ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

 

MIT Museum, Time Machines, Cambridge, 2013 - 2014

Bellarmine Museum, Excavation, Fairfield University, 2013

Art Institute of Chicago, Architecture Under Construction, 2010

Gitterman Gallery, New York, 2008

Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2006

Candace Dwan Gallery, New York, 2006 

Fotofest Houston, Waterworks, 2004

The Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, In Between Architectures: Infrastructure       

  and the Construction Site, New York, 2003

Deutsche Bank Gallery, Waterworks, New York, 2003

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, 2000

The Municipal Art Society, Invisible New York, New York, 1998

Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, 1998

The Graham Foundation, Invisible New York, Chicago, Illinois, 1998

The Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, New York, 1994

Essential City: New York Waterfront Survey, The Cooper Union, New York, 1994

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

New York Public Library, New Acquisitions, 2018

Shifting Perspectives: Photographs of the Brooklyn Waterfront, Brooklyn Historical Society at Empire Stores, 2017

Light Work: 40 Artists/40 Years, Palitz Gallery, Lubin House, New York, and Ellis Gallery, Syracuse, 2013

Reinterpreting Brooklyn, Brooklyn Historical Society, 2010 

MIT Museum, Inaugural Exhibition of New Galleries, 2007-2009

Water Matters, Yager Museum of Art and Culture, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, 2006

Arti & Architettura 1900-2000, Palazzo Ducale, Genoa, Italy, 2004 – 2005

What’s New: Recent Acquisitions in Photography, The Whitney Museum of American Art, 2002

Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, 2001

Fresh Kills: The Photographs, the Municipal Art Society, New York, 2001

Water-Works, The Cooper Union, New York, 2001

New York Now 2000,The Museum of the City of New York, 2000

Permanent Collection Exhibition, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1999

 

 

GRANTS, AWARDS and RESIDENCIES

 

Municipal Art Society commission to photograph Grand Central Terminal, 2017-2018

The Hermitage Artist Retreat, Florida, 2013-2015

New York State Council on the Arts, Architecture and Design Program, Independent Project Grant, 2010

National Science Foundation Artists and Writers in Antarctica Program residency, 2009

Brooklyn Historical Society, Interpreting Brooklyncommission, 2008

National Endowment for the Arts, Design Program Grant, 2007

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Book Grant, 2007

Scientific Instrument Society Research Grant, London, 2007

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 2005

New York Society Library, Photography Book of the Year Award, 2004

New York Foundation for the Arts, Architecture and Environmental Structures Fellowship, 2002

MTA Arts for Transit Light Box Award/Columbia University School of the Arts, 1997

Artist-In-Residence, Light Work, Syracuse, New York, 1997

New York State Council on the Arts, Architecture and Design Program, Independent Project Grant, 1994

New York Foundation for the Arts, Photography Fellowship, 1994

Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago, Illinois, 1994

 

BOOKS

 

CODEX: New York.  Monacelli Press, 2019

Time Machines, Introduction by David C. Cassidy.  Hirmer Verlag. 2011

Architecture Under Construction.  Introduction by Joseph Rosa, University of Chicago Press.  2010

Waterworks: A Photographic Journey Through New York’s Hidden Water System. Essay by Matthew Gandy.  

   Princeton Architectural Press.  2003

Invisible New York: The Hidden Infrastructure of the City.  Introduction by Thomas Garver.  Johns Hopkins University  Press. 1998

New York Waterfront Survey.  The Monacelli Press, New York.  1997

 

ARTICLES, REVIEWS AND INTERVIEWS

 

Underexposed, Urban Omnibus, Monthly column about infrastructure in New York, 2017 - 2018

The Intercept, Look Inside the Windowless Skyscraper Linked to the NSA, by Ryan Gallagher and Henrik Moltke, November 19, 2016

MAK/ZINE  1/2014 (Austria) Review of Invisible New York by Clemens B. Setz

Art New England: Locating the Body in Stanley Greenberg’s Time Machines, by Sandrine Schaefer, January – February 2014

Slate Magazine: Inside the World’s Grandest Science Machines, by Jordan G. Teicher, November 23, 2013

The Boston Globe, Dreaming Machine Dreams at the MIT Museum, by Mark Feeney, September 30, 2013

NPR Science Friday: Chasing Time Machines, by Becky Fogel, September 25, 2013

International Business Times, Machines of Physics: Photographer Makes Atom-Smashers into Artworks, by Roxanne Palmer, August 20, 2013

CERN Courier Bookshelf:Time Machines, August 23, 2012

NPR Science Friday, Smashing Places, by Annette Heist, May 21, 2012

Art in America, Time Machines: Book Review, by Stephen Maine, December 2011

The Boston Globe, Mystery Machines: The Photographic Allure of Big Science, by Mark Feeney, November 27, 2011

The Wall Street Journal, December 2010. Book review by Lisa Rossi

Urban Omnibus, Fall 2010.  Interview by Varick Shute

Chicago Reader, August 2010,Twenty First Century Skeletons, by Stephen Longmire.

The Architects Newspaper, Stanley Greenberg’s Good Bones, June 28, 2010

San Francisco Chronicle, “Architecture Under Construction” by Kenneth Baker, May 16, 2010

Afterimage, Vol 38 No. 2, 2010.  Under Construction: A Conversation with Stanley Greenberg

Esopus Magazine, Spring 2009.  Chamber Pieces, Photographs by Stanley Greenberg, Essay by Peter Galison

ArtNews, June 2008, review by Hilarie Sheets

Blend Magazine (Netherlands), July 2006, article by Geoff Manaugh

BLDGBLOG, April 2006

Dwell Magazine, November, 2003

Studio 360, National Public Radio, October 11, 2003

Azure Magazine, December 2003

Doubletake Magazine, July 2001, pgs. 50-56

Art on Paper,July-August 2000, exhibition review by Anat Rosenberg, pg. 65

Interiors Magazine,April 2000,cover, pgs. 58-63

The Bloomsbury Review, November-December 1999, book review by Reamy Jansen

Die Zeit,Unsichtbares New York, August 19, 1999, pg. 43

The New Yorker,“Briefly Noted” review February 22, 1999, pg. 172

Times Literary Supplement, January 8, 1999, pg.28

New York and Company, WNYC,January 5, 1999

The New York Times, Books of the Year (City Section), December 27, 1998, pg. 8

Morning Edition, National Public Radio,Interviewed by Beth Fertig, December 8, 1998

Salon Magazine,Best Coffee Table Books of 1998

Daily News, “An Insider’s Look at ‘Invisible’ N.Y.”, by Laurel Touby, November 6, 1998, pg. 41

Metropolis, “Invisible New York”, November 1998, pp. 82-83

New YorkMagazine, “Photography: Now You See It”, November 9, 1998 pg. 86

The New York Times, “Buildings That Serve And That Are Served”, by Sarah Boxer, November 6, 1998, 

  pg. E40

Time Out, “Nether-nether Land”, October 22-29, 1998, Issue No. 161, pg. 63

Contact Sheet No. 94.Light Work, Syracuse, New York.  January 1998

Brooklyn Bridge Magazine, March 1996, pp. 50-57

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

 

Brooklyn Historical Society

Brooklyn Museum

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museum of the City of New York 

New York Public Library

Whitney Museum of American Art

Yale University Art Gallery

 

LECTURES

 

University of Arizona, Tucson

MIT Museum, Cambridge

Studio-X New York

Observatory Brooklyn

South Pole and McMurdo Stations, Antarctica

Mercer County Community College

The Storefront for Architecture

Borough of Manhattan Community College

South Street Seaport Museum

Brooklyn Public Library

Museum of the City of New York 

International Center of Photography

Municipal Art Society

Graham Foundation

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Master of Public Administration, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University

Bachelor of Arts in Art History, SUNY Stony Brook

Stuyvesant High School, New York