Camilla Fallon

Exhibition "2021"

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Camilla Fallon graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art, attended the Skowhegan School and is an M.F.A. graduate of the Yale University School of Art. Camilla Fallon shows her work at scattered venues around NYC most recently at the Equity Gallery on Broome Street in NYC, the Studio School Alumni Show on Artsy in July and The Painting Center in January 2020. In 2019 Camilla co-curated a show with Kylie Heidenheimer about fractured and fragmented space in contemporary painting entitled Incise, Echo and Repeat at the Abrazo gallery at the The Clemente Center on the Lower East Side in Manhattan. Early in her career received many artist fellowships notably from Yaddo and the MacDowell Colony. In 2014, Camilla had a solo show at the University of South Carolina. Camilla taught at the Parsons School of Design for several years in the 1990's.


I feel a relationship through pattern and physical space. In Painting, my engagement ultimately in some way relates back to the physical position of the body in space. The transparencies of late, or seeing through the glass is a new theme, something that I've only begun to explore in 2018. There is no end to the things that happen visually within the glass, any change behind or around it is a whole new circumstance. It is like water, ever changing and challenging to paint.


Year: 2019

Materials: oil on linen

Size: 24 x 24 x 2 inches


Year: 2018

Materials: oil on linen

Size: 24 x 24 x 2 inches


As a celebration that 2020 has ended and that a new year is here, FLATFILE has launched a new online program title, simply: "2021."

We invited artists to participate through a rolling open call, which remains open for the entirety of this year. From these submissions, our jury panel carefully selects new works to present on FLATFILE, with new works added throughout all of 2021.

The price of each artwork is a flat $2,021,

a discounted price from the actual value of each work, offered here, exclusively.

2021: Francine Perlman
Jordan Buschur
Sunny Chapman