Gregory Fitz is a visual artist, writer and curator based in Minneapolis. His visual art practice consists of sculptural installations and paintings. Broadly speaking, his work explores modernism’s influence and history, how value is assigned to art objects through evidence of labor and how art making fits within larger conversations surrounding consumption, sustainability and permanence. His essays have appeared in The Drake, This is Fly, the Fly Fish Journal and in Silverwood Park’s Poetry in the Park series. He is the Director and Curator at the Law Warschaw Gallery at Macalester College in St. Paul, MN. In that capacity he has assembled and presented over 50 visual art exhibitions since 2002.