Whitechapel Gallery Art Plus Fashion Party.
JR is a mysterious French graffiti artist whose latest project “Inside Out” has wowed New York.
Up on the Highline in New York, the elevated railway line which has been turned into a public park and art space, is a new installation, Broken Bridge 11 which is a mass of rusted tin and shiny mirror clinging to the façade of a building.
A particularly sunny weekend in New York presented the perfect opportunity to visit Madison Square Park’s latest installation, “Red, Yellow and Blue” by Orly Genger.
Last Friday, Gillian and I ventured to Rockefeller Center to check out Ugo Rondinone’s outdoor art exhibition. Human Nature, which suggests a sort of urban Stonehenge, features nine 20-foot-tall stone figures, each of which abstractly depict the human fo
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