Greg Lindquist is an artist and writer living in New York.
He studied art and design as well as English literature at North Carolina State University and attended graduate school in New York at Pratt Institute, earning an MFA in painting and a master’s in art history. Lindquist co-edited the Art Books in Review Section of The Brooklyn Rail from 2011–17 and guest-edited Social Ecologies, a section of the publication on the ruptures and intersections of art and ecology that ran in November 2015. The piece was created in parallel with a show of the same name he curated at Rail Curatorial Projects, which will travel to Tbilisi in the Republic of Georgia.
Lindquist’s work has been exhibited at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum, and University of Arizona Museum of Art, among others, and has been awarded the Sharpe-Wolentas Space Program, Milton and Sally Avery Foundation Grant, the Pollock-Krasner Grant, and ArtOMI residency. His recent paintings and participatory installations have focused on using the beauty of landscape and abstraction to raise awareness of environmental concerns. He teaches at Rhode Island School of Design and Pratt Institute and participated in the Whitney American Museum of Art’s Independent Study Program in 2017–18.