On Wednesday, B&B Italia’s flagship London store in the Brompton Design District hosted ‘Portraits’
I went to the Design Museum this week and was totally blown away by the Tim Walker exhibition which is on until the 28th of September.
This remarkable show runs until 11 April 2010 at the Wapping Project, the east London gallery
Opening today at the Wapping Project Bankside, is a provocative solo exhibition by the renowned American documentary photographer Susan Meiselas.
The Hamiltons Gallery in Mayfair has just opened a photography exhibition of David Bailey’s work.
Valentina and I went to the Design Museum in London to catch up with the last week of this photographic show by architect David Adjaye.
The White Cube Gallery is currently showing an evocative series of black-and-white photographs by Gregory Crewdson.
Albert Watson has made his mark as one of the world’s most successful fashion and commercial photographers.
Eadweard Muybridge was an eccentric Victorian photographer who is most famous for his remarkable studies into human and animal motion.
Cindy Sherman has returned to London with a new photographic exhibition at Spruth Magers gallery.
Robert Mapplethorpe is an icon of the American avant-garde in the late twentieth century,
Last night saw the opening of an exhibition of the work of the seminal American fashion photographer Lillian Bassman
Two new music-themed shows at Steven Kasher Gallery in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood are definitely worth checking out.
Behind a spray-painted door, in a run-down former electronics supply store on Canal Street in New York, artist Terence Koh
While on the West Coast of Canada on Vancouver Island, I went searching for bears.
Today I visited the LACOSTE photography exhibition at the Protein gallery in Shoreditch, tucked down Hewett Street.
Dazed & Confused is celebrating its 20th birthday with an exhibition at Somerset house until 29th January 2012.
Nestled in Hoxton Square is the gallery and book shop of the innovative Dutch digital agency KK Outlet.
This weekend, I checked out Alec Soth’s “Broken Manual,” a new photo exhibition at Sean Kelly Gallery in Chelsea.
Last Friday a few of us visited the Spirovieri Gallery, tucked away off Regent Street to see a solo exhibition by Ukrainian photographer, Boris Mikhailov
Last weekend, I checked out the Cindy Sherman retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art.
Here at Camron, we’ve all been swept up by the excitement of the Jubi-lympics so Neil and I were delighted to visit Barbara Chandler’s new Celebration! exhibition at Pitfield London.
Although the New York Camron team wasn’t able to attend the Olympics in person, we were excited to view The Post-Olympic City exhibition
Last Sunday I visited the inauguration of P! Gallery on Broome Street in Manhattan’s lively Chinatown.
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.
You don’t have to be a Chanel enthusiast to appreciate Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld’s photographic Little Black Jacket Exhibition
If you want an exhibition which will inspire to create something then Somerset House is the place to go.
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
Fashion photographer Bruno Bisang first fell in love with the art and glamour of photography by staring at movie posters as a small boy in Switzerland.
Yesterday, I visited the new Man Ray retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery. Focusing on his work between 1920 and 1940,
The bustling National Theatre foyer is currently playing host to a stunning exhibition by celebrated fashion photographer, Norman Parkinson.
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