GRANT GILL                                                                                   

          BFA Photography, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, 2013
          MFA, University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, 2019

One and Two Person Exhibitions
          Some Gay Icons, 840 Gallery, Cincinnati, OH
All Points North, Maybe, The Waiting Room, Cincinnati, OH
          Extra-spectral, Project 1612, Peoria, IL
          Flexible Magic, The Neon Heater, Findlay, OH
          Levitation in Three Points, 10th Street Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
          A Couple of Wavy Lines, Chamber, Milwaukee, WI
          New Works: Grant Gill and Kyle Seis, Perspectives Gallery, MIAD, Milwaukee, WI

Group Exhibitions
Never Gonna Give You Up, Var Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
2019 School of Art Graduating MFA Student Showcase, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
Mood Lighting, Like in Your Parents’ Basement in the Mid 90s, The Neon Heater, Findlay, OH
Flock and Fold, SÍM Gallery, Reykjavík, Iceland
          One Line Over the Other, Wave Pool, Cincinnati, OH
          Prologue, The Alice Wilds, Milwaukee WI
          Relevant to the Facts, Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD, Milwaukee, WI
          The Same But Different, Gallery 224, Port Washington, WI
          A Great Sum (In Parts), Osnova Gallery, Moscow
          Context 2016, Filter Space, Chicago, IL
          Vacancies & Vortexes, Skylab Gallery, Columbus, OH
          00000 GHOOST $HOW VI, After School Special, Milwaukee, WI
          The Future is Now: Group Show, Section A Studio, Brooklyn, NY
          00000 GHOOST $HOW V, BORDERLINE and Attic on Walworth, Milwaukee, WI
          2014 MIAD Alumni Exhibition, Art Mills, Grafton, WI
          Everyday Mysteries, Northwestern Mutual Art Gallery, Cardinal Stritch, Milwaukee, WI
          Sharon Lynne Wilson Center for the Arts, Emerging Artist Gallery, Brookfield, WI
          Juried Senior Exhibition, Fredrick Layton Gallery, MIAD, Milwaukee, WI
          Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design Senior Exhibition, Milwaukee, WI
          The Magic of Light, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, VT
          Altered State?, Pocono Art Council, Stroudsburg, PA

          Mary L. Nohl Suitcase Export Fund, Milwaukee, WI
          Emerging Artist Finalist, The Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowship, Milwaukee, WI

The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (SÍM), REK, Iceland

           Goodbye Weekend #1
           Oranbeg PressOranbeg NET 16, Ectoplasm - Curated by Ulrike Biets
           Float Photo MagazineIssue 4, Diminutive
           Half-Year (vol. 2)

Online Publications
The Fullest, interview with David Aragon
           GUP magazine
           YET magazine
           a new nothing, in conversation with Kyle Seis
           Phases Magazine
           Streit House Space
           Ain't Bad Magazine
           The Swap, Collaboration with Kyle Seis
           New Directions, Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography
           The Future is Now
           The Swap, Collaboration with Georgia Lloyd
           The Swap, Collaboration with Emily Porter
            fly over art

Homesick For Nowhere, Performing For No One, Temporary Art Review, Jenna Knapp
          Mystery of the Mundane, Urban Milwaukee, Kat Murrell

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
          University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Special Collections Library

Lectures and Presentations
DISCOURSE: Lillstreet Photography Department, Chicago, IL
Artist Talk: The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (SÍM), REK, Iceland
Artist Talk: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

The Pitch Project Artist Book Fair, The Pitch Project, Milwaukee, WI
27 Pineapples, Portrait Society Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
Attribute (v./n.), Perspectives Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

Written Works
Cinematic Light in a World of Blue: Projection and Reflection, Surface: CVSN Anthology, CVSN biennial
          Passing Glances, A Person is a Noun Introduction, Dean Jensen Gallery
          Interview with Caroline Tompkins, Rider, Lenscratch
          Interview with Mark Dorf, The States Project, Lenscratch