Greg Fadell is an artist who begins each body of work with an existential question about human nature, history, and physicality. He unpacks widely held beliefs about aesthetics and process, considering each piece created as living evidence that there are infinite perspectives through which it can be read.
Greg Fadell received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. His solo exhibitions include the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), curated by Jens Hoffmann, and Re:View Contemporary in Detroit, MI. His selected group exhibitions include MOCAD, Detroit, MI; Gare Saint Sauveur, Lille, France; Whitdel Arts, Detroit, MI; Venice Biennale, Luciano Benetton Foundation / Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Italy; and UICA (Urban Institute of Contemporary Art), Grand Rapids, MI. Fadell was recently featured in New American Paintings (Issue 119, 2015).
Custom formulated acrylic on cotton
88h x 74w in each
“I wanted to create something that allowed the viewer to bring their own impressions to it.”
— Greg Fadell
Archival ink on vinyl
93.5h x 111.5 in
Water Lillies, 2016
Museum Poster on cotton on Wood panel
22h x 36w in