Born 1975; lives and works in New York, NY

EDUCATION

2003        Master of Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
1998        Bachelor of Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2010        Eleven Rivington, New York, NY
                La Montagne Gallery (with Jonas Wood), Boston, MA
2009        Galleria Glance, Torino, Italy
2008        Chris Caccamise, Eleven Rivington
2005        Talisman of Doom, Sixtyseven, New York, NY
                Trouble in Tiny Town, Savage Art Resources, Portland, OR
2004        In Practice, The Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY
2003        The Secret Tornado and the Power of Being a Beast, Sixtyseven gallery, Brooklyn, NY

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2013-14  Touch the Moon, Louis B. James, New York, NY
2011        A B C 1 2 3, Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY
2010        S, M, L, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY
                Guatavita, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY
2009        Leaves of Ash, Suzanne Tarasiève, Paris, France
                The best is yet to come..., Galleria Glance, Torino, Italy
2007        Guns and Ammo, 40000, Chicago, IL
                Skewed Tangents, Gallery Factory, Seoul, South Korea
                Primitives, Cereal Art, Philadelphia, PA 
2006        Palette, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, NY
2005        Always Crashing in the Same Car, Susanna Ottesen Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
                The Zine UnBound: Kults, Werewolves and Sarcastic Hippies, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
                Culturecounter, Gavin Brown Enterprise, New York, NY
                Things of That Nature, Sixtyseven Gallery, New York, NY
2004        Word, The Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, NY
                Art on Paper 2004, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
                Scope Miami, Sixtyseven Gallery, The Townhouse Hotel, Miami Beach, FL
                FIAC, Sixtyseven Gallery, Paris expo – Porte de Versaille, Paris, France
                Slice and Dice, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
                Welcome to Wonderland, 1R Gallery, Chicago, IL
                Art Chicago, Sixtyseven Gallery, The International Invitational, Festival Hall at Navy Pier, Chicago IL
                Paper Construction, S1 Art Space, Brooklyn, NY
                Paper Chase, Axel Raben Gallery New York, NY
                The New American Talent, Art House Texas, curated by Jerry Saltz, Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
                Sixtyseven Gallery, The International Invitational, Festival Hall at Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
                The Neon Forest is My Home, Sixtyseven Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2003        The rules everyone will follow from this day forth, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, CA
                Summer.Show.03, Sixtyseven Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
                The Virgin Show, The Wrong Gallery, New York, NY
                I Think We're Alone Now, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
                Lost Dog, Found, Gallery Space 159, New York, NY
                Paste, Mason Gross Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2010        Barliant, Claire, “Chris Caccamise,” The New Yorker, November 15
                Russeth, Andrew, “Chris Caccamise,” Artinfo.com, October 21
2009        Seckler, Valerie, “Memorable Marketing: The Element of Surprise,” Women’s Wear Daily, April 15, p. 10
                “Running for Cover,” Artinfo.com, January 7
2008        “The NADA Emerging Artist Page,” The L Magazine, September 24, pp. 54–5
                Dobrynski, Judith, “Taxing Matters,” Art+Auction, Annual Investment Issue, August, p. 27
                Art+Auction, Annual Investment Issue, August, cover illus.
                Bors, Chris, “Chris Caccamise in New York,” Artinfo.com, April 10
                Schwendener, Martha, “Chris Caccamise/Erik Hanson,” The New Yorker, April 14, p. 13
2006        Smith, Roberta, “‘Palette’ at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery,” The New York Times, August 11
                Kerr, Merrily, “‘Palette’ at Greenberg Van Doren Gallery,” Time Out New York, August 17
                Bors, Chris, “Chroma Trouble,” Artnet Magazine, August
                Clifton, Michael, “Chris Caccamise,” ISSUE, March
2005        Dirks, Ryan, “Trouble in Tiny Town at Savage Art Resources,” The Portland Mercury, vol. 5, no. 47
                Patterson, Tom, “A Versatile Medium,” Winston-Salem Journal, January 2, p. F3
                Henry, Max, “Culturecounter at GBE at Passerby,” Time Out New York, March 22
                Yablonsky, Linda, “Why Small Sculpture Is Big,” Art News, December, p. 125
2004        Korotkin, Joyce, “Paper Chase, at Axel Raben Gallery,” The New York Art World, Summer Issue
                Amesbury, Robert, “Paper Chase at Axel Raben,” Flavorpill, March
                Powhida, William, “Artseen: The Neon Forest is My Home, *Sixtyseven,” The Brooklyn Rail, March
2003        Savannah, Gae, “Chris Caccamise, *Sixtyseven,” Flash Art, Nov-Dec, vol 36, no. 233, p. 55
                La Rocco, Benjamin, “Artseen: Chris Caccamise at *Sixtyseven,” The Brooklyn Rail, October
                Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review: Chris Caccamise at *Sixtyseven,” The New York Times, September 19

AWARDS

2006        Lower Manhattan Cultural Council “Working Space” residency
2005        Lower Manhattan Cultural Council “Working Space” residency
2001        Ameri-Corps National Service Award