Lives and Works in Brooklyn, NY.
Columbia College Chicago
Masters of Fine Arts in Photography, 2013.
State University of New York at Purchase, School of Art + Design.
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration in Photography, 2005.
The Things I Once Owned, Ebersmoore Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Lucy said, ‘I don’t get it.’ And I said: ‘Word’., Envoy Enterprises, New York, NY.
Aperture Summer Open, Curated by Chris Boot, Aperture Gallery, New York, NY.
20th Juried Exhibition, Curated by Aline Smithson, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA.
13th Annual Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibition, Curated by Elizabeth Siegel, Texas Woman’s Univeristy Fine Art Galleries, Denton, TX.
Albert P. Weisman Award Exhibition, Arcade Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Daniel Cooney Emerging Photographers’ Auction, iGavel.com.
Midwest Contemporary, Curated by Karen Irvine and Natasha Egan, Lillstreet Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Recession Art Presents: Facts and Fictions, Curated by Ani Katz and Sara Winston, Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, NY.
Kinsey Institute 8th Annual Juried Art Show, Grunwald Gallery of Art, Bloomington, IN.
2013 Columbia College MFA Photography Thesis Exhibition, Glass Curtain Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Tricksters, Curated by Jefferson Godard, C33 Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Pingyao Photo Festival, Pingyao, China.
The Great Refusal: Taking on New Queer Aesthetics, The Sullivan Galleries at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
S/he Loves Me, Curated by Camille Morgan and Betsy Odom, Northern Trust, Chicago, IL.
Momenta Art Benefit, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY.
It’s a Thin Line Between Love and Hate, United Photo Industries, Brooklyn, NY.
The Sh Sound Was Difficult, Curated by Deric Carner, Louis V. E. S. P., Brooklyn, NY.
Registered, Curated by Amie Scally and Ryan Evans, White Columns, New York, NY.
Identities, Curated by Jorge Martin Villa, Brooklyn Borough Hall, Brooklyn, NY.
Viking Mountain Funeral, Celestial Suitcase, Brooklyn, NY.
White Columns 40th Anniversary Benefit Auction, White Columns, New York, NY.
DIY WPA, Curated by Joe Sheftel, Envoy Enterprises, New York, NY.
Onward ’09, Curated by Peter Barberie, Project Basho Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
GEISAI MIAMI 2008, Curated by Joao Ribas, Matthew Higgs and Shamim M. Momin, Parliament Building, Miami, FL.
NurtureArt Benefit Auction, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY.
Everyday Objects, Performance as part of Martine Kaczynski’s “Sky Rights” Public Installation, Brooklyn, NY.
The Line Line That Connects You To Me, Curated by Dana Gentile, Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
Is It Possible To Make A Photograph of New Jersey Regardless of Where You Are In The World?, Curated by Laurel Ptak, The Pierro Gallery, NJ.
A Place For Pictures, Kaliningrad Art Museum, Kaliningrad, Russia.
Gregg Evans: We Only See the Sky As It Was, Grant Gill, Lenscratch.com, 2013.
Don/Dean Interview, Dondeanblog.com, 2013.
Mourning Arpad, PDF Zine, IMAGE FILE PRESS, 2013.
FlakPhoto.com Feature, Flakphoto.com, 2013.
Magical Realism, Phillip A Hartigan, Hyperallergic.com, 2013.
A Momentary Interaction, Self Published Zine, 2013.
Hyperallergic LABS Feature, Hyperallergic.tumblr.com, 2013 & 2012.
We Only See The Sky As It Was, Self Published Zine, 2012.
The Physical Impossibility of Remembering Last New Years (For Ross) / Turning Us Into A Math Equation, Self Published Zine, 2012.
At Home/Not At Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Center For Curatorial Studies, Bard College, 2010.
Gregg Evans / Ebersmoore Gallery, New City, July 15, 2010.
Interview with Jonathan Cherry, Mullitover.cc, 2009.
Gregg Evans’ The Things I Once Owned., Theexposureproject.blogspot.com, 2009
Lucy Said: ‘I Don’t Get It’, and I Said: ‘Word’., Self Published Zine, 2009.
Artist Statement: Gregg Evans, Lisa Baldini, Freewilliamsburg.com, 2009.
Winners, Juror of the GEISAI Prize, Marci Kwon, Whitewallmag.com, 2008.
Gregg Evans and more, at the NURTUREart benefit, jameswagner.com, 2008.
BAC Gallery Presents: The Line That Connects You To Me, BAC News, Summer 2008 Edition.
The State of Upstate, 5×7″ Self Published Zine, 17 pages with Fold-Out, Edition of 50, 2008.
Roundup #7: The Best Artists This Week on ArtReview.com, Artreview.com.
I Could Walk Away Now And You Wouldn’t Care, 10×8″ Self Published Artists Book, 26 pages, Edition of 100, 2008.
AWARDS & RESIDENCIES
Wassaic Project Winter Residency, Wassaic, NY, 2014.
Honorable Mention, Camera Club of New York Juried Competition, Curated by Justine Kurland, 2013.
Albert P. Weisman Award, 2013.
Commissioned photographs for the CCS Bard Hessel Museum, 2010.
Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant Nominee, 2009.
MIT List Visual Art Center
University of Chicago Library
Salford Zine Library
The Perch Zine Library