Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
The Kemper Museum, Kansas City, Missouri
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC
Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida
The West Collection, Oaks, Pennsylvania
Sprint Nextel Corporation, Overland Park, Kansas
Franklin Company Collections, Los Angeles
L, G, & F Advertising, Brussels, Belgium
Kevin Thomas Films
ParVest Asset Management
Hallmark Collection, Kansas City, Missouri


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Since the age of 10, Jill Greenberg has staged photographs and created characters using the mediums of drawing, painting, sculpture, film and photography. She is known worldwide for her uniquely human animal portraits, which intentionally anthropomorphize her subjects, as well as her infamous series, “End Times” which struck a nerve in its exploration of religious, political, and environmental themes exploiting the raw emotion of toddlers in distress. Her recent work marks a return to the postmodern feminist theory that inspired her senior thesis, “The Female Object” as an art student at RISD in the 80’s. “Glass Ceiling”, and “Horse” find their unique voice by way of interrogating the banal; the politics of the body and representation are shown to play out in everything.  Greenberg has published 4 books— “Monkey Portraits*” and “Bear Portraits” published by Little, Brown and “Horses” by Rizzoli. And TF Editores and DAP published “End Times.”


“Aperture Summer Open: Photography Is Magic” Aperture Foundation, New York City
“Beauty and the Beast: The Animal in Photography” MoPA, San Diego
“Paintings” Bau-Xi Photo, Toronto, Featured Exhibition, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
“Headshots: Contemporary Photographic Portraiture,” ClampArt, New York City
“Norwood Club: Lounge Exhibition,” Norwood Club, New York City
“Wet Panties” Southampton, New York
“Australian and International Contemporary Photography” Sydney, Australia
“Paintings" ClampArt, New York City
“The Stand-ins" MoPLA, Los Angeles
“The Growth of a Collection Part 2 (2002-2014)“ Daytona Beach, Florida
“New Cats in Art Photography” Group show, Humble Arts Foundation
“Monkey Portraits and End Times", Jaski Art Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“New Cats in Art Photography.“ presented by the Humble Arts Foundation, Online Exhibition
“Monkey Portraits & End Times” Jaski Art Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“Cat Art Show” Los Angeles, California
“Horse” O’Born Contemporary, Toronto, Canada
“Welcome to LA/Please Come Again” LAX Airport United Terminal, Los Angeles
“Jill Greenberg, Works 2001-2011” Fotografiska, Stockholm, Sweden
“FACE it,” Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, New York
“Photo 13: Jill Greenberg, Bastienne Schmidt, and Roger Ricco,” Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, New York
“Horses” Jaski Art Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“Horse” ClampArt, New York City
“Legitimate Rape : Political Art in 2012” Group Show, Katherine Cone Gallery, Los Angeles
“Dark Blue: The Water as Protagonist,” Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
“Glass Ceiling & Horse” O’born Contemporary, Toronto, Canada
“America Rules!,” The West Collection at SEI, Oaks, Pennsylvania
“Chungmuro Photo Festival 2012” Seoul, South Korea
“Getxophoto Festival 2012: In Praise of Childhood,” Bilbao, Spain
“Full of Grace,” Palm Beach Photographic Centre, West Palm Beach
“Glass Ceiling,” O’Born Contemporary, Toronto
“Commentary and Dissent,” Katherine Cone Gallery, Los Angeles
“Glass Ceiling,” Hagedorn Foundation gallery, in conjunction with Atlanta
Celebrates Photography, Atlanta
“Glass Slipper,” Grey Area, Pulse Los Angeles
“American Girl Doll,” Billboard LAXART, Pacific Standard Time, Los Angeles
“(Un)Natural Histories,” Kemper Museum, Kansas City, MO
“2011 Juried Art Show,” The SoFA Gallery / Grunwald Gallery of Art, The Kinsey
Institute, Bloomington, Indiana
“Dangerously Young,” Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent Belgium
“Glass Ceiling,” ClampArt, New York City
“Horses,” ClampArt, New York City
“Open Daybook Project Exhibit,” LACE, Los Angeles
“Ursine,” Jaski Art Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“Humanimal,” Portsmouth Museum of Art, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
“Exposed: Photography Group Show,” Morgan Lehman Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut
“Bumpy Ride,” MACRO Future, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, in conjunction with FotoGrafia, Rome
“Heads or Tails,” Mary Ryan Gallery, New York
“Proof,” Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
“Museum of Unnatural History,” ClampArt, New York
“SHOOT!,” Imago Galleries, Palm Desert, California
“Jill Greenberg,” acte2galerie, Paris, France
“Jill Greenberg: Monkey Portraits,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin