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Artist Greg Lindquist

Greg Lindquist

Brooklyn, NY, USA


American,   —   Greg Lindquist is a New York-based artist and writer. His work has been exhibited at numerous galleries, institutions, and museums, including Lennon Weinberg, NYC, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum, and North Carolina Museum of Art. He was awarded the Marie Walsh Sharpe Space Program, Milton and Sally Avery Foundation grant, Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, a NYFA Grant, and ArtOMI residency. Lindquist completed a dual master’s degree in fine art and art history from Pratt Institute in 2008 and is attended the Whitney American Museum of Art Independent Study Program as a studio participant in the 2017-18 year. His painting and studio projects converge at the intersection of social justice, ecology, and environmental justice. He is working on a project of paintings, writing, and videos exploring a both fascinating and troublesome cultural practice of rolling coal. He recently carried out a collaborative series of Get Out the Vote billboards and banners with Reggie Shuford, a fellow NC native and civil rights lawyer, drawing connections of voter disenfranchisement between a murderous 1898 coup of White Supremacists in Wilmington and the 2020 election. The location of the billboards and banners, New Hanover County, was one of the few in the general election to go blue in a red state. Works by the artist are the in the collections of: ArtOMI, New York; Center for Contemporary Art, Tbilisi, Georgia; Francis J. Greenburger Collection; Golden Artist Materials, New Berlin, New York; The Richard Massey Foundation for Arts and Sciences, New York; The Laura Palmer Foundation, Poland. His work has been written about in, ARTnews, Artslant, Art in America, Bomb, The Brooklyn Rail, The Huffington Post, Hyperallergic, Sculpture, The New York Sun, among others. Lindquist has taught courses on studio art and art history at Montclair University, the Museum of Modern Art, New School, Pratt Institute, Ramapo College, Rhode Island School of Design, and SUNY Purchase. He also guest edited the November 2015 Critics Page in The Brooklyn Rail titled Social Ecologies on the ruptures and intersections of art and ecology and curated a concurrent parallel show of the same name with Rail Curatorial Projects. The Smoke and Water series paintings appeared in a painting installation at the North Carolina Museum of Art in 2016.

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Studio Greg Lindquist
9-20 35th Avenue Suite 2I (EYE), Queens, NY 11106

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