Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Madison, ME, 2019

University of Pennsylvania, M.F.A., Philadelphia, PA 2016

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, B.F.A., Chicago, IL 2009

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Bellas Artes, Madrid, ES 2008



Survey, David Peter Francis, New York, NY (solo)

Tiptoeing Through The Kitchen, Recent Photography, Luhring Augustine - Chelsea, New York, NY

On Time, Pendulum Gallery, Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver, BC

Butterflies, David Peter Francis, New York, NY


2023 Scotiabank New Generation Photography Award Exhibition, Arsenal Gallery, Toronto; 

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON

Past Remains, Bienal Sur 2023, Capilla de Arte, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Puebla, MX


Reciprocity, Marinaro, New York, NY 

Transmissions, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB (catalogue)

An Ecstasy All Their Own, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK


New Photographs, Blinkers, Winnipeg, MB (solo)

Aftermaths, Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City, MO


Screening Freedom, Mamie & Weavers Ultra, Philadelphia, PA


Metteur-en-scène, Terremoto/La Postal, Mexico City, MX (solo) (catalogue)

Monarchs, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO

Dead Futures, Heaven Gallery, Chicago

On The Fence, Aspect/Ratio Gallery, Chicago


Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez & Darryl Terrell, Roots & Culture, Chicago

Memorias Para Anhelar El Olvido, Worm Gallery, Valparaíso, CL

Companion Pieces, Anytime Department, Cincinnati, OH

Monarchs, North Miami Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; Blue Star Contemporary, San Antonio, TX

Thru The Roof, Alice Gallery, Seattle, WA

How Wide Is The Gulf?, Gravy Space, Philadelphia, PA


Monarchs - curated by Risa Puleo, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE (catalogue)

The Dangerous Professors, Triumph, Chicago, IL

Objective/Confess, The Drawing Room at The Arts Club, Chicago, IL (solo)


Scenario II: Let’s Get This Thing Going, ACRE Projects, Chicago, IL

Happiness Greens Our Irrelevance - organized by Hamza Walker, MAMA Annex, Los Angele, CA

Scenario I: Dancin’ in Heaven, ACRE Projects, Chicago, IL


Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You, The Windor Contemporaneo, Madrid, ES (solo)

Surf Club, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA

LIKE, Charles Addams Gallery, Philadelphia, PA


2024    Light Work Artist in Residence, Syracuse, NY

2023    Scotiabank New Generation Photography Award

2021     Emergency Grant, Foundation for Contemporary Arts 

2020    Professional Development Visual Arts Grant, Illinois Arts Council

2020    Artist in Residence, MassMoCA, North Adams, MA

2020    Individual Artists Fellowship Finalist Award - Photography, Illinois Arts Council

2018    Individual Artist Program Grant, City of Chicago - Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events


Montgomery, Jameson, “An Artist’s Photographic Arrangements, On Display in Chinatown”, T Magazine/New York Times, April, 2024

Bogoch, Madeline, “What Remains To Be Seen: Gonzalo Reyes Rodríguez at Blinkers”, Peripheral Review, September 2022

Mercado, Ashley, “Exhibition Review: Reciprocity” Musée Magazine, August, 2022

Quinton, Jared, “Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez”, Critics Picks, Artforum, November, 2021

Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez”, This Moment Here, 2020

Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez: Metteur en Scene, Terremoto La Postal/CDMX” Daily Lazy, October, 2019

Paige, Jameson, “Photography Has Always Been A Medium In Crisis”: In Conversation With Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez, Public Parking, Manitoba, Canada, March  2019

“Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez at Roots & Culture”, Terremoto MX, October 2018

“Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez,” Bad at Sports, September 2018

Seda - Reeder, Maria, “”Companion Pieces’ Opens at Camp Washington’s Anytime Dept.” Citybeat, June 2018

Pothast, Emily, “Recommended: Thru the Roof”, The Stranger, Seattle, WA, March 2018

Keoghm Serrano, Ximena, “Thru the Roof”, March 2018

Lieberman, Michael, “Gravy Studio + Gallery tackles place, migration and the great divide with “How Wide is the Gulf” the art blog, March 2018

Steinhauer, Jillian, “37 Artists Native to the Americas Weave Stories of Migration and Geography” Hyperallergic, February 2018

Kozel, Melinda. “Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly, at Bemis Center, Omaha Nebraska” Terremoto MX. February 2018

Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly,” Contemporary Art Daily, February 2018

Higbee, Maxon & Hotait, Nadia, “Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You,” The Windor Contemporaneo, July 2015