Camaron Cohen, Was it really nearing the end? Part of It's Been Permanent for 63 Years (even though she was 95).

Alumna Exhibition: Camaron Cohen

January 14, 2018 - February 1, 2018
Weitman Gallery, Lower Level, Steinberg Hall

Camaron Cohen's work focuses on personal spaces, objects, and the self. These portraits capture unstaged glimpses of space, place, and time in which the outsider does not generally have access. The hints of spaces and architecture become the set, adding an important narrative quality, despite ordinary moments captured.

Cohen earned her BFA in photography from Washington University in St. Louis and went on to study graduate-level Curatorial Studies & Landscape Architecture at Harvard University. She has worked in both Seattle and Boston representing public artists and organizations, has acted as project manager on numerous public art projects, and is active in community public art commissions. She currently resides in downtown Ithaca in an old house that she shares with many: her partner; a British PhD student; a youthful French couple; an opera director; two white, poufy dogs; and an aged tortoiseshell cat. She knows how to keep things interesting. And she keeps on taking pictures.