Selected Works / Exhibitions / Biography / Available Inventory

Cameron Martin

Born 1970 Seattle, WA

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY


1996 Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New York, NY

1994 Brown University, Providence, RI, BA

Solo Exhibitions


Reticulations, Van Doren Waxter, New York, NY

Abstracts, University Art Museum, SUNY Albany, Albany, NY

James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA


Cameron Martin/Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, The Suburban, Milwaukee, WI

Galerie Nikolaus Ruzicska, Salzburg, Austria


James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA


GalerieNikolausRuzicska, Salzburg, Austria


Bracket, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)


Ski Dubai, The Suburban, Oak Park, IL


Gallery Min Min, Tokyo, Japan

GalerieNikolausRuzicska, Salzburg, Austria


Eclipse, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)

Eleven Rivington, New York, NY


Focus 3: Cameron Martin, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

Currents 97: Cameron Martin, Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO


Works on Paper, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)

Law of Ruins, G Fine Art, Wahington D.C.


A Turn Pale, Gallery Min Min, Tokyo, Japan (catalogue)

Clear Skies, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY


Never Rider, Gallery Min Min, Tokyo, Japan


Standstill, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)


New Paintings, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL


Cameron Martin, Angstrom Gallery, Dallas, TX


Future Views, Tate, New York, NY

The Future Lasts Forever, Howard House, Seattle, WA

Selected Group Exhibitions


Utopia Banished, Angela Meleca Gallery, Columbus, OH

Foundation Barbin Presents: Redux (Sort of), Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York, NY


sorry, i’ve been trying to teach a peacock how to act, Rachel Uffner Gallery,
New York, NY
Influence, Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY


Fixing a Hole, Clinton and Koenig, New York, NY

Delusion/Illusion, GalleriHaaken, Oslo, Norway

monochromatic, Triumph and Disaster, Montgomery, AL


White House,Galerie Clemens Gunzer, Zurich, Switzerland

Decade One: Highpoint Editions, Sherman Gallery, Boston University, Boston, MA

How You Gonna Get Back to Jersey?, Planthouse, New York, NY

Black Rabbit, White Hole, Samuel Freeman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA


25 Years of Tandem Press, Chazen Museum, Madison, WI (catalogue)


Mythos Berg, RLB Kunstbruecke, Innsbruck, Austria

Highpoint Editions- Decade One, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN

After Destiny, Flanders Gallery, Raleigh, NC

Make Skateboards, I-20, New York, NY

Waiting Ground, Kate Werble Gallery, New York, NY

Accrochage, GalerieNikolausRuzicska, Salzburg, Austria

Reclaimed, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA

Surveyor, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY


Art on Paper Biennial, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC (catalogue)

roundabout, City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand, traveling to Tel Aviv Museum, Israel (catalogue)

Force of Nature, The Horticultural Society of New York, New York, NY

Guatavita, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY

Grass Grows By Itself, Marlboro Gallery, New York, NY, curated by SimaFamilant

Swell: Art 1950-2010, Friedrich Petzel, New York, NY


edia Int’l Group, Foundation Barbin, New York, NY

Uncharted, University at Albany Art Museum, Albany, NY

Infinitesimal Eternity: Images Made in the Face of Spectacle, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT (catalogue)

Untitled (A Brink of Infinity), Western Bridge, Seattle, WA


Gray,Dinter Fine Art, New York, NY

Water, G Fine Art, Washington D.C.

The Group Exhibition, Gallery Min Min, Tokyo, Japan


In Monet’s Garden, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH, traveling to the MuséeMarmottan, Paris, France (catalogue)

Back to Nature,GalerieRuzicska, Salzburg, Austria

Neointegrity, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

Microwave 5,JoséeBienvenu Gallery, New York, NY

Shipworm and Gribble, Secret Project Robot, Brooklyn, NY

Back East, Mandrake, Los Angeles, CA

New Prints 2007/Spring, International Print Center New York, New York, NY

Melvins, Mandrake, Los Angeles, CA

Water,Ferragamo Gallery, New York, NY


Ruth Root, Alex Brown, Cameron Martin, Sally Ross, Gallery Min Min, Tokyo, Japan

Pop and After, Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO

Tandem Press Highlights 1995-2005,Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI

Selections from the John Morrissey Collection, Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL (catalogue)


Structure, Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York, NY

No Facsimile, Florescent Gallery, Knoxville, TN

Terra non Forma, Howard House Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA

Short Stories: Contemporary Selections, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA


Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (catalogue)

Wayne Gonzales, Bill Adams, Cameron Martin, KS Art, New York, NY

Stay Inside,Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Colored Pencil, KS Art, New York, NY

New Prints 2004/Winter, International Print Center New York, New York, NY


Giverny, Salon 94, New York, NY

Nature Boy, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY curated by Doug Wada

Melvins, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Bob Nickas

How Come,Stux Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Max Henry

City Mouse/Country Mouse, Space 101, Brooklyn, NY, curated by David Hunt


Contemporary Art Project Collection, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA (catalogue)

Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL

Painting and Illustration,Luckman Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Adam Ross

Linger, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY

The Sea, the Sea, Glen Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, NY

Guide to Trust No. 2, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA, curated by ANP (catalogue)


Three Painters: Eva Lundsager, Cameron Martin, Louise Belcourt, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art, New York, NY


Twice Born: Beauty, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA

3ness, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium, curated by Dike Blair, Jimi Dams and Edith Doove (catalogue)

Shifting Ground:Transformed Views of the American Landscape, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, (catalogue)

Flat File, Bellwether Gallery, Brooklyn, NY


Other Paintings, Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA,        curated by Julie Joyce

Another Country, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art/ Brent Sikkema, New York, NY

Air Hockey, Howard House, Seattle, WA

Antiworld, Gallery Untitled, Dallas, TX


Open, Tate, New York, NY

Landscapes, MeyersonNowinski Gallery, Seattle, WA


Apartments,Artra, Milan, Italy


1996A, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY

Images Lost and Found,Chassie Post Gallery, New York, NY


Northwest Annual, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA


Home, The Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, WA


2010 – John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship

2008 – Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship

2006 – Steep Rock Arts Residency, Washington, CT

2005 – Freund Teaching Fellowship, Washington University, Saint Louis, MO

2001 – Artists at Giverny Fellowship and Residency, France

2000 – Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award

1994 – Samuel T. Arnold Fellowship


Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA

Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Cleveland Museum of Art, OH

Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

Minneapolis Institute of Art, MN

Philbrook Museum, Tulsa, OK

Saint Louis Art Museum, MO

Seattle Art Museum, WA

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

U.S. State Department Art Bank Program, Washington DC

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY



Wetzler, Rachel, “Cameron Martin’s Nonspecific Landscapes”, RhizomeJournal, April 16th, 2013

Hirsch, Faye, “Cameron Martin”, Art in Print, 2013, Volume 2, Number 5

Corbett, Rachel, “Armory 2012″, Artnet Magazine, March 8, 2012

White, Amy, “New American Landscape at Flanders”, Independent Weekly, p.25, August 2011

“Cameron Martin”, The New Yorker, April 25, 2011

Wilson, Michael, “Cameron Martin, ‘Bracket’,” Time Out New York, April 4, 2011

White, Roger, “Immersive Uptown Gallery Experience”, Paper Monument, March 2011

Schwendener, Martha, “The Badass and the 30 Year Hallucination”, The Village Voice, March 9, 2011, p. 29

Lindquist, Greg, “In Conversation: Cameron Martin with Greg Lindquist”, The Brooklyn Rail, March 2011, p. 26-28

Bollen, Chris, “Mountain Man”, Interview, March 2011, p. 98

Blind Spot, 2010, Issue 42, collaborative project with Miranda Lichtenstein, Liz Deschenes, editor

Laster, Paul, “Grass Grows by Itself”, Time Out New York, August 19-25, 2010

Wright, Jeffrey Cyphers, “Rapid Transit: Cameron Martin: Analogue”, Brooklyn Rail, April 2009

Fitchner, Brian, “Cameron Martin: Analogue”,, April 1, 2009

Komarek, Eva, “Cameron Martin- Naturverbunden”, Wirtschafts Blatt Kompact, March 14, 2008, p. 18-19

Mendelsohn, Adam, “Reviews Marathon- Cameron Martin”, Art Review, February 2008, p. 63

Rosenberg, Karen, “Art in Review: Eclipse”, The New York Times, January 4, 2008, p. E37

Weiner, Emily, “Review- Eclipse”, Time Out New York, December 27-January 2, 2007, p. 71

“Cameron Martin: Eclipse”, The New Yorker, December 17, 2007

Blair, Dike, “Editor’s Choice: Cameron Martin”, Bomb Magazine, Fall Issue 2007, pg. 14

Watts, James, “Impermanent Illusions”, Tulsa World, June 27, 2006, p. D3

Bonetti, Davis, “ Landscapes Lack People and Power”, Saint Louis Post Dispatch, April 2, 2006

Bonetti, Davis, “Best Bets”, Saint Louis Post Dispatch, March 23, 2006

“Cameron Martin: Works on Paper”, The New Yorker, October 31, 2005

Price, Matt, “Mixed Paint- A Survey of Contemporary Painters”, Flash Art, Nov/Dec, 2004, p. 93

“Reinstating the Draft- Portraits of Painters”, V Magazine, Vol 31, Fall 2004

Kimmelman, Michael, “Whitney’s Heavy Lifters Look Back”, The New York Times, May 30, 2004, p.22 Section 2

Kim, Sheila, “Investing in Lever House”, Interior Design, May 2004, p. 188

Sundell, Margaret, “The Today Show: the Whitney sums up contemporary art in best biennial in years”, Time Out New York, March 25-April 1, 2004, p. 56

Saltz, Jerry, “The Okay Corral”, Village Voice, March 15-21, 2004, p. 86

Goodbody, Bridget, “Review- Clear Skies”, Time Out New York, February 5-12, 2004, p. 58

“Clear Skies”, The New Yorker, February 2, 2004, p. 15

Figura, Starr, “The Random and the Ordered”, Artnet, January 29, 2004

Douglas, Sarah, “United States: our selection A-Z, The Art Newspaper, January, 2004

Reed, John, “Review- Giverny”, Time Out New York, July 24-31, 2003, p.46

Tamashige, Sachiko, “Real Tokyo”, Souen, July 2003, p. 100

“Navigation”, Brutus, July 2003, p.110

“Complex- Ropongi”, Bijutsu-Techno, June 2003, p.151

Hackett, Regina,”Contemporary Art Project at SAM”, Seattle Post Intelligencer, January 3, 2003

“The Artfull Lodger”, Elle Décor, November 2002

Landi, Ann, “The Power of Suggestion”, Art News, Summer 2002

“Planes”, Artist Project, Open City, Spring/Summer 2002, vol. 15, p. 49-58

Johnson, Ken, “Art in Review: Standstill”, The New York Times, April 12, 2002, p. E36

Griffin, Tim, “Review- Standstill”, Time Out New York, April 11-18, 2002, p. 71

“Standstill”, The New Yorker, April 1 and April 8, 2002

Bayliss, Sarah, “Best Bets”, Art News, July 2001

Grant, Adriana, “Nature as Icon”, Art Access, May 2001, p.13-14

Ocana, Damarys, “Rock and an art place”, The Miami Street, March 16-22, 2001, p.50

Finkel, Jori, “Review- Three Painters”, Time Out New York, February 8-15, 2001, p.63

“Three Painters”, The New Yorker, January 29, 2001, p.17

Temin, Christine, “Twice Born at BCA”, The Boston Globe, September 27, 2000

Silver, Joanne, “And now something different”, Boston Herald, August 11, 2000

Laureyns, Jeroen, “3ness- Licht, luchtig en vulchtig”, De Standaard, August 2000

DeVuono, Frances, “Shifting Ground at the Henry Gallery”, Artweek, May 2000, p.31

McCabe, Brett, “Art About Art: the works of Scott Reeder and Cameron Martin”, The Met, April 12-19, 2000, p. 27

Fredericksen, Eric, “Real Real Estate: Shifting Ground at Henry”, The Stranger, March 2-8, 2000

Kofoed, Kristian, “Changing land values- imaginative exhibit at Henry Gallery”, Seattle Post Intelligencer, February 17, 2000, p. C4

Walsh, Daniella, “A well-crafted but cold exhibit”, Orange County Register, October 31, 1999

Chambers, Christopher, “Cameron Martin at Tate”, dART International, Spring/Summer 1999

Blair, Dike, “Cameron Martin at Tate”, The Thing, March/April 1999

Mitchell, Charles D., “Antiworld at gallery: untitled”, The Dallas Morning News, March 26, 1999

Hackett, Regina, “Beneath Martin’s Gray Surfaces, Flashes of Romance”, The Seattle Post Intelligencer, March 15, 1999 p.D1

Rose, Cynthia, “An Artist Returns”, The Seattle Times, March 5, 1999,p.E5

Di Rado, Elena, “N.S.E.O.”, Tema Celeste, January-March 1998, p.63

Hackett, Regina, “COCA Puts Shabby Past Behind It”, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, April, 3, 1995, p.E1



Cameron Martin: Bracket, exhibition catalogue, interview with Amy Sillman, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, 2011

Can I Come Over to Your House? The First 10 Years of the Suburban, Poor Farm Press, 2010

Cameron Martin: analogue, essays by Martha Schwendener and Alexander Dumbadze, 144 pages, GHava{press}, 2009

Eclipse, exhibition catalogue, essay by Andrea Scott, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, 2007

In Monet’s Garden, exhibition catalogue, essays by Joe Houston, M. Melissa Wolfe and James Yood, Scala, 2007

Focus 3: Cameron Martin, exhibition brochure, interview with Catherine Morris, Philbrook Museum, 2006

Currents 97: Cameron Martin, exhibition brochure, essay by Robin Clark, Saint Louis Art Museum, 2006

Selections from the John Morrissey Collection, catalogue essay by John Morrissey, Armory Art Center, 2006

Works on Paper: Cameron Martin, “Arbor Consanguinitatis”, story by Thad Ziolkowski, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, 2005

Cameron Martin, catalogue essay by Martha Schwendener, Gallery Min Min, 2004

2004 Whitney Biennial Catalogue, “The Way Things Never Were: Nostalgia’s Possibilities and the Unpredictable Past”, essay by Debra Singer; artist project

The Contemporary Art Project Collection, “What Ifs: Constructed Identities and Imaginary Places in the Contemporary Art Project Collection”, exhibition catalogue essay Tara Reddy Young, Seattle Art Museum, 2002

Standstill, Introduction by Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, essay by Dike Blair, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, 2002

Guide to Trust No. 2, exhibiton catalogue, Yerba Buena Center For the Arts, 2002

3ness, “Some thoughts, 3 things and 9 artists“, exhibition catalogue essay by Dike Blair, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, 2000

Shifting Ground: Transformed Views of the American Landscape, “New Frontiers: Secondhand Landscape“, exhibition catalogue essay by Rhonda Lane Howard, Henry Art Gallery Press, 2000

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