Taschen’s new 12 volume book Domus 1928-1999 was launched at B&B Italia on Thursday 19th October.
Last night Camron helped launch the preview of Jerwood: Free and Framed at The Wapping Project.
For the sixth year running, Camron organised the PR for the Daily Telegraph House & Garden Fair, the UK’s most prestigious interior and garden design event for consumers.
The Godfather of politically-conscious graffiti, Blek le Rat, created a unique piece of temporary artwork on the exterior of The Conran Shop’s Michelin Building in London
The London Design Festival was a great success this year with more visitors from overseas than in any previous year.
During Frieze, Meta organised an exhibition of their debut collection in the Mallett Showroom opposite Sotheby’s.
For the last few weeks, Camron has been working with Jules Wright, the owner and creative director of the Wapping Project
On Wednesday, B&B Italia’s flagship London store in the Brompton Design District hosted ‘Portraits’
SKITSCH’s London flagship store in the Brompton Design District hosted ‘Design Becomes Home.’
As part of London Design Festival 2010, EDC London hosted ‘The Skyline Edition.’
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.
Numerous exhibitions come to London but how many are outdoors, interactive and only spectacular in the dark?
Camron sent a team to Paris to spot emerging trends, new talent and inspiring ideas at this year’s Maison&Objet.
Mention the word graffiti and most people think of vandalism and defacement
The Michael Hoppen Gallery in Chelsea is paying homage to the photographers
Pesky parking tickets are nothing special, but while walking down Albemarle St
The new Gilbert & George exhibit at the Tate Modern
There is nothing like contemporary art. Danish artist Jeppe Hein
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.
I am a big fan of Diller Scofidio + Renfro so I went to see the new building for the ICA that opened in December. Immediately on the waterfront,
I have been a fan of Takashi Murakami since I saw an exhibition of his work at the Serpentine Gallery in 2002.
I was captivated by glass artist Kate Maestri’s exhibition at Craft Central.
Take a trip to the V&A to see the exhibition ‘Out of the Ordinary: Spectacular Craft’ which will be on until 17th February.
Last Friday I attended the press conference for La Maison Tropicale. Saved from the jungle of Brazzaville and brought to the banks of the Thames comes a legendary tropical villa.
Last week, I attended the inaugural showing of the Vanity Fair Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery
The Brit Insurance Designs of the Year is currently on at the Design Museum.
London-based, Italian-born designer Martino Gamper likes to cook; so much so that he frequently sets up his own guerrilla restaurants
I can not remember the last time I went to an exhibit that was so interesting, fun and exciting. Ten artists have been given their own space to transform how they wish both inside and out at the Hayward Gallery
Skin and Bones explores the growing overlap between fashion and architecture, the basic idea is that both buildings and clothing are a means to protect the body
The Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Commission has been of interest to us at Camron for many years now. This ongoing programme was set up by Julia Peyton Jones in 2000 to debut internationally acclaimed architects in London’s own Kensington Garden lawns.
The Royal College of Art graduate show is one not to be missed as there is always so much original talent displayed under one roof.
The Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef at the Hayward Gallery is an intriguing mix of art installation, craft, mathematics and environmental campaigning.
Liberty is renowned for its championing of 20th century furniture design. Now it has joined forces with influential art and design gallery Rocket to host an exhibition celebrating the furniture of Jens Risom
The Emperor Hadrian transformed the Roman Empire from AD 117-138, ruling over a vast territory across Europe, North Africa and Middle East.
Viktor & Rolf’s exhibition at the Barbican is awe inspiring; the famous Dutch Duo have created an autobiographical timeline of their collections and exhibited them in such a way that is both startling and enchanting.
The Victoria & Albert Museum is hosting an exhibition exploring the relationship between the two worlds of fashion and sport.
A huge contemporary rock sculpture by the artist Zhan Wang is on display under Sir Norman Foster’s stunning skylight in the Great Court of The British Museum.
China Landscape is a unique collaboration between Kew Gardens and the British Museum, bringing the beauty of the historic Kew Gardens into central London.
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.
We love David Adjaye’s stunning pavilion, created for the London Design Festival, which is drawing admiring crowds to its Southbank location.
100% Design, the UK’s leading contemporary interiors event took place at Earl’s Court this September. Attracting key manufacturers and designers from the UK and overseas
I popped down to the Truman Brewery to visit Tent London, a show which celebrates and sells the best in design.
Amanda and I went to a private view of Mark Rothko’s late paintings at the Tate Modern – and we loved it!
Last Tuesday I had the pleasure of attending the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea. The spectacular building has been thoroughly renovated with the most stunning seamless wood floors
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.
On Saturday I paid a visit to the Barbican to see Le Corbusier ‘The Art of Architecture.’ This extraordinary exhibition is the first major survey in London of one of the most influential architects of the 20th century.
Thursday I joined an über-cool East End crowd at Gallery FUMI for the debut of ‘Les French’, an exhibition by Studio Glithero.
On Friday Lily and I visited the Collect craft exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery.
In the cultural hub of London’s east end at The Old Truman Brewery, this year’s creative graduates are showcasing their work.
We went to the opening party for Super Contemporary at The Design Museum which was great fun with Wayne Hemmingway as the DJ for the evening.
While in Basel last week I found a moment to visit the incredible Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein in Germany.
Last night I went to the opening party of Telling Tales – an exhibition of ‘fantasy and fear in contemporary design’ at the V&A.
An artist who has kept his identity closely guarded throughout his career, yet has an international reputation for his provocative
Last weekend in Paris, Merci hosted a party to celebrate their latest exhibition. Italian designer Paola Navone transformed 1000 kg
You might have noticed the red and white dotted trees on the South Bank and wondered what is that all about?
On Tuesday, I attended the opening of the Pavilion of Art & Design in Berkeley Square. The show was absolutely buzzing with activity.
Anyone within a half mile of Regents Park could not miss the sheer mass of people crowding into to see the spectacular Frieze Art Fair.
Photographer Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio has landed at Somerset House so I headed down to check it out.
Form Matters, at The Design Museum, is David Chipperfield’s first UK exhibition. The show presents his sketches, photographs, miniature models
Damien Hirst’s ‘No Love Lost; Blue Paintings’ are currently on show at the Wallace Collection, so I checked them out.
There are so many ways in which artists strive to convey a sense of character, situation and relationships in their work.
Finally, the clouds parted and we glimpsed the sun! So I grabbed the opportunity to head down to the Design Real exhibition
This exhibition encapsulates the amazing technology of today and shows us the future with a dazzling array of new developments and the evolution of digital design.
We dashed over to the British History Museum to catch Moctezuma: Aztec Ruler. The exhibition featured numerous masterpieces of their culture
Galerie Karsten Greve in Paris is showing Claire Morgan’s remarkable work. The artist’s obsessively calculated and intricately crafted hanging
An impressive show of Chris Ofili’s work has just opened at Tate Britain.
The Saatchi Gallery’s project room features Emily Prince’s tribute to every American soldier killed in Iraq.
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.
Michael Landy has transformed the South London Gallery into Art Bin, a large perspex container for the disposal of art work.
This remarkable show runs until 11 April 2010 at the Wapping Project, the east London gallery
Ron Arad is not only a designer and architect but also an artist. Such a variety of forms in different materials have been created since 1981
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
The Craft Council’s annual fair, Collect, is in town again. Featuring more than 300 artists represented by 36 galleries from around the world
Opening today at the Wapping Project Bankside, is a provocative solo exhibition by the renowned American documentary photographer Susan Meiselas.
The Museum of London has completed a 20 million pounds redevelopment, opening the doors on five spectacular new galleries in one of the world’s greatest urban history museums.
A major exhibition celebrating one of fashion’s most influential and enigmatic fashion houses has opened at Somerset House.
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.
Yesterday I went to the Opening of Chorus, an immersive kinetic experience light and sound installation by United Visual Artists at The Wapping Project
Anthony Gormley’s new site-specific installation, Breathing Room III, has descended on The White Cube Mason’s Yard Gallery
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.
The Hamiltons Gallery in Mayfair has just opened a photography exhibition of David Bailey’s work.
We swung by Haunch of Venison last week to see the new exhibition; Psychopomps.
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.
This is the last week to discover the ‘Sustainable Futures’ exhibition at the Design Museum.
On Friday, I headed over to Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street which is playing host to an exhibition featuring works reflecting Picasso’s domestic life.
Last week I visited The New Decor exhibition at the Hayward Gallery. The first floor has been furnished with sculptures and installations which takes interior design as a point of departure.
I was in Gateshead and Newcastle last week and nipped into the wonderful Baltic Centre.
I was in Edinburgh last week to enjoy the glorious mayhem of the Festival and watch masses of Fringe shows.
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.
Tucked away in Primrose Hill, The Museum of Everything’s current show is a delight and a collectors’ paradise.
This week, the Camron interns visited the National Gallery to see Clive Head’s remarkable paintings of London.
For our last trip of the year, a group of us went to see the show on at 6 Burlington Gardens while doing some Christmas shopping.
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,
A display of fashion illustrators from the twentieth and twenty first century is on show at the Design Museum and brilliantly captures the changes in style and mood.
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.
Tate Britain’s new blockbuster show is a glorious celebration of this rather maligned medium. Watercolours
This new exhibition on at The Cooper Hewitt will run until June 5th and is worth a detour if you are in New York.
Timed to coincide with its purchase of department store De Bijenkorf, Selfridges’ Wonder Room plays host to a Dutch pop-up shop courtesy of curator Jane Withers.
With all the noise generated by Latin American art lately, Gabriel Orozco’s retrospective at Tate Modern is timely.
This week sees the launch of fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto’s installation-based retrospective at the V&A.
Running alongside the Yohji Yamamoto retrospective at the Victoria & Albert Museum are two further odes to the designer curated by Jules Wright
This month saw the opening of Glenn Ligon: AMERICA at the Whitney Museum. The show is the first comprehensive retrospective of Ligon
Last night saw the opening of an exhibition of the work of the seminal American fashion photographer Lillian Bassman
We were in Oslo last week, because we are supporting 100% Norway again and met some of the talented young designers who are participating this year.
Masters of Style – Celebrating the stories behind Italian Fashion is a fabulous exhibition at Somerset House.
This week, we checked out “Bespoke”, a gallery show at P.J.S. Exhibitions in New York.
The Serpentine’s latest installation is an intriguing cardboard labyrinth created by the Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto.
This week we stopped by one of our favorite New York shops, Kiosk, to check out their new collection of products from India.
Two new music-themed shows at Steven Kasher Gallery in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood are definitely worth checking out.
Stephen Burks’ “Are You a Hybrid?” at the Museum of Art and Design is part of MADProjects
Today I visited the LACOSTE photography exhibition at the Protein gallery in Shoreditch, tucked down Hewett Street.
Last night I went to the V&A for the opening of Power of Making, collaboration between the V&A and the Crafts Council.
When I first entered this exhibition I was greeted by interaction designer Cem Sever. Cem has worked with several tattoo artists to create Tattooar.
At Tate Modern, artist Tacita Dean has created the twelfth installation for the Unilever Series.
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
Dazed & Confused is celebrating its 20th birthday with an exhibition at Somerset house until 29th January 2012.
Japanese architecture and design group Nendo have transformed New York gallery Friedman Benda into a visually stunning interior landscape yet again.
After Sir Roy Strong indicated this exhibition at The National Gallery was going to be unmissable
One of the most beautiful pieces I saw is a sculpture by Henry Moore
Last night I went to Libby Sellers Gallery to the opening of ’Fortune’by Berlin based designer Mark Braun
Last night Central St Martins held a private view of ‘work in progress’ for postgraduate students specialising in textiles, industrial, product and communication design.
On Wednesday, Gallery Sprüth Magers hosted the opening of its latest show entitled Donald Judd Drawings, 1963 – 93.
Nestled in Hoxton Square is the gallery and book shop of the innovative Dutch digital agency KK Outlet.
Lisa and I went to the Gagosian Gallery in London which is currently holding a worldwide exhibition
While in Paris for Maison (and men’s fashion week) everyone was talking about Jean-Paul Goude’s retrospective at Les Arts Décoratifs
Yesterday, I checked out the new ‘Brain Activity’ exhibition by David Shrigley at The Hayward Gallery over at Southbank Centre.
On Tuesday night we headed over to one of our favourite London galleries, Gallery Libby Sellers.
If you head to the wonderful Halcyon Gallery on New Bond Street before 31st March
Yesterday, we went to the Lucian Freud Portraits exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
I recommend going for a relaxing drink in the cosy bar, The Old Shoreditch Station.
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 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
This weekend I paid a visit to the new Alighiero Boetti exhibition at The Tate Modern.
Gilbert & George’s ‘London Pictures’ combines contemporary art with newspaper headlines. The exhibition, which is the first one to be shown across all three of White Cube’s
Last weekend, I checked out the Cindy Sherman retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art.
I was lucky enough to be in Paris for a few days this week and couldn’t miss the Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs exhibition
One word summarises the much anticipated (and discussed) Damien Hirst retrospective: Fun. From an oversized ash tray
Kick-starting the year of celebrations, I was intrigued to visit the V&A’s new exhibition on British design over the last sixty years.
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.
Christian Louboutin’s retrospective at the Design Museum is a celebration of balance and beauty
The biggest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK in over 40 years provides a compelling portrait
This weekend the Saatchi Gallery in London once again hosted COLLECT, the Craft Council’s annual fair of museum
Bringing Parisian chic to Mayfair, Hermès celebrates its 175th anniversary with a fantastic celebration
Summer 2012 sees a celebration of all things Bauhaus with the Barbican’s retrospective on the famous design school.
Last weekend, I checked out “Space Program: Mars”, the new installation at the Park Avenue Armory created by artist Tom Sachs.
Thomas Heatherwick has designed a diversity of objects, from bridges to buses to buildings, now celebrated in an exhibition at the V&A.
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.
Last night, we went to the private view of Wallpaper*’s annual Architects Directory exhibition.
Gallery Libby Sellers has just launched a beautiful new exhibition called ‘Games’ to coincide with the Olympics.
Designing 007: Fifty years of Bond Style is a great way to mark James Bond’s fiftieth anniversary.
A project which allows for creative’s to work to a completely open brief always makes for an exciting exhibition.
Fernando Bryce: Drawing Modern History, currently on view at MALBA in Buenos Aires, gives a fantastic overview of the Peruvian artist’s work.
Christian Marclay’s extraordinary installation, “The Clock”, has just returned to New York for a second run
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.
Last night I went to Somerset House, the Olympic house of Brazil, the host country of the 2016 Olympics.
As a lover of all things classical, I was intrigued to visit this new multi-arts exhibition inspired by Titian’s Metamorphoses masterpieces.
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.
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
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 weekend, I checked out “Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900-2000,” the new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.
An exhibition of works by street artist Mr Brainwash, star of Exit Through the Gift Shop
Yesterday, Roberta, James and I visited the Titanic museum, Belfast. The building, which represents the height of the ship’s bow,
While under renovation, The Cooper Hewitt has installed “Graphic Design: Now In Production” on Governor’s Island
For this year’s London Design Festival, Gallery Libby Sellers is presenting an exhibition of exquisite glass works by
Last Friday, I went to the opening of Ivy Style at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan. The exhibition explores the “Ivy League look”
Last Sunday I visited the inauguration of P! Gallery on Broome Street in Manhattan’s lively Chinatown.
I was very lucky to be invited to the opening of the Biba exhibition last week
At the amazing 21_21 Design Sight space in the Roppongi Hills neighborhood in Tokyo
Among the most powerful installations at the Venice Architecture Biennale was for sure the U.S. Pavillion’s “Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good”
A late afternoon vaparetto ride to the island of San Giorgio Maggiore brought me to the spectacular Stanzo del Vetro
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.
Storefront for Art and Architecture’s current exhibition entitled ‘Past Futures, Present, Futures’ consists of 101 unrealized proposals for New York City
This beautifully curated exhibition reflects the years that Peter Lely spent in London.
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.
This fascinating exhibition at The Hayward Gallery features work by nine Chinese artists, each exploring ideas of transformation and impermanence
I’ve been tracking Su Blackwell’s work for a while, so I was excited to check out her new exhibition at Anthropologie’s Gallery on the Kings Road.
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.
Last week, I visited the ‘Hollywood Costumes’ exhibition at the V&A which explores the central role costume design plays in cinema storytelling.
Valentino: Master of Couture at Somerset House is a feast for the eyes.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Yesterday, I visited the new Man Ray retrospective at the National Portrait Gallery. Focusing on his work between 1920 and 1940,
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.
To become part of the permanent collection when the new site for the Design Museum opens in 2015, Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things provides a fascinating and beautifully curated journey through the key designs that have shaped the modern world.
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!
The Pompidou Centre in Paris currently presentsing a retrospective of the work of Irish artist, furniture designer and architect Eileen Gray (1878-1976).
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
While in Paris last week I was lucky enough to be a guest of Swarovski at the opening of the Paris Haute Couture exhibition at Hôtel de Ville.
A new pop-up shop, inspired by pop icon and superstar David Bowie, has just opened in Selfridges in collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum.
Curated by jewellery designer Stephen Webster, Rock Vault is an initiative launched by the British Fashion Council to support, promote and showcase the brightest new jewellery designers working in London.
Quite simply, this is an extraordinary, blockbuster show. Exploring the everyday lives of Romans, it features items which have never been seen outside Italy.
Now in its fourth year running, Pick Me Up at Somerset House is a definite must-see. The contemporary graphic arts festival is back for 11 days showcasing talent in graphic art, design and illustration from small start-ups to the elite.
Judy and I were privileged to visit the David Bowie Is exhibition at the V&A last night. Welcoming the visitors is one of Bowie’s quotes: “All art is unstable. There is no authoritative voice. There are only multiple readings”.
Doing a search on Camron is easy. Simply type one or more words in that best describe what you are looking for and hit return. To help you find what you want quickly, we have added items that will automatically appear as you are typing. If one pops up that you are looking for, then just select it and press enter.