Amelia Morgan Camion
Since 2006
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

Amelia (Lia) Morgan Camion is an artist and independent curator, as well as a licensed and board certified art therapist in NYC.

Originally from the Southwest, Camion's move to New York in 2005 was the beginning of the rest of her life. She has been involved in the production of Performa05's Dead Jack Theater and The HomeBase Project, and exhibited at Broadway Gallery, Makor Gallery, the Westside Gallery, the National Laboratory for New Jewish Culture, and alternative spaces. She received her Master of Art Therapy in 2011 from School of Visual Arts and currently works as an art and recreation therapist at Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center. Camion's personal body of work focuses on the body as the ground for mapping out experiences, emotions, and memories. More recently, with the founding of NY Art Shows with artist and collaborator Bernadette Torres, Camion has started to produce and curate exhibitions that bridge the therapeutic and fine arts.

Examples of her work can be seen at
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Makor Gallery and Block Magazine Present Double Exposure

Thu Sep 28, 2006 00:00 - Thu Sep 21, 2006

September 10th-October 20th

Double Exposure
Middle Eastern Rooftops

Block Magazine in collaboration with Makor Gallery of the 92nd St Y presents a multimedia group exhibition

Curated by Block Magazine.

Double Exposure is a method of simultaneously examining light, time and space. The white walls of the gallery and the white pages of the magazine will be folded together to expose the rooftop and its panoramic views. The Middle Eastern rooftop is offered as a paradigm of the conflicting realities between urban design, gendered gazes and urban turmoil.

Participating Artists: Boaz Arad (Israel)/ Reida Adon (Israel), Anisa Ashkar (Israel), Francisca Benitez (Chile/New York)/ Greta Byrum (New York)/Maya Cohen-Levi (Israel)/ Annabel Daou (Lebanon/New York), Ariel Efron (Israel/New York) in collaboration with Thomas Duc (France)/ Zibi Geva (Israel)/ Leor Grady(Israel/New York)/ Claude Hohl (Switzerland)/Miki Kratsman (Israel) / Shaer Meare (Israel), Rob Sweere (Netherlands)

Special Gallery Reception: Thurs, Sept 28, 2006 / FREE

Special Video Screening: 10pm following Gallery reception.
Video screening exhibits: Anisa Eshkar (Israel)/Eitan Buganim (Israel)/Solmaz Shahbazi (Iran)/ Ran Slavin (Israel)

Thurs, Sept 28, 2006, 10pm / $5 Tickets can be purchased from the box office at 212-413-8801 or online.

Special thanks to The Israeli Consulate, New York.

Fall Gallery Hours
Thursday, 2:00pm-6:00pm
Friday, 10:00am-4:00pm
Sunday, 2:00pm-4:00pm
Gallery will be closed on Sep 24, Oct 8, 15 (due to Holidays)