(b. 1980) Lives and works in Mexico City.
Camil’s work is usually associated to the Mexican urban landscape, the aesthetic language of modernism and its relationship to retail and advertising. Her work has been exhibited internationally, with recent solo-exhibitions including Split Wall at Nottingham Contemporary (2018); They, at Galerie Sultana (2018); Bara, Bara, Bara at Dallas Contemporary (2017) and Home Visit at Museum Ludwig, Cologne (2016). Camil’s work is part of the permanent collection of Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, La Colección Jumex, and the Wattis Museum amongst others.
Inaugurated in September 2010, the galerie Sultana was established in the Marais district in Paris and moves to Belleville in 2014. It proposes a program of five exhibitions per year. Strongly anchored both in the French and International art scenes, the gallery has made the choice to promote artists whose vocabulary and original forms of expressions are developing artistic careers in constant ascension, artists whose work has not gone unnoticed by numerous institutions in terms of both exhibitions as much as acquisitions.