Greg Brophy is a Brooklyn-based photographer who documents New York’s disappearing neighborhoods and the void that is left there. He primarily works with medium and large format film and often uses alternative printing methods to connect the finished piece with the subject matter.
BFA from Syracuse University September 1992 – May 199
Top 200 photographers in Photolucidia’s Critical Mass 2015
Flash Powder Projects April 2015
2019 Alternative Visions, LightBox Photographic Gallery 1045 Marine Drive Astoria, Oregon
2013 Sandy: The Once and Future Superstorm, Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ
2013 The International Art Festival, CPW 25 Gallery, New York, NY
2013 The 5th Annual Curious Camera Event, Arts Eye Gallery, Tucson AZ
2013 Into The Blue, The Impossible Project Space New York, NY
2010 “Cold Fingers Reach Into the Night Air” Exhibited by the MTA in the 181st Street Subway New York, NY
2007 Economy, The City College of New York, NY
2006 Vague Terrain: Manhattanville, The City College of New York, NY
Publications (print and online)
2017 "The Iron Triangle" Featured in The Edge of Humanity
2017 "The Iron Triangle" Featured in Lenscratch
2016 "The Iron Triangle" Featured in Fraction Magazine
2015 "The Iron Triangle" Interview with David Rosenberg from Behold, The Photo Blog
2013 “The Life and Death of a Shore Town” Interview with The Impossible Project on their website
2013 "Coney Island Lost" FotoVisura website
2012 "Coney Island Lost" Glossom website
2012 "Coney Island Lost" Pure Photo website
2012 "Coney Island Lost" Square magazine
2010 "Highbridge Tower 3" SHOTS Magazine Issue #108
2010 “Anette Betty” Fotoblur
2019 Denis Roussel Award 2019 - Rfotofolio selection “The Iron Triangle”
Review Sante Fe 2019
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