43 x 34 x 7 cm
Born in Toulouse, self-taught, Gerard Cambon leads us into a composite and poetic universe, made of unusual assemblies recreating an urban landscape. Man becomes an actor in a puppet theatre. His works travel the world, between group exhibitions and fairs, between Paris and the United States. Judy Saslow Gallery opened its doors to him in 2005 and The Outsider Art Fair in New York in 2001. In Paris, the galleries Béatrice Soulié and Tréger have defended his works, and the Révélations fair has lent him its walls. Not to mention the tribunes devoted to him by the New York Times and the Figaro. Gérard Cambon is now a recognized artist with a rich and constantly evolving career.