Camille Hoffman

Camille Hoffman beautifully applies paint and mixed media to create collaged worlds that are fantastically mesmerizing, while also grounded and painterly. Her works inhabit a liminal space walking the line between realistic and other-worldly; timely and eternal.
— New American Paintings

News and Press Coverage

Gallery 6/67 is proud to share that Camille recently had her first solo exhibition in New York and was selected to participate in the Queens Museum Biennial.

SOLO SHOW: Rockabye My Bedrock Bones

Queens International biennial - October 2018

Established in 2002, the Queens International highlights the contemporary cultural production of communities in the borough. Organized by Sophia Marisa Lucas, assistant curator at the Queens Museum, and the New York–based performance artist Baseera Khan, this year’s edition will explore systems of knowledge production in the digital and analog realms. Taking inspiration from the historical emergence of the public library and its ability to confront cultural changes brought about by the internet, “Volumes” will focus on the role of artists as “professional non-specialists” who are able to encapsulate our everyday virtual lives.

“In the Studio: Process of a Painting with Camille Hoffman,” New American Paintings

Camille Hoffman: Piecable Kingdom,” The New Yorker

"Queens Museum Announces Artists Participating in its Upcoming Biennial,” Artforum

“EP 023: CAMILLE HOFFMAN,” William Jess Laird

“Camille Hoffman: Art, Cultural Identity, and Polly Pockets” by Tatiana Gallardo, YHMMAG

“Pieceable Kingdom Presents Layered Meanings at the Museum of Arts and Design” by Chandra Noyes, Art and Object

“The 5 Gallery Shows to See in New York This Summer” by Margaret Carrigan, Observer

“Co-Op High School’s Artist-in-Residence Ready to Create with Students,” New Haven Register

“Camille Hoffman,” Wave Hill