Camilla Huey: Artist
Camilla Huey (born 1956) is an American artist currently living and working in
New York City. Camilla has had a varied career in fashion and art with exhibitions
such as “The Loves of Aaron Burr: Portraits in Corsetry & Binding” at the
Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum and “Tandem Pursuits” at Wavehill’s Glyndor
Gallery both in 2013.
She has exhibited hats to benefit the Bard Graduate Center opening "Hats: An Anthology" by Stephen Jones in 2012. Her work is also showcased in the Absolut "Ephemera" Millennium Calendar 2000. She was invited
by Ettore Sottsass to exhibit in "Memphis in Memphis" in 1984. Camilla has designed
couture for private clientele, film, theatre, opera, ballet as well as advertising and editorial. Her
work has appeared in Vogue, Blouin ArtInfo,
The New York Times & New York Magazine.
Huey currently creates portraits at The House
of Execution in New York City, and is preparing
for upcoming exhibitions to be announced.
SELECT SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2013 The Loves of Aaron Burr: Portraits in Corsetry & Binding,
The Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum with The New York City Historic House Trust, New York City
SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2013 Tandem Pursuits, Armor & Ichthyology, Wave Hill, New York City
2012 Open House New York, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, New York City
2011 Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones, Bard Graduate Center Auction, New York City
2011 The Goddess Fortuna, Prospect.2, in collaboration with Dawn DeDeaux, New Orleans
1984 Memphis in Memphis, Brooks Art Museum, collaboration with Ettore Sottsass, Memphis
2008 The Life Ball, “Queen of The Life Ball”, Amanda Lepore, Vienna, Austria
2000 Absolute Vodka Millennium “Ephemera” Calendar, Guzman Photography, New York
1996 Houston Opera, “Four Saints In Three Acts” Robert Wilson & Francesco Clemente
1996 “Where the Wild Things Are” in collaboration with Maurice Sendak, Princeton Rep Ballet
1994 Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), "The Flies: A Musical Phantasmagoria,"
composer Vladimir Tarasov, libretto, costumes and stage design by Ilya Kabakov, Brooklyn, New York
BFA, Painting and Textile Design, Memphis Academy of Arts, Memphis