Nate Larson's projects, and his ongoing collaborative work as Larson Shindelman, have been widely exhibited across the US and internationally, including a commissioned solo exhibition for the George Eastman Museum (2019) and past solo exhibitions at Filter Space Chicago (2016), the Orlando Museum of Art (2013), Blue Sky Center for Photographic Arts (2012), and the Contemporary Arts Center Las Vegas (2011).

His work is included in the touring exhibition "State of the Art," originating at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art (2014) and touring to the Telfair Museums (2016), Minneapolis Institute of Arts (2016), Frist Center for the Visual Arts (2017), and the Mint Museum (2017). Recent group exhibitions include the Denver Art Museum (2018), the Zuckerman Museum of Art (2017), Portland Art Museum (2016), among others. He was an artist-in-residence at Paul Artspace in St. Louis (2017), CEC Artslink in Russia (2016), and the Rauschenberg Foundation in Florida (2013). 

His artwork is included in the collections of the George Eastman Museum, High Museum Atlanta, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Portland Art Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and the Museum of Contemporary Photography Chicago. His collaborative monograph "Geolocation" was published by Flash Powder Projects in 2016.