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2017
James Kalm Report, Greg Lindquist Smoke and Water: Dispatches at CENTRAL BOOKING
An Immiscible Swirl: Greg Lindquist at Central Booking by Henry Chapman, artcritical.com
Smoke and Water: Dispatches Catalog
Murals with Morals, Creative Loafing Charlotte
The Art World Hits the Street, artinfo.com

2016
Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, Artists to Artists, Volume 2
Greg Lindquist on His Work in Altered Land from The North Carolina Museum of Art on Vimeo
Altered Land, ART PAPERS
Smoke and Water: A Living Painting, Art Seen, Teens Art Council, NCMA
“A Diversity of Voices”: Greg Lindquist’s Environmental Painting Installations, Designlife
Damian Stamer, Greg Lindquist and Burk Uzzle, Independent Weekly
Smoke and Water Catalogue
A Sanctuary for Weeds: Social Ecologies at the Gallery at Industry City, artcritical.com
Social Ecologies, James Kalm Report
Social Ecologies, Art in America
Two Very Important Ecology Shows in Brooklyn, Ecology Without Nature (Timothy Morton)

2015
By this River: Greg Lindquist Paints Against Coal-Ash Pollution, artcritical.com

2014
Culcalorus 20: Q+A with installation artist Greg Lindquist, Wilmington Star News
Coal Ash Impact Concerns Expressed through Art, Film, Lumina News
Focus on Coal Ash Art at Festival, Wilmington Star News
Surface Tension: Greg Lindquist in Conversation with Charlie Schultz, Artslant
Greg Lindquist on WetLand, Empathy, and Boat Cuisine
On PAINTING, PLACE AND THE POLITICAL by Greg Lindquist
Greg Lindquist by Orit Gat, Bomb
Duke Energy, Greg Lindquist and Mary Mattingly, The Huffington Post
Environmental Art, The News and Observer
Kline and Lindquist Talk Site Specificity and Art Fairs, NY Arts Magazine

2013
Ministry of Highways: A Guide to the Performative Architecture of Tbilisi, ed Joanna Warsza, Sternberg Press
Brooklyn Arts: A Crash Course, L Magazine
Art, Industry Meet in Bushwick, The Wall Street Journal

2012
Scorched Earth, Tucson Weekly
Greg Lindquist in conversation with Mary Mattingly and Wendy Vogel, Art on Air.org/ Clocktower Gallery
Greg Lindquist with Tom McGrath, Bomb
Greg Lindquist at Elizabeth Harris, ARTnews
Past the City Limits: Greg Lindquist Breaks New Ground, artcritical.com
Greg Lindquist at Elizabeth Harris, James Kalm Report
Must-See Shows in New York, Saatchi Magazine Online
Greg Lindquist You are Nature, Art-Rated

2011
A New York View in Miami, Knight Arts
New American Landscapes at Flanders, Independent Weekly
Greg Lindquist at Elizabeth Harris, Sculpture
Planet of Slums, Art Review

2010
LaToya Frazier and Greg Lindquist, Bomb
Postcard from Tbilsi, Frieze Magazine
They Paved Paradise and Put Up a Parking Lot: Critics's Pick, ARTnews

2009
The Waste Land: Greg Lindquist's Industrial Landscapes, The South Wing
Jen Bekman Artist to Watch: Greg Lindquist, Flavorwire
Plenty for $20: Greg Lindquist's 20x200 Edition, New York Press

2008
Greg Lindquist at Elizabeth Harris, Art in America
Factory Guy, The New York Sun
9th Street Entry Gallery Showcases New Exhibit, The Clarion
On the Waterfront, Independent Weekly
Painting Gentrification, Brownstoner
Artist Freezes Urban Landscape in Flux, The News and Observer
Art picks: Greg Lindquist at NCSU College of Design, The News and Observer
Urban Landscapes at Elizabeth Harris, ARTnews
Remembrance of Things Present, Essay by Cary S. Levine for NCSU and Bethel Exhibition Brochure
He Paints the Town, NC State Alumni Magazine
Testing the Urban Topography, The New York Sun
Findings, Harper's
Brooklyn Industries, New York Arts
Memorializing the Industrial Brooklyn, Greenpoint Gazette
Rackstraw Downes at Betty Cuningham and Greg Lindquist at Elizabeth Harris, artcritical.com
The James Kalm Report
Fade to Grey, New York Arts
To Brooklyn, The Morning News
Construction Sight, Brooklyn Based
Brooklyn Construction and Destructoporn as Art, Curbed.com

2007
A 'Naked' Lure for Artists, The New York Sun
Brooklyn in Ruins, The New York Observer
I Art Brooklyn, Brooklyn Paper
Q & A with Greg Lindquist, Go Brooklyn