Donna Cameron is a noted American artist. Her photography, painting and graphics on film, using a unique cinematic paper emulsion process (CPE) for which she received a U.S. Patent in 2001, are in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, NY, (MoMA) and are distributed by the MoMA Circulating Film Library, Canyon Cinema, CA, Film-makers’ Coop, NY and Light Cone, Paris. FR.
Cameron was exhibited in the MoMA’s 20th century retrospective of art, “MoMA 2000, and in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s millennium show, “The Color of Ritual, The Color of Thought,” in 2000. Her work was included in the Venice Biennale of Art, in 2005 and 2007. Her CPE photography and films were featured at the Ca Rezzonico gallery on the Grand Canal throughout the span of the Biennales, May - October.
Cameron holds an MPS in art and technology from the Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, and a BFA in film/photography from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is in Cynthia Maris Dantzig’s “100 New York Photographers” (2009), Maureen Furness’ “The Animation Bible” (2008) and William Wees’ “Recycled Images” (1993). Her Ltd. monograph “Donna Cameron", Spuytenduyvil Press (2007), is available at the MoMA store, Rizzoli Booksellers, NY and the NYU Bookstore. She teaches at New York University.