Jeremy Lundquist
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Visiting Faculty
BA, Grinnell College
MFA, Ohio University

Jeremy Lundquist's work in print, drawing, photography, installation, and cut and collaged paper examines and organizes decay, resulting in a body of work questioning contemporary notions of progress and cleanliness by presenting images and texts of loss and disillusion.  Jeremy’s areas of research include museum and collection studies, modes of display, print ephemera, tourism, religion, modern warfare, labor relations, erasure, mapping, senses of place, land use, and linguistics.

He has been an artist-in-residence at Ox-Bow, Harold Arts, Spudnik Press, Kala Art Institute and the Vermont Studio Center. His work has been exhibited at Highpoint Center for Printmaking, the Chicago Cultural Center, Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois–Chicago, the Minnesota Center for Book Arts, and additional venues nationally and internationally. He has upcoming solo exhibitions at Free Range in Chicago and at the New York Mills Regional Cultural Center.

He has taught at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the University of Iowa, and the Perpich Center for Arts Education. He has been the recipient of the Grant Wood Printmaking Fellowship as well as the Jerome Fellowship for Emerging Printmakers and is currently a McKnight Fellow in Visual Art. He holds a BA in studio art from Grinnell College and an MFA in printmaking from Ohio University.