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2023 New Editions: Cameron Martin

Posted on May 11, 2023 in News
2023 New Editions: Cameron Martin

For fifteen years, Cameron Martin painted highly produced landscapes in restrained color palettes. The later paintings from this era include multiple borders, geometric overlays, and assertive framing devices that indicate that the act of representation was not the primary intention of the work. Rather, Martin was examining various conventions of picturing. Just as he had […]

[Read] ArtForum – Close Up: Within Limits – Suzanne Hudson on Cameron Martin’s new paintings

Posted on Apr 1, 2022 in News
[Read] ArtForum – <em>Close Up: Within Limits</em> – Suzanne Hudson on Cameron Martin’s new paintings

Cameron Martin, Deluge, 2021. Image courtesy ArtForum. Suzanne Hudson wrote an in-depth review of Cameron Martin’s new paintings for the April 2022 issue of ArtForum. Read the article to hear her perspective on Martin’s shift from painting recognizable landscape-based work to non-objective images and what elements of his work have remained consistent despite this change. […]

[Read] Cameron Martin: Abstracts University of Albany University Art Museum exhibition

Posted on Jun 30, 2017 in News
[Read] <em>Cameron Martin: Abstracts</em> University of Albany University Art Museum exhibition

Cameron Martin: Abstracts, installation view. Image courtesy University of Albany University Art Museum. In 2017, the University of Albany University Art Museum presented Cameron Martin: Abstracts, a group of paintings by Martin that resulted from a re-engaged sense of play and the freedom to entertain productive failure in his studio practice. These non-objective paintings discuss […]

[Read] Brooklyn Rail – Cameron Martin interview with Greg Lindquist

Posted on Feb 11, 2011 in News
[Read] Brooklyn Rail – Cameron Martin interview with Greg Lindquist

Portrait of the artist. Pencil on paper by Phong Bui. On the occasion of the painter’s exhibition Bracket at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery (February 23  –  April 23, 2011), Cameron Martin took a break at his Greenpoint, Brooklyn studio for Rail Art Books in Review Editor Greg Lindquist to visit and discuss his life and work. Click here to […]