VISITOR CENTER is a contemporary art gallery whose mission is to feature artists of the Hudson Valley and beyond, working in painting, sculpture, mixed media, sound, video and VR art. Located in Newburgh, NY, it occupies 2,000 square feet on the ground level of the US workshop of Hysteric Glamour, an iconic Japanese streetwear company.
VISITOR CENTER is dedicated to supporting artists in the advancement of their practices and careers through a supportive community and curated exhibitions.
VISITOR CENTER is run by Eva Zanardi through her creative advisory firm EZARTCONSULTINGNYC LLC. Eva is a professional art advisor and writer who builds and manages collections for international estates, foundations, and individual collectors.
For press inquiries and to schedule an appointment please contact Attila.King@VisitorCenter.space
For other inquiries please contact the gallery at 917 703-9262
ABOUT NEWBURGH NY - a jewel in the rough of a city located 60 miles north of Manhattan - has been long hailed as the new Brooklyn or Williamsburg maybe because of its demographic diversity, or because it boasts the largest historic district outside of New York City. As Julie Laskin perfectly put it in her December 2020 New York Times feature piece: "Newburgh doesn’t just have good bones — it is magnificent." But Newburgh's narrative is much more layered than that: a city of 28,000 in Orange County has now become a haven for artists, designers, architects, artisans and all kind of creative individuals. How to get to Newburgh from Manhattan (approx.1:30min)
Driving directionsMetro-North Trains stop at the Beacon station just across the Hudson River from Newburgh; The Newburgh side ferry connects commuters to the station. Train runs south to Manhattan and north to Albany.Taxis are available at Beacon's train station; Uber and Lyft also offer rides across the Hudson River (approx.15 minute ride).