Eliot Greenwald (b. 1983) is a contemporary American artist who was born and raised in Portland, Maine and now lives and works in New York City. Eliot is a self-taught artist who has been included in numerous shows in New York City and throughout the US. Eliot recently celebrated his debut solo show in New York City at Hesse Flatow Gallery. Eliot also has an upcoming solo show with Taymour Grahne Projects (London, online), Two person show curated by Andrew Sendor with Future Fairs, and a group show at Padre Gallery (NYC). Recently he has shown his work with Drawer (NYC), The Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY.) Emmanuel Barbault Gallery (NYC), Spring Break Art Fair (NYC), Christie’s (NYC). Eliot had a solo booth at The Spring Break Art Fair (NYC) in 2019 and has received press on-line through media outlets such as Juxtapoz Magazine, ArtNews, Artsy, Hyperallergic and Young Space as well as been published in Let’s Panic Magazine and Maake Magazine. He has participated in many charitable exhibitions hosted by: Art Walk NY (NYC), Yossi Milo Gallery (NYC), Monica King Contemporary (NYC), Gavin Brown’s Enterprise (NYC), Artists For Humans (NYC) and Let’s Panic Magazine (NYC). Selected group shows at: Wassaic Project (NY), Cunsthaus (FL), Art Movement (LA), Ortega y Gassett (NY), Latchkey Gallery (NY), Unisex Salon (NY), Bruce High Quality Foundation (NY), Idio Gallery (NY)