Daniel Greenfield-Campoverde (b.1984, Caracas, Venezuela) is a visual artist based in New York City. He holds a Masters in Architecture from Yale University and an undergraduate degree in the same discipline from Pratt Institute. Exploring themes of identity, memory and place, he contests notions of cultural belonging through drawing, sculpture and installations.
His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including: PS120 (Berlin, DE), Momenta Art (Brooklyn, NY), BRIC Arts Media (Brooklyn, NY), The Centro Cultural Chacao (Caracas, VE), Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs (Long Island City, NY), POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews (Warsaw, PL) and Radiator Arts (Long Island City, NY). He has participated in various residencies including the Watermill Center (Watermill, NY), The Wassaic Artists' Residency (Wassaic, NY), Hangar Centro de Investigação Artística (Lisbon, PT), Obras Art Foundation (Evoramonte, PT) and ZK/U - Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik (Berlin, DE).
He has received travel grants from Asylum Arts and the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art; the latter, to study Nicholas Grimshaw's "Eden Project" in Cornwall, UK. Most recently, he was selected to participate in the 38th cycle of the Artist in the Marketplace program (AIM) at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, commencing in the fall of 2018. His work has been reviewed in Artnet, Art Observed, Architizer, El Nacional and ArteFuse.