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Camilla Fallon, Bluebell, 2020

Camilla Fallon
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This art work has been selected by art historian David Cohen, publisher and editor of Artcritical.com for inclusion in the benefit exhibition Pets of the Pandemic.  Alpha 137 Gallery is making no profit whatsoever on this exhibition: 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Best Friends Animal Society, and 50% of the proceeds will be paid to the artist.  All collectors who purchase works from this exhibition will receive a special code for a 20% discount off their next fine art purchase from www.alpha137gallery.com outside of the Pets of the Pandemic exhibition. 

Camilla Fallon

Bluebell, 2020

Pastel on Sennelier Pastel Card (Unique)

Measurements:

13 inches (vertical) x 14 inches (horizontal)

This work was cited for special commendation by the Pets of the Pandemic judge, art historian David Cohen, publisher and editor of Artcritical.com, with the comment,

"The sitter senses perhaps that the artist is having fun with materials and not beating up on herself in these challenging times."

 Artist Statement: Story of this Work:

"This particular artwork happened because I felt stuck drawing still lifes in my home studio during this lengthy lockdown.   I was delighted to find that I could draw Bluebell, our cat who hangs out with me when she runs away from my husband whenever he practices clarinet. Nice to draw a living creature three-quarter life size.  I've filled most days during the lockdown since March by drawing with pastel or pencil."

Camilla Fallon received her MA in Painting from the Yale University School of Art, her BFA from the Maryland Institute School of Art, and has also studied at the prestigious Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She was awarded a Residency Fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center and at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, New York. Fallon went on to teach at Parsons School of Design, and she has exhibited extensively New York - most recently at the New York Studio School alumni exhibition on Artsy. 
 
In May, 2020, Camilla was profiled in the fine art publication Hyperallergic for a feature article entitled, "A View from the Easel During the Times of Quarantine."  There, she described how Bluebell became her muse and model early on during quarantine. Below is the link to the Hyperallergic article, reproduced in text directly underneath. 
 
https://hyperallergic.com/567104/a-view-from-the-easel-during-times-of-quarantine-9/
 
"...During the first week of staying indoors, I made sketches of our cat. I began to use the extra bedroom as a studio. For nearly two years, I painted small pictures there, but this time I decided ahead of time to use dry media, so pastels and colored pencils would be it. I ordered three brands in small amounts to try out and struggled with paper textures, pastel mark-making — taking stock of the issues that come with a new medium. I set up a few familiar objects to draw at first, and then bought some tulips to add to it. Every year I paint flowers for a few weeks during the spring. Drawing or painting flowers is a nice break from whatever else I’m doing. It took center stage during this quarantine. I drew fruit on a plate with pastels, using a smaller format. Drawing food and fruit became slightly complicated by having to go to a grocery store more often than I wanted to. Sometimes I say to myself: “I wish this pastel were paint, it would be easier to get closer to the color I want.” Then I counter that with: “I love the texture, aren’t pastels more fun than paint?” I don’t know what it will feel like to go back to the studio. These drawings feel casual. The work in the studio feels riskier: it takes preparation, thought, planning, materials; it’s expensive to make, and takes much more time. My home studio makes for a more easeful approach"
 
CAMILLA FALLON RESUME


EDUCATION:
YALE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ART, MASTER OF FINE ARTS – PAINTING 1984
B.F.A. – Maryland Institute College of Art 1979
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 1978

EXHIBITIONS One and Two Person Shows
2014 University of South Carolina Aiken, – Etheridge Gallery,–solo
2002 Gilbert Gallery – Miss Porter’s School, Farmington, Ct. – solo, curated by Grier Torrence- Faculty
2002 New York Downtown Hospital – solo, funding provided by West Elm and nycappleseed
2002 Barbara Ann Levy Gallery: Fire Island, NY, “The Women in the House” – duo
2001 Civic Center Synagogue Gallery Space 49 White St., NYC – “Places and Personages”



EXHIBITIONS Selected Group Shows

2020 Artist Equity Gallery "Paradiso' jury included Jimmy Wright

2020 Studio School Alumni Show on Artsy

2020 Flatfile Gallery 8x8 open call, curated by Keith Schweitzer and Kay Sirikul

2020 Flatfile Gallery invited, inaugural show, curated by Keith Schweitzer and Kay Sirikul

2020 The Blues The Painting Center, curated by Lisa pressman and Kathy Cantwell 
2019  Flags for a New Land,  curated by Bascha Mon, The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster New Jersey, 
2019 Incise Echo and Repeat, Abrazo Gallery at The Clemente. 
2018 Fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Michael David Gallery. 
2018 The Painting Center: "Chain Reaction" Artists select Artists
2018 Blue Mountain Gallery: Juried Exhibition juror Betty Cuningham 
2017 National Arts Club: “The Warmth of Winter” curated by Dee Shapiro
2017 “Fifth Artists Valentine Exhibition, curated by Larry Walczack of Eyewash,– Renaissance Center, Erie, Pa.
2017 Surface 3: Arena Gallery – curated by Renee Riccardo at 440 Atlantic Avenue.
2016 ArtHillary Kathryn Markel Gallery
2016 Wrap Around 11: Laurie Rosenwald, Bruce Wall and Camilla Fallon: Arena Gallery – curated by Renee Riccardo
at 89 Fifth Ave Suite 806
2016 Seeking Space, Arts in Bushwick – curated by Julie Torres and Michael David.; David&Schweitzer Contemporary
2016 Tell Me a Story – curated by Anita Arliss and D.Dominick Lombardi, B Complex Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2015 Lesley Heller Gallery, Holiday Show
2015  Still Small, Palette Gallery, Asbury Park, New Jersey
2015 Arts in Bushwick, BOS
2015 Art and Visual AIDS – artists’ post card exhibition fundraiser at Sikkema Jenkins Gallery
2014 Arts in Bushwick, Auction
2013 Bowery Gallery Annual Juried Show; juror – Joan Snyder
2013 CATS – Studio Gallery, Easton PA, curated by Jackie Lima
2013 CATS – GAIA Gallery, 79 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY curated by Jackie Lima
2010 Painting Center – Winter Invitational
2010 Manhattanville College, Arthur M. Berger Art Gallery, Purchase, New York–
Found on Facebook: curated by gallery director Charles McGill
2010 The Great Nude Figurative Arts Fair, Roger Smith Hotel, New York, New York
2010 Spattered Columns-Arts Connect. 491 Broadway. NYC – MICA NYC Alumni Exhibition
2009 The New York Graduate School of Psychoanalysis & The Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies Dreamwork
2009 A Book About Death: artists’ post cards creating an unbound book about death.
Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery- 537 Broadway, NYC
2008 Leo Kesting Gallery– 812 Washington St., Meatpacking District,” Lincoln Capla and collection”
2008 Denise Bibro Gallery, Chelsea–“Winter Salon” group show of gallery and invited artists
2008 Affordable Art Fair– Metropolitan Pavilion, Chelsea New York, Artlog.com, featured Artist
2008 Bridge Art Fair– Miami, Wynwood, Barbara Ann Levy Gallery
2008 Williamsburg, Art and Historical Center: “John Milton and Paradise Lost”
2006 Kim Foster Gallery, Chelsea – “Menagerie” Chelsea–group show of gallery and invited artists
2006 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council – Group show sponsored by the LMCC at
CBRE Richard Ellis in Lower Manhattan
2005 Kim Foster Gallery – “Kim’s Tasting Menu” Chelsea–group show of gallery and invited artists
2005 Gallery100: Saratoga Springs, NY, “Group Show Gallery Artists”
2004 Civic Center Synagogue Gallery Space : 49 White St., NYC – “20th Anniversary”
2004 Inter City Arts: NYC, – “Sam Perspective” Group show concerning ‘memory’
2004 Capla and Kesting: Williamsburg, Brooklyn – “Small Works”
2003 Clayton Patterson Outlaw Museum, in conjunction with Capla and Kesting
2003 Capla and Kesting: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, – “Image vs. Color”
2003 Kim Foster Gallery – “Selections from the Collection” Chelsea
2003 Green Gallery: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, “Summer Show”
2002 WAH Center: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, “Strength in Numbers”
2001 Barbara Ann Levy Gallery: Fire Island, NY, “Summer Show
Camilla Fallon camillafallon@gmail.com http://camillafallon.com
2001 Maryland Institute College of Art: Alumni Show, Small Works”
1995 New York Academy of Figurative Art: Benefit Auction “Take Home a Nude”
1994 K&E Gallery: “Image in Paint”, 78 Grand St., NYC
1993 Visions of Angels; Nancy Driscoll Gallery, Sea Cliff, NY. 

FELLOWSHIPS:
1993 Vermont Studio Center – Residency Fellowship
1986 Yaddo – Saratoga Springs, New York
1985 Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweetbriar, Va.
1983 Yale University Teaching Assistantship Fellowship
1982 Yale University Scholarship
1982 Millay Colony, Austerlitz, NY
1982 MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire
1979 Reba Stewart Memorial Scholarship Maryland Institute College of Art
1978 Ford Foundation Grant
1978 Skowhegan Scholarship 

Collections:
Yale University, Richard Thompson, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, VirginiaCenter for the Creative Arts
Estate of Amy Clampitt, Yaddo, Approximately Thirty Private Collections 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE: 1994-83:
Parsons School of Design AAS Degree Program Instructor:
Perspective Drawing,1989-94,
Design Fundamentals 1992-93
1990 Visiting Artist, Silvermine Guild, SIlvermine, CT
1989-92: Studio in a School High School Program
1991-92 Metropolitan Museum Outreach Program
1988: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Visiting Artist–conducted eight workshops in figure painting throughout the state
including at the Virginia Museum
ß1984-83: Yale University Teaching Assistantship: Intermediate Drawing in Yale College


CURATORIAL
2019 Incise, Echo and Repeat_: On Fracturing in Painting, co-curators, Camilla Fallon & Kylie Heidenheimer, The Clemente’s Abrazo Gallery, New York, NY
https://www.inciseechoandrepeat.com
https://list.artcritical.com/features/012519?fbclid=IwAR01PEAy47EPsH-ksCgXuGGmpPiAxfIsvIqry996L_UgwMC7l50fTyLDVu0

TALKS AND DISCUSSIONS
2018: Transcender: talk at Brooklyn Fireproof organized by Sharilyn Neidhardt
2015: E2 Talk: organized by Linda Griggs at the Clemente Arts Center
2010:“Distinctions or Dichotomy?: Large Scale, Big Box Shows Versus Art Made Out of Intense Personal Necessity”, NYC panel discussion organized by Camilla Fallon, with Jill Conner, Lisa Beck, John Haber, Peter Reginato and Dennis Kardon– Dylan Hotel,
sponsored by Verge Art Fair 


WRITING and LINKS
2019: Press Prelease for Incise, Echo and Repeat, co-wrote with Kylie Heidenheimer https://www.inciseechoandrepeat.com/press-release/
2014: http://paintersonpaintings.com/2014/06/23/camilla-fallon-on-edouard-manet/
2014: http://painters-table.com/link/painters-paintings/camilla-fallon-edouard-manet-dead-toreador
2010: An Artist’s perspective on the Guggenheim. https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/a-second-perspective-the-guggenheim-by-camilla-fallon/
2010 Nicole Eisenman at Leo Koenig and Eric Fischl at Mary Boone in NYC-by Camilla Fallon
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/12/17/834/
2009 The Art Fairs
http://www.wpbnyc.net/2009/03/art-fairs-nyc-2009.html?view=mosaic
2009 NYC Gallery Update by Camilla Fallon
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/03/23/nyc-gallery-update-by-camilla-fallon/ 2009 Letter From Paris by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
http://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/06/30/letter-from-paris-by-camilla-fallon/
2009 A Great Day in the Springtime by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/05/20/a-great-day-in-the-springtime-by-camilla-fallon-nyc/
2009 Rear Projection, An Art Exhibition Review by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/05/01/rear-projection-an-art-exhibition-review-by-camilla-fallon-nyc/
2009 Cindy Sherman-A Review by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/04/15/cindy-sherman-a-review-by-camilla-fallon-nyc/


BIBLIOGRAPHY
2019 Art Critical Pick: 2019 Incise, Echo and Repeat_: On Fracturing in Painting, co-curators, Camilla Fallon & Kylie Heidenheimer, The Clemente’s Abrazo Gallery, New York, NY
2017 http://aubreylevinthal.blogspot.com/2017/09/painters-on-paintings.html
2014: mention http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-seed/skill-and-subtlety-a-conv_b_4867747.html
2012: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-seed/precise-paintings-painter_b_816515.html#s234253title =Karen_Azarnia_Walking
2010: VIDEO: talking about my work.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnkHv3Fq4ak
2009: Interview with Qi Peng of the Salt Lake City Examiner https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/02/23/assasination-camilla-fallon-artist/
2009 http://www.balgallery.com/Gallery/Artist_of_The_Month-Camilla_Fallon__%22Whose_Zoomin_ Who%22/Artist_of_ the_ Month-Camilla_Fallon__%22Whose_Zoomin_Who%22.html
2009 http://mkdiehl.wordpress.com/2009/07/12/in-the-flesh
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This art work has been selected by art historian David Cohen, publisher and editor of Artcritical.com for inclusion in the benefit exhibition Pets of the Pandemic.  Alpha 137 Gallery is making no profit whatsoever on this exhibition: 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Best Friends Animal Society, and 50% of the proceeds will be paid to the artist.  All collectors who purchase works from this exhibition will receive a special code for a 20% discount off their next fine art purchase from www.alpha137gallery.com outside of the Pets of the Pandemic exhibition. 

Camilla Fallon

Bluebell, 2020

Pastel on Sennelier Pastel Card (Unique)

Measurements:

13 inches (vertical) x 14 inches (horizontal)

This work was cited for special commendation by the Pets of the Pandemic judge, art historian David Cohen, publisher and editor of Artcritical.com, with the comment,

"The sitter senses perhaps that the artist is having fun with materials and not beating up on herself in these challenging times."

 Artist Statement: Story of this Work:

"This particular artwork happened because I felt stuck drawing still lifes in my home studio during this lengthy lockdown.   I was delighted to find that I could draw Bluebell, our cat who hangs out with me when she runs away from my husband whenever he practices clarinet. Nice to draw a living creature three-quarter life size.  I've filled most days during the lockdown since March by drawing with pastel or pencil."

Camilla Fallon received her MA in Painting from the Yale University School of Art, her BFA from the Maryland Institute School of Art, and has also studied at the prestigious Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She was awarded a Residency Fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center and at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, New York. Fallon went on to teach at Parsons School of Design, and she has exhibited extensively New York - most recently at the New York Studio School alumni exhibition on Artsy. 
 
In May, 2020, Camilla was profiled in the fine art publication Hyperallergic for a feature article entitled, "A View from the Easel During the Times of Quarantine."  There, she described how Bluebell became her muse and model early on during quarantine. Below is the link to the Hyperallergic article, reproduced in text directly underneath. 
 
https://hyperallergic.com/567104/a-view-from-the-easel-during-times-of-quarantine-9/
 
"...During the first week of staying indoors, I made sketches of our cat. I began to use the extra bedroom as a studio. For nearly two years, I painted small pictures there, but this time I decided ahead of time to use dry media, so pastels and colored pencils would be it. I ordered three brands in small amounts to try out and struggled with paper textures, pastel mark-making — taking stock of the issues that come with a new medium. I set up a few familiar objects to draw at first, and then bought some tulips to add to it. Every year I paint flowers for a few weeks during the spring. Drawing or painting flowers is a nice break from whatever else I’m doing. It took center stage during this quarantine. I drew fruit on a plate with pastels, using a smaller format. Drawing food and fruit became slightly complicated by having to go to a grocery store more often than I wanted to. Sometimes I say to myself: “I wish this pastel were paint, it would be easier to get closer to the color I want.” Then I counter that with: “I love the texture, aren’t pastels more fun than paint?” I don’t know what it will feel like to go back to the studio. These drawings feel casual. The work in the studio feels riskier: it takes preparation, thought, planning, materials; it’s expensive to make, and takes much more time. My home studio makes for a more easeful approach"
 
CAMILLA FALLON RESUME


EDUCATION:
YALE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ART, MASTER OF FINE ARTS – PAINTING 1984
B.F.A. – Maryland Institute College of Art 1979
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 1978

EXHIBITIONS One and Two Person Shows
2014 University of South Carolina Aiken, – Etheridge Gallery,–solo
2002 Gilbert Gallery – Miss Porter’s School, Farmington, Ct. – solo, curated by Grier Torrence- Faculty
2002 New York Downtown Hospital – solo, funding provided by West Elm and nycappleseed
2002 Barbara Ann Levy Gallery: Fire Island, NY, “The Women in the House” – duo
2001 Civic Center Synagogue Gallery Space 49 White St., NYC – “Places and Personages”



EXHIBITIONS Selected Group Shows

2020 Artist Equity Gallery "Paradiso' jury included Jimmy Wright

2020 Studio School Alumni Show on Artsy

2020 Flatfile Gallery 8x8 open call, curated by Keith Schweitzer and Kay Sirikul

2020 Flatfile Gallery invited, inaugural show, curated by Keith Schweitzer and Kay Sirikul

2020 The Blues The Painting Center, curated by Lisa pressman and Kathy Cantwell 
2019  Flags for a New Land,  curated by Bascha Mon, The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster New Jersey, 
2019 Incise Echo and Repeat, Abrazo Gallery at The Clemente. 
2018 Fundraiser for Planned Parenthood Michael David Gallery. 
2018 The Painting Center: "Chain Reaction" Artists select Artists
2018 Blue Mountain Gallery: Juried Exhibition juror Betty Cuningham 
2017 National Arts Club: “The Warmth of Winter” curated by Dee Shapiro
2017 “Fifth Artists Valentine Exhibition, curated by Larry Walczack of Eyewash,– Renaissance Center, Erie, Pa.
2017 Surface 3: Arena Gallery – curated by Renee Riccardo at 440 Atlantic Avenue.
2016 ArtHillary Kathryn Markel Gallery
2016 Wrap Around 11: Laurie Rosenwald, Bruce Wall and Camilla Fallon: Arena Gallery – curated by Renee Riccardo
at 89 Fifth Ave Suite 806
2016 Seeking Space, Arts in Bushwick – curated by Julie Torres and Michael David.; David&Schweitzer Contemporary
2016 Tell Me a Story – curated by Anita Arliss and D.Dominick Lombardi, B Complex Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2015 Lesley Heller Gallery, Holiday Show
2015  Still Small, Palette Gallery, Asbury Park, New Jersey
2015 Arts in Bushwick, BOS
2015 Art and Visual AIDS – artists’ post card exhibition fundraiser at Sikkema Jenkins Gallery
2014 Arts in Bushwick, Auction
2013 Bowery Gallery Annual Juried Show; juror – Joan Snyder
2013 CATS – Studio Gallery, Easton PA, curated by Jackie Lima
2013 CATS – GAIA Gallery, 79 Hudson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY curated by Jackie Lima
2010 Painting Center – Winter Invitational
2010 Manhattanville College, Arthur M. Berger Art Gallery, Purchase, New York–
Found on Facebook: curated by gallery director Charles McGill
2010 The Great Nude Figurative Arts Fair, Roger Smith Hotel, New York, New York
2010 Spattered Columns-Arts Connect. 491 Broadway. NYC – MICA NYC Alumni Exhibition
2009 The New York Graduate School of Psychoanalysis & The Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies Dreamwork
2009 A Book About Death: artists’ post cards creating an unbound book about death.
Emily Harvey Foundation Gallery- 537 Broadway, NYC
2008 Leo Kesting Gallery– 812 Washington St., Meatpacking District,” Lincoln Capla and collection”
2008 Denise Bibro Gallery, Chelsea–“Winter Salon” group show of gallery and invited artists
2008 Affordable Art Fair– Metropolitan Pavilion, Chelsea New York, Artlog.com, featured Artist
2008 Bridge Art Fair– Miami, Wynwood, Barbara Ann Levy Gallery
2008 Williamsburg, Art and Historical Center: “John Milton and Paradise Lost”
2006 Kim Foster Gallery, Chelsea – “Menagerie” Chelsea–group show of gallery and invited artists
2006 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council – Group show sponsored by the LMCC at
CBRE Richard Ellis in Lower Manhattan
2005 Kim Foster Gallery – “Kim’s Tasting Menu” Chelsea–group show of gallery and invited artists
2005 Gallery100: Saratoga Springs, NY, “Group Show Gallery Artists”
2004 Civic Center Synagogue Gallery Space : 49 White St., NYC – “20th Anniversary”
2004 Inter City Arts: NYC, – “Sam Perspective” Group show concerning ‘memory’
2004 Capla and Kesting: Williamsburg, Brooklyn – “Small Works”
2003 Clayton Patterson Outlaw Museum, in conjunction with Capla and Kesting
2003 Capla and Kesting: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, – “Image vs. Color”
2003 Kim Foster Gallery – “Selections from the Collection” Chelsea
2003 Green Gallery: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, “Summer Show”
2002 WAH Center: Williamsburg, Brooklyn, “Strength in Numbers”
2001 Barbara Ann Levy Gallery: Fire Island, NY, “Summer Show
Camilla Fallon camillafallon@gmail.com http://camillafallon.com
2001 Maryland Institute College of Art: Alumni Show, Small Works”
1995 New York Academy of Figurative Art: Benefit Auction “Take Home a Nude”
1994 K&E Gallery: “Image in Paint”, 78 Grand St., NYC
1993 Visions of Angels; Nancy Driscoll Gallery, Sea Cliff, NY. 

FELLOWSHIPS:
1993 Vermont Studio Center – Residency Fellowship
1986 Yaddo – Saratoga Springs, New York
1985 Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweetbriar, Va.
1983 Yale University Teaching Assistantship Fellowship
1982 Yale University Scholarship
1982 Millay Colony, Austerlitz, NY
1982 MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, New Hampshire
1979 Reba Stewart Memorial Scholarship Maryland Institute College of Art
1978 Ford Foundation Grant
1978 Skowhegan Scholarship 

Collections:
Yale University, Richard Thompson, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, VirginiaCenter for the Creative Arts
Estate of Amy Clampitt, Yaddo, Approximately Thirty Private Collections 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE: 1994-83:
Parsons School of Design AAS Degree Program Instructor:
Perspective Drawing,1989-94,
Design Fundamentals 1992-93
1990 Visiting Artist, Silvermine Guild, SIlvermine, CT
1989-92: Studio in a School High School Program
1991-92 Metropolitan Museum Outreach Program
1988: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts: Visiting Artist–conducted eight workshops in figure painting throughout the state
including at the Virginia Museum
ß1984-83: Yale University Teaching Assistantship: Intermediate Drawing in Yale College


CURATORIAL
2019 Incise, Echo and Repeat_: On Fracturing in Painting, co-curators, Camilla Fallon & Kylie Heidenheimer, The Clemente’s Abrazo Gallery, New York, NY
https://www.inciseechoandrepeat.com
https://list.artcritical.com/features/012519?fbclid=IwAR01PEAy47EPsH-ksCgXuGGmpPiAxfIsvIqry996L_UgwMC7l50fTyLDVu0

TALKS AND DISCUSSIONS
2018: Transcender: talk at Brooklyn Fireproof organized by Sharilyn Neidhardt
2015: E2 Talk: organized by Linda Griggs at the Clemente Arts Center
2010:“Distinctions or Dichotomy?: Large Scale, Big Box Shows Versus Art Made Out of Intense Personal Necessity”, NYC panel discussion organized by Camilla Fallon, with Jill Conner, Lisa Beck, John Haber, Peter Reginato and Dennis Kardon– Dylan Hotel,
sponsored by Verge Art Fair 


WRITING and LINKS
2019: Press Prelease for Incise, Echo and Repeat, co-wrote with Kylie Heidenheimer https://www.inciseechoandrepeat.com/press-release/
2014: http://paintersonpaintings.com/2014/06/23/camilla-fallon-on-edouard-manet/
2014: http://painters-table.com/link/painters-paintings/camilla-fallon-edouard-manet-dead-toreador
2010: An Artist’s perspective on the Guggenheim. https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/a-second-perspective-the-guggenheim-by-camilla-fallon/
2010 Nicole Eisenman at Leo Koenig and Eric Fischl at Mary Boone in NYC-by Camilla Fallon
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/12/17/834/
2009 The Art Fairs
http://www.wpbnyc.net/2009/03/art-fairs-nyc-2009.html?view=mosaic
2009 NYC Gallery Update by Camilla Fallon
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/03/23/nyc-gallery-update-by-camilla-fallon/ 2009 Letter From Paris by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
http://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/06/30/letter-from-paris-by-camilla-fallon/
2009 A Great Day in the Springtime by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/05/20/a-great-day-in-the-springtime-by-camilla-fallon-nyc/
2009 Rear Projection, An Art Exhibition Review by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/05/01/rear-projection-an-art-exhibition-review-by-camilla-fallon-nyc/
2009 Cindy Sherman-A Review by Camilla Fallon-NYC posted in North Atlantic Corridor Arts
https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/04/15/cindy-sherman-a-review-by-camilla-fallon-nyc/


BIBLIOGRAPHY
2019 Art Critical Pick: 2019 Incise, Echo and Repeat_: On Fracturing in Painting, co-curators, Camilla Fallon & Kylie Heidenheimer, The Clemente’s Abrazo Gallery, New York, NY
2017 http://aubreylevinthal.blogspot.com/2017/09/painters-on-paintings.html
2014: mention http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-seed/skill-and-subtlety-a-conv_b_4867747.html
2012: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-seed/precise-paintings-painter_b_816515.html#s234253title =Karen_Azarnia_Walking
2010: VIDEO: talking about my work.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnkHv3Fq4ak
2009: Interview with Qi Peng of the Salt Lake City Examiner https://wpbnyc.wordpress.com/2009/02/23/assasination-camilla-fallon-artist/
2009 http://www.balgallery.com/Gallery/Artist_of_The_Month-Camilla_Fallon__%22Whose_Zoomin_ Who%22/Artist_of_ the_ Month-Camilla_Fallon__%22Whose_Zoomin_Who%22.html
2009 http://mkdiehl.wordpress.com/2009/07/12/in-the-flesh

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Weight: 1.00 LBS
Width: 14.00
Height: 13.00
Depth: 0.20
Max Purchase Qty: 1 unit
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