Gregg Segal

Gregg Segal studied photography and film at California Institute of the Arts (BFA) dramatic writing at New York University (MFA) and education at The University of Southern California (MA). Segal’s photography has been recognized by American Photography, Communication Arts, PDN, Investigative Reporters and Editors, The New York Press Club, the Society of Publication Designers, Lens Culture, and the Magnum Photography Awards. Segal’s portraiture and photo essays have been featured in Time, GEO, Smithsonian, The Independent, Le Monde, Fortune, National Geographic Adventure and Wired, among others. His first monograph Daily Bread was published by Powerhouse Books in 2019 and a German edition of Daily Bread followed in 2020. This summer, Daily Bread was shown at The Dom Museum, Vienna as part of their exhibition The Meal while Segal’s companion project, 7 Days of Garbage, was published in The Evidence Project: A Book to Protect the Planet.

Current Exhibitions Featuring Gregg Segal

Daily Bread

The South Street Seaport
 on show

A global look at the industrialization of food production and (over)consumption through the lens of children’s nutrition. Each image presents children in different regions and communities, surrounded by the foods they eat in one week, ranging from ultra-processed packaged foods and snacks, many of them designed to appeal to children, to home cooked meals prepared from whole foods.

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