top of page

This is your Portfolio section paragraph.
Use this opportunity to provide background for your showcase of photos and images.


Kase Painting (P7), 2020, Latex metallic, spray paint, graffiti remover, collage on canvas in reclaim plywood frame,62” x 50”


My Scorpio I, 2016–2022, 1970s Husqvarna motocross bikes, aluminum, Canadian maple syrup, cattails, ceramic, cling wrap, construction adhesive, deep-fried batter, epoxy, phosphorescent acrylic, railroad spikes, shellac, steel, stockfish, urinal cake, 88H x 72W x 24D inches


Kase Painting (P5), 2019, Latex, spray paint, graffiti remover, collage on canvas in reclaimed plywood frame, 68” x 51”


Study For Brother as Merlin’s Beard, 2014–2022, Acrylic polymer emulsion, aluminum, bald eagle excrement, candied fruit, cattails, ceramic, cicada wing, cow tooth, deep-fried batter, duct tape residue, epoxy, flint corn, glass drinking horn, hematite hosiery, malachite, Maraschino cherries, MOSSS’ hair,* my hair, nail polish, paint can lid, pigment, pomade, shellac, silicone, silicone rubber, silver, soot, steel, stones, thread, thread spools, toilet paper, water caltrop, wood, wool

27H x 24W x 9D inches * MOSSS is a musical artist


Kase Painting (P5), 2019, Latex, spray paint, graffiti remover, collage on canvas in reclaimed plywood frame, 68” x 51”


Self-Portrait as the Bugiardo, 2020–2021, Deer fur, durum wheat, epoxy, lucky rabbit’s feet, masonry drill bit, Northeastern Fast-Dry tennis court surface, permanent ink, pomade, silicone, shellac, thread, upholstery foam, vinyl, 9H x 8W x 13.5D inches





The Dog That Ate The Birthday Cake



Karlos Cárcamo (b. 1967, El Salvador) Karlos Cárcamo is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts (BFA 97) Hunter College, (MFA 2000) and alumni of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (98).

Currently based in Beacon, NY. His work has been exhibited extensively including: The Brooklyn Museum, MoMA PS1, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Queens Museum of Contemporary Art, El Museo

del Barrio, Hionas Gallery, NY, Galerie Ernst Hiiger, Vienna, Austria; Artists Space, NY, Jersey City Museum, The Aljira Center of Contemporary Art, Museo de Arte de El Salvador, El Salvador, BRIC

Brooklyn, Collar Works, Alexander Gray Associates and Espacio Mínimo, Madrid Spain.


Daniel Giordano was born in 1988. He lives and works in Newburgh, NY. Daniel earned his MFA from the University of Delaware. His solo exhibitions include MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA; Turley Gallery,

Hudson, NY; JDJ, New York, NY; Ann Street Gallery, Safe Harbors of the Hudson, Newburgh, NY; the Rosenberg Gallery, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY; Wil Aballe Art Projects, BC, Canada; and Sardine,

Brooklyn, NY. Group exhibitions include Helena Anrather, New York, NY; The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY; The Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz, NY; Fortnight Institute, New York, NY; CLEA RSKY Offsite

Project, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY; Zürcher Gallery, New York, NY; Fridman Gallery, New York, NY; Barns Art Center, East Fishkill, NY; JDJ, New York, NY; and Anonymous,

New York, NY, among others. Daniel participated in the AIM Fellowship at the Bronx Museum of the Arts. His work was featured in

Ocula, Arcade Project, XIBT Magazine, XIBT Magazine, Berkshire Eagle, ABC Latino Magazine, Tussle Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, Times Union, La Voz, Sculpture Magazine, Frontera Digital, Whitehot

Magazine, Chronogram, Canadian Art, The New York Times, Cultured Magazine, and Art Spiel, among others. His exhibition, Love from Vicki Island, is on view at MASS MoCA through December 2023.


Visitor Center is delighted to present The Dog That Ate the Birthday Cake, a radically intimate dialogue exhibition showcasing works by Daniel Giordano and Karlos Cárcamo.

Hudson Valley-based artists Giordano and Cárcamo invite viewers into a mesmerizing realm of visual juxtaposition where Giordano’s breathtaking, iconoclastic, chimera-like assemblages harmoniously intertwine with Cárcamo's deceptively serene yet complex Kase Painting series. Although their styles may appear distinct and conflicting at first glance, Giordano and Cárcamo are multidisciplinary artists whose work touches on themes that incorporate high and low cultural references, art history, and urban culture.

Giordano and Cárcamo's contributions to the exhibition showcase their profound artistic visions and ability to challenge conventional boundaries. The exhibition showcases a range of works by both artists, including new pieces created specifically for the show. Visitors can expect to encounter Giordano's large-scale sculptures, which evoke the familial and cultural histories of the Hudson Valley, alongside Cárcamo's meticulously crafted Kase Paintings, which explore the

intersections of urban culture and modernism. Together, the works create a dialogue that reflects the artists' commitment to innovation, experimentation, imagination, and collaboration.


On view at Visitor Center from:

October 14 through December 30, 2023

Opening Reception: October 14th: 4-7pm

at VISITOR CENTER, 233 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550

VISITOR CENTER is open Saturdays: 1-5 pm and Thursday & Friday: 1-5 pm by appointment.

For press inquiries please contact:
+1 917 703-9262- For other inquiries:

bottom of page