Christopher Schneberger is an artist/photographer in Chicago, IL. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. His recent exhibitions include Dorsky Projects in New York, Geocarto International in Hong Kong, the 3D Center for Art and Photography in Portland and Printworks Gallery in Chicago. He is twice recipient of an Illinois Arts Council Individual Artist Grant.
Schneberger is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia College Chicago and at the College of DuPage, and also a founding member of Perspective Gallery, a non-profit gallery of photography in Evanston, Illinois where he serves on the Board of Directors.
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