House of Campari returns to New York this spring to support the local visual arts community and showcase the city's thriving, emerging talent with an art exhibition, performance art, musical performances and events. For the third year in a row, House of Campari will be located in Soho, temporarily housing some of the most outstanding artwork from a variety of provocative visual artists who have either had their first solo show in New York in the past season or will have one in the upcoming season. The bold and distinctive works from this year's 25 artists will be on display from May 30th through June 15th.
The title exhibition, "Defining a Moment: 25 New York Artists," will serve as a snapshot of New York's current emerging visual arts scene, featuring the work of artists who have been selected for their unique visions and exceptional contributions to the visual arts community.
Nina Chanel Abney, Ahmed Alsoudani, Hany Armanious, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, Mark Barrow, Michael Bilsborough, André Butzer, Patrick Callery, ChinaSquare, Georganne Deen, David Ellis, Keltie Ferris, ATM Gallery, Clementine Gallery, Daniel Reich Gallery, Kravets Wehby Gallery, Mehr Gallery, Morgan Lehman Gallery, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, RUSH Arts Gallery, Thomas Erben Gallery, Tomoo Gokita, Evan Gruzis, Roebling Hall, Studio Museum in Harlem, White Columns. Participating artists include, including, Chen Jiagang, Rashid Johnson, Titus Kaphar, Sunday L.E.S., Harris Lieberman, Jarbas Lopes, Tala Madani, Matthew McGuinness, Metro Pictures, Foxy Production, Lombard-Freid Projects, RARE, Davis Rhodes, Eleven Rivington, Aki Sasamoto, Andrew Schoultz, Smith-Stewart, Valeska Soares, Each artist in the exhibition is represented by a leading gallery in New York with a commitment to highlighting new artistic talent, Team, DAmelio Terras, Sara VanDerBeek, Diane Wah, Hugh Walton, Haeri Y