My work examines the fictive distinctions of nature and culture through painting and installation. Some of my paintings depict enigmatic objects in the landscape, while others compose the landscape through framing that recalls digital technologies that mediate how we experience the world. In the end, my painting is site-specific and can only be truly viewed in the context and the real space in which it is displayed.
Greg Lindquist is a New York-based artist who earned a dual MFA in painting and art history from Pratt Institute in 2007. Recently, Lindquist has participated in the group shows “Planet of Slums,” co‐curated by La Toya Ruby Frazier and Omar Lopez Chahoud at Rutgers University, NJ and Third Streaming, NY and “No One is an Island” also curated by Omar Lopez Chahoud at LMCC’s exhibition space on Governor’s Island. He is the 2009-10 Pollock Krasner Foundation Grantee and the Sally & Milton Avery Arts Foundation Grantee for the 2009 Art Omi International Artist Residency. His work has been featured in various publications, including Art in America, ARTNews, Frieze, Harper’s Magazine, The New York Sun, The New York Observer, and The New York Press and Sculpture. His work is currently on view in the 2012 Art on Paper Biennial at the Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC and The University of Arizona Museum of Art.
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