Gregor Turk

Gregor Turk

Atlanta, GA, United States

About Gregor Turk

Known for his public art installations, ceramic sculpture, photography, and mixed-media constructions, Gregor Turk often incorporates mapping imagery and cultural markings into his artwork. He has permanent public art installations at the Atlanta and Jacksonville airports. His work is included in the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, High Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art - Georgia (MOCA GA) and numerous other public and private collections. Turk grew up in Atlanta, received his B.A. from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee and his M.F.A. from Boston University. Between degrees he served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Liberia. His studio is located in Atlanta and his work can be seen at:


Boston University: MFA, Boston, Mass., 1989
Rhodes College: BA, Memphis, Tenn., l982


Selected Solo Exhibitions:
Torque: Ponce City Market, Atlanta, Ga., 2016
Terminal Velocity: Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta, Ga., 2012
Shift: Astolfi Art Gallery, Atlanta, Ga. 2011
Flying Solo: Nashville International Airport, 2009
Interstate 50: Hagedorn Foundation Gallery, 2008
Manifold Manifesto: Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, Del., 2005
South of North: The Laredo Center for the Arts, Laredo, Texas, 1999
Interstate 50: City Gallery at Chastain, Atlanta, Ga., 1998
The Legend Series: McIntosh Gallery, Atlanta, Ga., 1997
49th Parallel Project: Winnipeg, Manitoba & Banff, Alberta,Canada, Minneapolis, Minn.,
Great Falls, Montana, Atlanta, Ga., 1995 - 97
Points of Reference: Tula Foundation Gallery, Atlanta, Ga., 1991