Recent Work


Louis Cameron, Galerie Michael Janssen, Berlin, February 2022

(solo exhibition)



An Overwhelming Illusion, Paris Photo 2021 (group exhibition)

Confessions of the Century, Broodthaers Society of America, New York (group exhibition)

Works on Paper, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis (group exhibition)


The I AM ... portfolio is a group of posters addressing the recent violence against Black men and disregard for their lives in the United States. The title refers to rally calls and protest chants from the 1960's to the present: I AM A MAN, I am Somebody, I am Trayvon Martin. Trayvon Martin is important in that his death and the lack of indictment of his killer has sparked a national conversation on the violence against and disregard for Black people's lives. The killing of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and the many subsequent documented violent acts against Black men, women, and children has intensified the conversation. At this moment when violence against Black people is center stage in the current American cultural conversation presenting  a project by black male artists can offer valuable insights on the discourse.


Participating artists:


Derrick Adams

Edgar Arceneaux

Sanford Biggers

Louis Cameron

Rico Gatson

Kojo Griffin

Robert Hodge

Rashid Johnson

Arnold Joseph Kemp

Shaun Leonardo

Lester Julian Merriweather

Meleko Mokgosi

Demetrius Oliver


Proximity, Wilding Cran Gallery, Los Angeles (group exhibition)