Installation view, Three Works, Moca, Tucson, USA
Pia Camil, Ríe ahora, llora después, 2020, Galerie OMR, Mexico
↑ Pia Camil, Here Comes the Sun performance view at the Guggenheim Museum. © Photos: Enid Alvarez / © Salomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.
Pia Camil, Exhibition view of Fade into Black, 2019. Courtesy the Queens Museum. Photo by Hai Zhang.
Bara Bara Bara, installation view, Tramway, Glasgow, 2019
Lover’s Rainbow, 2019, Rebar and acrylic paint, Villa Del Valle, Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California, Mexico.
View instalation, Telón de boca, Museo Universitario del Chopo; Mexico City, Mexico, 2018
Pia Camil, ’Split wall’, 2018, installation view at Nottingham Contemporary, Photo-credit: Stuart Whipps
They, 2018 Exhibition view at Galerie Sultana, Paris
« Bara, Bara, Bara », installation view, Dallas Contemporary, 2017
Divisor Pirata, Nuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Ciudad de Guatemala, 2016
Installation Views, "Pia Camil: A Pot for a Latch", 2016. Courtesy New Museum, New York. Photo: Maris Hutchinson / EPW Studio
Vue d'exposition "Skins", Contemporary Art Center, Cincinatti, USA, 2015
Saatchi Gallery London, PANGAEA II: New Art from Africa and Latin America 11 Mar 2015 - 6 Sept 2015
Installation view, Espectacular Telon, 2013, Galerie Sultana
Frieze New York. New York, USA
Paris Internationale - SUPERSALON. Paris, France
Frieze London 2021. London, United Kingdom
Pia Camil (b. 1980) lives and works in Mexico City. She has a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art, London.
Her work has been exhibited internationally with recent solo-exhibitions including :
Camil’s work is usually associated to the mexican urban landscape, the aesthetic language of modernism and its relationship to retail and advertising. Recently she has engaged in public participation as a way to activate the work and engage with the politics of consumerism.