Justin John Greene (b. 1984, Los Angeles) lives and works in Los Angeles. He received his BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007.
Recent solo and two-person exhibitions include What Can Smoke Do To Iron?, Collaborations by T. Asbæk, Copenhagen (2020); Marnie Weber & Justin John Greene, Simon Lee, New York (2019); A Warmer World, Carl Kostyál, London (2019); Welcome to Our Mess, Simon Lee, London (2018); Life Hack, Smart Objects, Los Angeles (2018); 94 Rue du Bac, Presented by Romain Dauriac & Franklin Melendez, Paris (2017); O Buona Ventura!, Jessica Silverman, San Francisco (2017).
Recent group exhibitions include En Plein Air, Simon Lee, London (2019); Noise! Frans Hals, Otherwise, Frans Hals Museum Haarlem, Netherlands (2019); Malmö Sessions, Carl Kostyál, Malmö, Sweden (2019); L.A. Dreams 2, CFHill, Stockholm (2019); On Anxiety, The Cleve Carney Art Gallery, Glen Ellyn, IL (2018); An Uncanny Likeness, Simon Lee, New York (2017); The Gildless Age, curated by Denise Johnson, in conjunction with TAM curatorial, The Torrance Art Museum, CA (2016).