Camille Eskell exhibits her work extensively in solo and group shows throughout the U.S. and abroad, including Mexico and South America. Her work is in numerous public and private collections, including the Hudson River Museum (NY), Chrysler Museum of Art (VA), MOMA/Wales, the Housatonic Museum of Art, (CT) and the Islip Art Museum (NY). She is a recipient of the 2017-8 Artist Fellowship Excellence award from the CT Office of the Arts, adding to those in drawing and painting from the New York Foundation for the Arts and the Connecticut Commission on the Arts respectively. The artist has received reviews and features in numerous publications, such as The New York Times, CT Post, The Hartford Courant, D’arte magazine, Art New England, and the Huffington Post, as well as the online journals Art Spiel, Posit 19 and Ante Mag. Her residencies include Weir Farm/National Historic site and the Vermont Studio Center. The artist holds a Master of Fine Arts from Queens College/CUNY, lives and works in the greater New York area, and maintains a studio in Chelsea, NYC.
Currently her work can be seen online in her solo show The Fez as Storyteller at the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute of Brandeis University with supporting videos, inetrviews and studio talks and on Artsy in Page Turner at Odetta Digital.
Tradition Interrupted, currently on view at the Juliet Art Museum, Clay Center (WV) will be touring museums throughout the U.S. through 2024, having originated at the Bedford Gallery/Lesher Center for the Arts (CA) in 2019.
An upcoming show is the Katonah Museum of Art Biennial in Katonah, NY.
Among her many notable exhibitions are a one-person show of her series, The Fez As Storyteller, at the State University of New York at Geneseo, and group shows Between I and Thou at the Hudson Valley MOCA (Peeksill, NY) and The Neo-Victorians at the Hudson River Museum (NY).