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The Los Angeles edition of Campari's third annual House of Campari exhibition, featuring emerging artists from L.A.-based galleries, runs through June 10 at the House of Campari, 405 N. Robertson Blvd., in West Hollywood. Titled "Distinctive Messengers," the show, curated for Campari by Simon Watson and Craig Hensala of New York cultural events marketing group Scenic (Scenic-Group.net), features visual artists whose first solo exhibitions appeared last season or whose solo debuts are upcoming. A New York version of "Distinctive Messengers" is in the works for the fall as well. Seen here are four pieces from the current L.A. show: 1) Bjorn Copeland, "Vertical Change," 2007, 2) Andrew Schoultz, "Communication Destruction Part One," 2007, 3) Chris Dorland, "Untitled (Black Ice)," 2007, and 4) Clare Rojas, "Untitled," 2006. Click here for more.