Image Alt

News

    Welcome to CAMP Conversations, an editorial space brought to you by The Contemporary Art Modern Project! At The CAMP, we’re firm believers in the power of the intimate relationship between art and those who love art, and we’re happy to champion it in our approach to a nearly-inaccessible industry. CAMP Conversations are written to promote thoughtful dialogue exploring the art industry embedded with our sophisticated brand of snark, involving artists, gallery employees, and our beloved audience.   Clara Fialho is a well known artist known extensively across the globe for her abstract art. Her use of colors, technique and perception speak in

  Welcome to CAMP Perspectives, an editorial space brought to you by The Contemporary Art Modern Project! At The CAMP, we’re firm believers in the power of the intimate relationship between art and those who love art, and we’re happy to champion it in our approach to a nearly-inaccessible industry. CAMP Perspectives are written by those within our community: the CAMP Gang, interns, artists, friends, and folks who share our curiosity and passion for expression. It’s all about embodying the signature CAMP lens through which we honor, explore, and investigate the art we’re drawn to.   The article below is a sneak peak

    Whether it is sculpting, painting, photography, design or fashion, even if someone once said that “the medium is the message”, within an artistic production there can often be a tendency towards a specific narrative, which is visceral and detached from the media that is used to express it. Stefano Ogliari Badessi (S.O.B.), opens up a world of joint ventures and collective collaborations, whilst always gravitating around the themes of nomadism and strayness.    Born in Crema (Italy) in 1984, S.O.B. was formed at the “Brera Fine Arts Academy” in Milano, and spent a year studying at the Fine Arts Academy in Seville,

Last March, we were in New York for SPRING / BREAK during New York’s winter art week—this March though has been quite different from that experience! It was an interesting month with new artists joining our roster, new ideas brewing in the minds and offices of the CAMP, and a new look on social media, and always a new gallery exhibition.   In March, the gallery saw works from Miami-based artist Carlos Rancaño. Curated by Gabriel Torres, Intimacy and Introversion dressed the walls with intimate moments of introspection, something many of us have been doing for a year now! Isn’t it interesting

Ipsis Litteris: Latin expression translating to "by the same letters," "literally," or "in the same words."     I have always loved the idea of idioms. How they communicate such a specific feeling while never being literal fascinates me. Idioms, at their most basic conception, sound like the purest anthesis to clear and precise communications: they are not about being precise with words but with an idea.    Due to their non-literal nature, it is often very difficult, or even impossible, to translate idiomatic expressions. For this exact reason, idioms give an insight into different cultures. The way in which a community constructs these expressions

  Welcome to CAMP Conversations, an editorial space brought to you by The Contemporary Art Modern Project! At The CAMP, we’re firm believers in the power of the intimate relationship between art and those who love art, and we’re happy to champion it in our approach to a nearly-inaccessible industry. CAMP Conversations are written to promote thoughtful dialogue exploring the art industry embedded with our sophisticated brand of snark, involving artists, gallery employees, and our beloved audience.   CAMP spotlight artist and fine art photographer Ellen Friedlander was included in our recent online exhibition, The Fragmented Frame, a collection of photography works over

  At The CAMP, we're not just interested in the the business of art. Sure, there's a wonderful feeling when we make a sale because it encourages the artists we work with and validates our dreams of growing into the platform we know we're meant to be, but it's bigger than that. What we're interested in is art—full stop. The CAMP revolves around a serious love for artistic expression and along with that comes serious people who are just as beautiful as their creation.   This is Introducing, a series of questions and answers sent to the latest artists joining The CAMP and The

  At The CAMP, we're not just interested in the the business of art. Sure, there's a wonderful feeling when we make a sale because it encourages the artists we work with and validates our dreams of growing into the platform we know we're meant to be, but it's bigger than that. What we're interested in is art—full stop. The CAMP revolves around a serious love for artistic expression and along with that comes serious people who are just as beautiful as their creation.   This is Introducing, a series of questions and answers sent to the latest artists joining The CAMP and The

  At The CAMP, we're not just interested in the the business of art. Sure, there's a wonderful feeling when we make a sale because it encourages the artists we work with and validates our dreams of growing into the platform we know we're meant to be, but it's bigger than that. What we're interested in is art—full stop. The CAMP revolves around a serious love for artistic expression and along with that comes serious people who are just as beautiful as their creation.   This is Introducing, a series of questions and answers sent to the latest artists joining The CAMP and The

  At The CAMP, we're not just interested in the the business of art. Sure, there's a wonderful feeling when we make a sale because it encourages the artists we work with and validates our dreams of growing into the platform we know we're meant to be, but it's bigger than that. What we're interested in is art—full stop. The CAMP revolves around a serious love for artistic expression and along with that comes serious people who are just as beautiful as their creation.   To kick off 2021, we're bringing you a new CAMPerspectives series: Introducing.   In this series, you'll learn about artists