SELECTED SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Oakland University Art Gallery. Rochester, MI Cynthia Greig: Subverting the (un)Conventional
Witzenhausen Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Clark Gallery, Lincon, MA
DNJ Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
UNO Art Space, Stuttgart GERMANY
Wall Space Gallery, Seattle WA
Museo de la Fotografia, Santa Fe, ARGENTINA
Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
FOTO ARTE, Brasilia, BRAZIL
Casa de la Cultura, Salta ARGENTINA
Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Cabildo de la Ciudad, NIU Festival, Córdoba, ARGENTINA
San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco
Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea ENGLAND
Margaret Harvey Gallery, St. Albans ENGLAND
Weitman Gallery of Photographic Arts, St. Louis, MO
Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario CANADA
Moreau Art Galleries, St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN
Museum of Art, SUNY-Potsdam, NY
Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto CANADA
Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI
The Wright Museum of Art, Beloit, WI Looking Twice: Cynthia Greig & Michael Hernandez de Luna/Michael Thompson
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Fred Torres Collaborations, NY, NY, Live from Detroit
The Butcher's Daughter, Ferndale, MI Me/We
Camera Club of New York, NY, Drawing Pictures: Jowhara AlSaud, Cynthia Greig, Ashley Reid & Athena Waligore
Concord Art Association, Concord MA Seeing is Believing
SpringBox Gallery Portland, OR, Diffusion: Unconventional Photogrpahy
The Butcher’s Daughter, Ferndale, MI The Trace of Archive and Memory
Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, COMPLICITY: Contemporary Photography and the Matter of Sculpture (with Ginny Cook, Igor Eskinja, Daniel Gordon, Cynthia Greig, Chris Jones and Vik Muniz)
Esther M. Klein Art Gallery, University Science Center, Philadellphia PA The Vitreous: Of Eyes and Optics
Eastern Michigan University Art Gallery, Ypsilanti, MI The Elements of Photography
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA Works on Paper
Clark Gallery, Lincoln MA Staged
Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington DE Philadelphia Collects Works on Paper
John Jellico Gallery, Denver CO Elements of Photography
Forest City Gallery, London Ontario CANADA, Stranger than Fiction - The Delicate Art of Faking History
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL Relative Closeness: Portraits of Family & Friends
Catalyst Arts, Belfast IRELAND Trauma Interrupted: The Felt Experience Project
Tower Fine Arts Gallery, SUNY Brockport, NY, Not Right: Artists Alter Natural Schemes
The Gallery Project, Ann Arbor, MI Humor and Art
Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA After
OPENSOURCE ART, Champaign, IL, Spectacles of the Real
South Bend Regional Art Museum, South Bend, IN. Biennial 23
The Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy, NY Reality Show
Harvestworks, NY, NY Whiz Bang: Videos by Emerging Artists
RedCat Theater, Disney Hall, Los Angeles, CA, LA Freewaves How Can You Resist? Inheritance
Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris FRANCE, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin
Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto Of Kith and Kin
Houston Center for Photography, Houston TX Truth Matters: The Meaning of Objects
International Center for Photography, New York, NY Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self ONLINE EXHIBITION
Center for Photography, Woodstock, NY Managing Eden
Warren Robbins Gallery, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor The Playground Show
SPACES, Cleveland, OH Selections: John Benevuto, Peter Dudek, Cynthia Greig, Cathy Smith, Lorraine Tady
Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH The Photographic Edge
Buckham Gallery, Flint, MI Black or White
Institute of Contemporary Art, London, ENGLAND After Dolly: Art, Science and Ethics
ORGANIZED BY THE COMPASSION FOR WORLD FARMING TRUST AND LITTORAL ARTS
University Art Gallery, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI The Truth of Appearances: Cynthia Greig, Michael Hernandez de Luna & Peter Patchen
Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff, AZ ArtCultureNature
Penelec Gallery, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA Apocalypse Noir
Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, MI Bounded Intervals: Michele Brody, Cynthia Greig, Sheila Moss & John Roloff
Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, IL Curator's Choice
The Clement Gallery,Toledo, OH Embellished Truths
Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, MI The New Millennium
The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN Ten
Gallery Northwest. Indiana University, Gary, IN Reversing the Gaze: Women Looking at the Male Nude
Institute for the Humanities, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Images & the Imaginary
Matrix Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI Group Consequences
SFCamerawork, San Francisco, CA Bodies of Evidence: Julie Blankenship, Christine Dallas, Cynthia Greig, Jin Lee
The Alternative Museum, New York, NY National Showcase Exhibition
The Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX The Visual Diary
Dick Goody. Cynthia Greig: Subverting the (un)Conventional (exhibition catalogue), Rochester, MI: Oakland University Art Gallery.
Michael Hodges. "Cynthia Greig Retrospective Jiggles Lens on Reality, Detroit News, Feb. 17, 17M.
Robert De Valle, “Subversive Clause,” Real Detroit Weekly, Jan. 4, 14.
Herbert Ascherman. As We See Them: Exotic and Erotic Images from Contemporary Alternative Process Photographers
(exhibition catalogue), Bloomington, IN: The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction.
Leah Ollman. “These Rich Textures of Life,” Los Angeles Times, June 25, D15.
Michael Van der Tol. "Interview with Cynthia Greig" Diffusion Magazine, v. II, 26-32.
Aram Kim, “Cynthia Greig” Photo+ (Seoul, Korea) October, 88-95.
Roberta Fallon. “What You See isn’t Always What You Get at Klein Art Gallery,” Philadelphia Weekly, Aug.12.
Edith Newhall. “Eye-centric Exhibition Provoking Looks and Laughs, Philadelphia Inquirer, Aug. 2.
Kenneth Baker. “Review of Complicity,” San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 14.
Petra Mostbacher-Dix. “Faszinierende Perspektiven,” SUR, Dec/Jan 2009
Susan Shifrin, ed. Re-Framing Representations of Women, Hampshire England: Ashgate Publishing, 2008, 129, 247-249.
Georg Leisten. “Milchige Dinggespenster,” Stuttgarter Zeitung, December 5.
Joshua Lynch. “Review of Wallspace exhibit,” Seattle Weekly, September 24.
Mauricio Alejo. “What a Wonderful World,” Fahrenheit (Mexico City, MEXICO) April, 30-31.
Cate McQuaid. “Photographers Add New Dimensions to Still Life,” Boston Globe, June 25.
Angela Faris-Belt. The Elements of Photography. Focal Press, 152-155, 280-283
Susan Ciccotti. “Aperture Prize Runner-Up” (online editorial essay www.aperture.org) New York, NY
Mareesa Nicosia. “Visit dogs, frogs and other ‘not right’ creatures in Tower
” The Stylus, Jan. 30, v. 101, no.12.
Slavka Sverakova. “Felt Experience” Circa Art Magazine, Belfast IRELAND Spring, no.119, 92-94.
Dan Ehrenworth. Stranger than Fiction: The Delicate Art of Faking History” (essay)
Silvia Mangialardi. “Sobre las apariencias,” Fotomundo Buenos Aires ARGENTINA September, 58-62.
Elda Harrington and Alejandro Montes de Oca, XIV Encuentros Abiertos/Festival de la Luz:: Realidad(i)realidad (exhibition catalogue), 48-49.
Cate McQuaid, “Among the Missing” Boston Globe, March 2.
Laura Donaldson. After (exhibition catalogue) Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston MA, 21-22.
Amber Whiteside. "Solos” San Francisco, CA. October, 14.
Kate Menconeri and Ariel Shanberg. “Managing Eden” Photography Quarterly. Woodstock NY: CPW, no. 91, 4-15.
Gina Occhiogrosso. Reality Show. Exhibition brochure. Troy, NY: Arts Center of the Capital Region.
Ute Nöll, “Fokus,” Frankfurter Rundschau Magazin, Frankfurt GERMANY, Oct. 16, 7.
Alison Kenzie, Of Kith and Kin. Exhibition brochure essay. Toronto CANADA: Gallery 44.
Jessica Lack. “Belonging” The Guardian Guide, London UK Sept. 13-19, 34.
Hannah Shuckburgh. “Preview:Belonging” ArtPreview London UK, April, 43.
Rachel Garfield. Belonging. Exhibition catalogue essay. Focal Point Gallery, Essex UK.
Eileen Pollack. “Fiction Writers and Other Well-Intentioned Frauds,” The Writer’s Chronicle, March, 33-40.
J. Carlos Cantu. “Display Merges Sight, Sound with Wacky Sense of Humor,” Ann Arbor News, Aug. 3, C1.
Jason Lahr. Cynthia Greig: Little Differences. Brochure essay. Moreau Art Galleries, Notre Dame, IN.
Jeff Hoone. Contact Sheet Annual 117, Syracuse, NY: Light Work, 22-27.
Roger Green. “Sept. 11 Collides with Art.” Ann Arbor News, September 10.
Carol Novak.”Review of solo exhibit UICA,” New Art Examiner, March/April, 83-84.
Julie Johnson. "The Return of Beauty in Contemporary Art and Art History," Rendezvous, Vol. 36, No. 1, Fall, 1 - 21.
Katy McCormick. The Bride Wore Trousers. Brochure essay. Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto CANADA.
Behind the Lens. Featured in documentary on contemporary photography, CTV, Canadian Television
Peter Goddard. “Imaginary Artist,” The Toronto Star, June 7, G10.
Dan Mills. American Identities. Exhibition catalogue. SUNY-Potsdam Museum of Art.
Joy Hakansan Colby. “Artists Market Eclectic Show Works,” Detroit News, 9D.
Jan Worth. "Buckham Exhibit is Passionate and Personal," The Flint Journal. March 19, F4.
Cynthia Morgan. “Review of ‘Ten,’” New Art Examiner, March, 62-63.
Patricia Briggs. Review of "Ten, ” City Pages, Minneapolis MN October 7, 27-28.
Diane Kirkpatrick. Images and the Imaginary. Brochure. Institute for the Humanities, Ann Arbor MI
J. Carlos Cantu. "Avant to be Loved," The Ann Arbor News, September 28, D1-2.
Carol Novak. "Art Moves into the Closet," Agenda, Ann Arbor MI, January, 14.
Cynthia Morgan. Review of Matrix Gallery exhibition. New Art Examiner, February, 46.
Carol Novak. "Reinventing One's Identity," Michigan Photography Journal, 14-15.
Beth Goldberg. “Bodies of Evidence,” Camerawork, San Francisco CA Fall/Winter, 41-42.
Patricia Lee Yongue. "The Rite of Women's Autobiography, Spot, Houston TX, Spring, 13-14.
J. Carlos Cantu. “Photographs Challenge Gender Stereotypes,” Ann Arbor News, September 29, 8.
Whitley Setrakian . Review of Matrix Gallery exhibition. Ann Arbor Observer, October, 95.
SELECTED AWARDS AND HONORS
2009 SFCamerawork Fine Print Program, San Francisco CA
2007 Aperture Magazine, New York NY, Aperture Prize Runner-Up (1 of 4)
2004 Santa Fe Center for Photography, Assignment Earth Award
2003 Houston Center for Photography, HCP Photography Fellowship
2001 Light Work, Syracuse, NY, Artist-in-Residence
2004 “Flying Under the Radar” catalogue essay for Peter Finnemore: Zen Gardener, Llandudno,
Wales: Oriel Mostyn
2003 Women in Pants: Manly Maidens, Cowgirls and Other Renegades New York, NY: Harry N.
2001 “The Bride Wore Trousers” in The Body Aesthetic, Tobin Siebers editor. Ann Arbor: University
of Michigan Press
2000 Sampler: Chris Caruso, Andrea Champlin, & John Richardson (exhibition catalogue essay),
Detroit: Detroit Artists Market
1999 Containers of Memory (curatorial catalogue essay), Detroit: Detroit Artists Market
1998 Un-defining…Print (curatorial catalogue essay), Detroit: Detroit Artists Market
1995 MFA The University of Michigan School of Art + Design, Ann Arbor, MI
1988 MA The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA