Each month, Love Camden highlights an object from the Camden Art Collection that ties in with the cultural agenda across the borough of Camden. This month: Barbara Hepworth.
Interview with Shobana Jeyasingh to accompany her forthcoming show Material Men Redux at The Place from 28-29 April 2017
A new National Lottery Funded exhibition at Camden Local Studies and Archives Centre explores the legacy of the prolific Camden-based Indian painter Lancelot Ribeiro (1933-2010). This exhibition is part of the Retracing Ribeiro project and Camden’s 2017 India arts programme.
To celebrate the rich cultural exchange between India and the UK, we are launching Project Paisley as part of Camden Kalã and inviting communities and visitors of all ages to take part in designing a unique Paisley pattern for Camden.
A 65-strong flashmob staged a friendly invasion of Camden Town Hall to celebrate last February’s LGBT History Month – in a video featuring the mayors of Islington and Camden.
Simon Waller is a filmmaker and photographer based in London. He has a number of international clients, including television broadcasters, advertising agencies, charities and FTSE listed companies. He specialises in delivering branded content, documentary films, short form high quality films and photography.
For International Women’s Day, our Love Camden editors attended Creativity in the Spotlight for International Women’s Day, a full day programme that engaged with women in the arts, taking place on the 8 March 2017 at the Arlington House Conference Centre. The full day event celebrated women in the arts, media and creative industries through talks, screenings and networking opportunities.
Co-curated by House of Illustration’s Olivia Ahmad with Isabelle Bricknall – Brocklehurst’s model and muse, this major retrospective exhibits a prolific output that has been little seen until now. 100 figurative portraits chronicle the subversion of subculture, exploring gender, sexuality and identity.
Each month, Love Camden highlights an object from the Camden Art Collection that ties in with the cultural agenda across the borough of Camden. This month: John Craxton.
Key artworks from the Camden Art Collection were 3D-printed to produce a 'Museum in a Box' which toured to libraries across Camden and Great Ormond Street Hospital in April 2017 and are now part of the exhibition 'Points of Contact: The Camden Art Collection Unboxed' at Swiss Cottage Gallery.