Vincent Greco is a research-focused designer, writer, and artist alive and well in Philadelphia, PA.
Surrounded by the ennui of the “American dream,” he turned to critical theory and philosophy to help inform his practice as a communicator, as a designer, and as a citizen. He is constantly working to convince himself that design can be a tool which bridges the social aspects of cultural production to the poetics of personal creation.
BFA (Hons) in Graphic Design with minor degree in Art History, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME 2013–2017
THE LANGUAGE OF SHAPE & FORM – 42 Maple Contemporary Art Center, Bethlehem, NH (June 2017) Collaborative work with ceramic artist Dominique Ostuni
Congregate: 2017 BFA Thesis Exhibition – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME (May 2017)
Identities – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME (February 2017) Exhibition of work resulting from a workshop led by visiting artist Tricia Treacy
Collective Actions II (Print Lab) – Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Portland, ME (February 2017)
BFA Show – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME (November 2016)
Merit Show – Maine College of Art, Portland, ME (February 2015 & February 2016)
Being There – Zand Head Gallery, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME (October 2015)