Kessler, American (1966 - )
Yale University School of Art, majored in painting, MFA awarded in May 1990. Graduated with the Old Holland Classic Oil Color Prize.
Carnegie‑Mellon University College of Fine Arts, obtained BFA degree in 1988. Given the 1986 Douglas H. Wilson Award for excellence in painting and drawing by the faculty of the Carnegie-Mellon University College of Fine Arts.
Yale University Ellen Bartell Stoekel Program in Art, Norfolk, CT, recipient of full fellowship.
Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC
Group Show, Inside Out Museum, Beijing, China
Group Show, Brooklyn Fire Proof East, Bushwick, New York
One Person Show, Mar-a-Lago, Palm Beach, Florida
Curated Group Show, Westbeth Gallery, New York
Group Show, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
One Person Show, Westbeth Gallery, New York
Group Show, Gallery Korea, New York
Curated Group Show, Creative Pier Gallery, New York
Drawing Show, 126 Rivington, New York
Three Person Show, Le Roy Nieman Center, Columbia University
One Person Show, Glorious Food Loft, New York
One Person Show, Adair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX
One Person Show, RoGallery, Long Island City, New York
One Person Show, WAX Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Artist in residence, Open Real Fundamental, St. Lorenzen‑bei Scheifling, Austria
Group Painting Show, American University, Washington, DC
One Person Show, George Billis Gallery, New York
“Body of Artifice” One Person Show, George Billis Gallery, New York
Group Show, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY
Group Painting Show, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
Group Show, Basilico Fine Arts, New York
Kate Spade, New York
MTV corporate headquarters, New York
Belsito and Company, New York
Jean‑Claude Nédélec, co‑owner, Glorious Food, New York Sean Driscoll, co‑owner, Glorious Food, New York
Greg Kessler is currently an Adjunct Professor of Printmaking at Columbia University. He has also taught at the City University of New York and has been a visiting lecturer at New York Academy of Art, New York University, Massachusetts College of Art, and Concordia University in Montréal.