Untitled 3533-a, 2005

Born 1968 in Kent, Ohio


M.F.A. / California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island
B.F.A. / Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts/School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts



“Excerpts from Silver Meadows“,
Kaune, Posnik, Spohr Contemporary
“Excerpts from Silver Meadows“,
Transformer Station, Cleveland, OH
"I drive...",
La Galerie Particulière, Paris
“Excerpts from Silver Meadows“, Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco
"Fragmented Narratives",
Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York, NY
"A Road Divided", Kaune, Sudendorf Contemporary

”Househunting/ Nudes”, Kaune, Sudendorf Contemporary
“A Road Divided,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Between the Two,” Yours Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
“Between the Two,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, California
“Todd Hido” Rose Gallery, Santa Monica, California
“Unfinished Narratives”, Photographic Center, Northwest, Seattle, Washington
“Todd Hido”, Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV
Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
Karyn Lovgrove Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“Roaming-New Landscapes,” Julie Saul Gallery, New York, New York
“Roaming,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, California
Michael Berger Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
“Roaming,” Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
“Open House,” Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
“Roaming,” Paul Morris Gallery, New York, New York
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
3A Garage, San Francisco, California
"New Photographs," Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, California
Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
“House Hunting,” Julie Saul Gallery, New York, New York

“Photographs Taken at Night,” Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, California
Julie Saul Gallery, New York, New York
“Homing In,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, California
Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
“House Hunting,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, California
SF Camerawork, San Francisco, California
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery, San Francisco, California
Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Michael Thompson Gallery, San Francisco, California



“Here”, Pier 24 The Embacadero, San Francisco, CA
“Wild Project”, Apeture Foundation, New York, NY
“Day & Night”, Kopenhagen Foto Festival, Dänemark
“Im Verborgenen”, 4. F/STOP Festival Leipzig, Germany

“to:Night, Contemporary Representations of the Night,” Hunter College, NY
“Road Trip,” San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
“Beyond the Backyard,” Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, IL
“From the Decisive Moment to the Deliberately Staged: Photographs from the Press Collection,” Foster Gallery, Dedham, MA
“A New American Portrait,” Jen Bekman Gallery, New York, NY
“Easy Rider: Road Trips Through America,” Yancey Richardson gallery, New York, NY
“Stalking Suburbia,” curated by Lauren Ryan, Westport Arts Center, Westport, CT
“CCA[C] @di Rosa Preserve”, Gatehouse Gallery, Napa, California
“The Philosophy of the Bedroom,” Chelsea Art Museum, New York
“ELOI: Stumbling Towards Paradise” UCR California Museum of Photography, Riverside, California
“The Gray Area,” Sonoma Valley Museum, Sonoma, California
Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York, NY
“A New American Portrait,” Jen Bekman, New York, NY
“Artists of Invention: A Century of CCA,” Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA
“CCA Centennial: Faculty and Alumni at Wirtz, Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Currents in Photography,” Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA
“POV: Photography Now and the Next Thirty Years,” Photographic Resource Center, Boston, Massachusetts.
“Spectacular City,” NWR Forum, Dusseldorf, Germany.
“Suburban Escape,” San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California.
“Spectacular City,” Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam
“I ♥ the ‘Burbs,” Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY
“Joint Venture,” Richard L. Nelson Gallery & Pence Gallery, UC Davis, California
“Contemporary Complexities,” The Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, Florida.
“Natural Selection,” Microsoft Art Collection, Redmond, Washington.
“Contemporary Art and Photography,” Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio.
“Something of the Night: Imaging the City, 1875-2005,” Leeds City Art Gallery, London, England
“Camera Sacra: Capturing the Soul of Nature,” The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
“The Big Picture: Contemporary Large-Scale Photography,” University Art Gallery Sonoma State University, Sonoma, CA
“Marks of Honour,” FOAM, Amsterdam, Netherlands
“Marks of Honour,” Gallerie van Zoetendaal, Amsterdam, Netherlands
“InFocus: Contemporary Photography,” North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina.
“Arti&Architettura, 1900-2000,” Palazzo Ducale, Genova, Italy
“Brr…,” Gallery W 52, New York, New York
“Do,” Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, New York
“Light and Atmosphere,” Miami Art Museum, Florida
“Four Galleries Four Artists,” Michael Berger Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Domicile,” Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, Washington
“Photographers of the Great Basin: A Partial Survey of the Nevada Landscape,” Sturm Gallery, Truckee, California
“Terrain Vague: Photography, Architecture and the Post-Industrial Landscape,” Atlanta Contemporary
Art Center, Georgia; traveling to the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Photographing Undomesticated Interiors,” Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, Massachusetts
“Picture This: Windows on the American Home,” National Building Museum, Washington, DC;
traveling to the Minnesota History Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
“The Gray Area,” Wattis Institute, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, California
“Home (for the holidays),” Jen Bekman, New York, New York

“Fabula,” National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
“Elegy: Contemporary Ruins,” Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver, Colorado
“homeland,” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
“Wait Until Dark: Night Photography from the Collection of Jay Richard DiBiaso,” Williams College
Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts
“Home Sweet Home,” Centre Photographique d’Ile-de-France, Pontault-Combault, France
“Re-Loaded,” Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
“Pretty, as a Picture: Beauty and Banality in Contemporary Photography,” Carrie Secrist Gallery,
Chicago, Illinois
“Dwelling,” Montalvo Gallery, Saratoga, California
“A Sure Thing,” Spanganga, San Francisco, California
Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Idaho
“Staging Reality: Photography from the West Collection at SEI,” Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of
the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Northern Light,” Danese, New York, New York
“Plotting,” Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
“Asphalt,” Elias Fine Art, Allston, Massachusetts
“Chambre 305,” Gallery Hotel Art, Florence, Italy
“Contemporary American Photography,” Samsung Museum of Modern Art, Korea
“Photography Transformed: The Metropolitan Bank & Trust Collection,” Cleveland Museum of Art,
Cleveland, Ohio
“printemps de septembre: photographie et arts visuels,” Toulouse, France
“Some Options in Realism,” Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University,
Cambridge, Massachusetts
“Into the Woods,” Julie Saul Gallery, New York, New York
“Urban Pornography,” Artists Space, New York, New York
“Other People’s Lives,” Eyre/Moore Gallery, Seattle, Washington
“Depicting Absence/Implying Presence," San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose,
“ExtraOrdinary: American Places in Recent Photography,” Madison Art Center, Madison,
“Capturing Light: Masterpieces of California Photography, 1850-2000,” Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, California
“Fundamentals,” Eyre/Moore, Seattle, Washington
“It’s a Wild Party and We’re Having a Great Time,” Paul Morris Gallery, New York, New York
“Beyond Boundaries: Contemporary Photography in California,” Travelling exhibition organized by The Friends of Photography, San Francisco, California. Venues: University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, California; Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California
“The Eureka Fellowship Awards: 1999-2001,” San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California; will travel to the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California
“Immodest Gazes,” Fundacio “la Caixa,” Barcelona, Spain
“Of the Moment: Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California
“Sites Around the City: Art and the Environment,” Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe,
“Flat File: Pierogi 2000,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California
“Bluer,” Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
“Fotofest 2000,” Inman Gallery, Houston, Texas
“Light Fantastic” (Curated by Constance Lewallen), San Francisco Art Institute, California
“California Classics: Highlights from the Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,”
travelling exhibition: Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan; Fukui City Art Museum, Fukui, Japan;
The Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama, Japan; Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Tochigi,
“The Comforts of Home,” Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, Virginia
“Recent Works by Alumni,” Oliver Art Center, Oakland, California
“Doors, Walls, and Windows,” Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California
“Neighborhood Watch: Recent Photographs of Suburbia,” Julie Saul Gallery, New York, New York
“Under Construction: Bernd & Hilla Becher, Lynne Cohen, Todd Hido,” Olga Korper Gallery,
Toronto, Canada
“Images and Ideas: The Collection in Focus,” Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, California
“Bay Area Now,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California
“Precious,” Four Walls, San Francisco, California

“Blue Lagoon,” Four Walls, San Francisco, California
Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, California
“Obsession,” Southern Exposure, San Francisco, California
Works in Photography,” Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, California
“International Photography Festival,” Sohreh Photo, Tehran, Iran
“In the Family,” Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Process and Product,” Bromfield Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
“10th Anniversary Exhibition,” Photo Metro, San Francisco, California
Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, Missouri
“Issue of Choice,” LACE, Los Angeles, California
“Photo Spiva,” Spiva Art Center, Joplin, Missouri
“BOIT Exhibition,” Grossman Gallery, School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
“Matrix,” Kingston Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
“New England Photography Exhibition,” South Shore Art Center, Cohassett, Massachusetts
“Museum School Annual,” Grossman Gallery, The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
“Recent Developments,” Blatent Image Silver Eye, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Toledo Friends of Photography, Toledo, Ohio
“Three Rivers Arts Festival,” Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Fluxis, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
“Miniature Works,” Atwood Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts
“East Texas International Photography Exhibit,” East Texas State University Art Gallery, Commerce, Texas
The Turmoil Room, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Blatent Image Silver Eye, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania



Best First Monograph for 2001, photo-eye books and prints
Eureka Fellowship, Fleishhacker Foundation
Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Visual Arts Award
Recent Graduate of Distinction Award, California College of Arts & Crafts
Barclay Simpson Award



"Excerpts from Silver Meadows", Nazraeli Press
"A Road Divided", Nazraeli Press
"Nymph Daughters", Super Labo, Japan
"Witness No. 7", Nazraeli Press
"One Picture Book #59: Cracked Trees", Nazraeli Press
"One Picture Book #60: Crooked Cracked Tree", Nazraeli Press
"House Hunting", 2nd Edition, Nazraeli Press
"Between the Two", Nazraeli Press
"Outskirts", Nazraeli Press
"Roaming", Nazraeli Press
"House Hunting", Nazraeli Press
"One Picture Book #6: Taft Street", Nazraeli Press



"One Day-Ten Photographers", with Harvey Benge, Rinko Kawauchi, Martin Parr, Alec Soth etc., Kehrer
Helfand, Glen. “Critics’ Picks: Todd Hido,” Artforum.com, November
Baker, Kenneth, “Todd Hido’s Series Blurs Mournful Images,” San Francisco Chronicle, November 1
Swanhuyser, Hiya, “A Lighter Shade,” SF Weekly, October 31, 2008
“America’s Artland” Art + Auction, July 2007, pp. 57
Genocchio, Benjamin, “They Walk (Silently) Among You: the Suburban Photographers”, New York Times, September 30,
Himes, Darius. “Lies Leading to Truth,” American Photo
Lyons, Nathan, and Chiarenza, Carl “Speaking in Black and White”, Image: The Magazine of George Eastman House, Spring 2007 pp. 4-11
Todd Hido: Between the Two”, FOAM, Spring 2007, #10 pp. 170
Torres, Anthony. “Hido focuses his camera on his fears,” San Francisco Examiner, February 6.
Berton, Justin. “Art of Darkness,” East Bay Express, February 1, pp. 11-18.
Lappin, Criswell. “Looking at the City,” Metropolis, April, p.196.
“The Observer Observed,” The Joy of Giving Something, DVD Series, No. 8
“Ohio,” Satellite, Spring, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 10-11.
“Out and About,” Spark, KQED, Wednesday, April 26.
“Spectacular City,” NAi Publishers, Exhibition Catalog, pp. 145-150.
Daum, Meghan. “Lonely Lover,” Black Book, Spring/Summer, No. 39, p. 73.
Dykstra, Jean. “Auction Report,” Photograph, May/June, p. 82.
“Home Truths,” Pavement, Winter, Issue 68, pp.32-34.
“Icons of the 21st Century,” PDN, October, Issue 10, pp. 51-61.
Keizer, Garret. “Left Alone,” Mother Jones, November 2005, p. 68.
Kushner, Rachel. “How Wicked is Hollywood,” Index, April/May, pp. 69-73.
Rhodes, Mark. “Photographers to Collect,” Picture, May/June, p. 76.
Richer, Francesca, and Rosenzweig, Matthew, “No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists”, D.A.P
Vagner, Kris. “Unnatural Lighting,” Reno News and Review, September 8, Vol. 11, p. 23.
Weinstein, Michael. “Lonely Solitude Behind the Windshield,” New City, Nov. 18, p. 19.
Aletti, Vince. “Shortlist: Photo,” The Village Voice, September 15-21.
Berwick, Carly. “Todd Hido: Julie Saul,” ARTnews, November, pp.153-154.
Bing, Alison. “Todd Hido,” SFGate, May 7.
Buhmann, Stephanie. “Todd Hido Roaming: New Landscapes,” The Brooklyn Rail, October.
Corwin, Miles. “Homicide Special.” (no page numbers for photo inset)
Crump, Andre. “Photography Book Round-up,” Rangefinder Magazine, December.
Glueck, Grace. “Todd Hido: ‘Roaming: New Landscapes,’” The New York Times, October 8.
Hannegan, Barry. “Mood Links Four Artists,” Post-Gazette, April 20.
Keffer, Ruth.”The Subject is Architecture,” ArcCA, Issue 04.3, pp. 31-43.
Lennon, Robert J. “Eight Pieces for the Left Hand,” Granta, Issue 85, Spring, p.40.
Lennon, J. Robert. “Ecstacy,” Granta, Issue 87: Jubilee, p.236.
Lowry, Patricia. “Photographing the Urban Void,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette, April 3, p.B12.
Morton, Julia. “Todd Hido: Roaming: New Landscapes,” Nypress.com, September 22-28.
Russell, Christopher. “The Invisible Photographer,” artUS, Issue 3, June-August, pp.28-29.
Shaw, Kurt. “Ghosts of Artworks Past Resurface at Michael Berger,” PittsburghLive.com, April 27.
Turk, Rachael. “Sweetness and Light,” Inside Film, Issue 68, October, p.25.
Villanucci, Cinzia. “The Existential Sense of Roaming,” NY Arts, Volume 9, Nov. - Dec., p.92.
The New Yorker, September 27.
Big Magazine, San Francisco, Issue 54.
“Undomesticated interiors,” exhibition catalogue accompanying exhibition at the Smith College Museum of Art, pp.94-96.
"The Gear 100: Other People's Stories," Gear, February, pp.62-63.
Bing, Alison. “’A Sure Thing’: A Certain Flair,” SF Gate, July 30.
Corbett Cavouras, Krissa. “Surreal Outskirts,” American Photo, January/February, p.65.
Dawson, Jessica. "Todd Hido at G Fine Art, The Washington Post, January 30.
Exley, Roy. “The Ulterior Motive,” Source, Issue 35, Summer, p.54.
Fletcher, Brendan. “Fabula,” (A-N) Magazine for Artists, Spring.
Greenhalf, Jim. “Fact and Fiction, All a Blur,” Telegraph & Argus, April 11, p.27.
Helfand, Glen. “Critics’ Picks: A Sure Thing,” Artforum.com, July.
Jevons, Rich. “Putting a Twist in Reality,” London Metro, April 15.
Jevons, Rich. “Preview Fabula,” Art, Spring
Noonan, Mickey. “A Twist in the Tale of the Documentary,” Metro, April 8, p.17.
Norse, Pat. “Todd Hido,” Black + White, November, p.64-71.
Pitman, Johanna. “A Snatched Look at Stolen Beauty,” The London Times, May 27.
Smith, Peter. “ Interview: Photographs by Todd Hido,” Oz, Volume 25, pp.40-47.
“Beauty in Suburbia,” Aspen Magazine, Spring, p.66.
“Roaming: Photographs by Todd Hido,” Exit, Autumn/Winter, pp.43-56.
“Things Art Not Quite What They Seem,” The British Journal of Photography, April.
“Photo Annual 2003,” Photo District News, May, p.105.
“Photography Transformed: The Metropolitan Bank & Trust Collection,” exhibition catalogue with essay by Klaus Kertess, published by Harry N. Abrams, Incorporated, New York.
“More of the Best: This Season’s Most Compelling Books About Photography,” American Photo, January/February, p.78.
tening to Oakland,” Los Angeles Times Magazine, Winter
“Todd Hido: Roaming,” The Art Newspaper.
“La Fiction Du Reel,” Mouvement, November/December, pp.22-29.
“In Print: Outskirts,” Photo District News, October, p.90.
“Roaming by Todd Hido,” Zing Magazine, Autumn.
“Todd Hido,” Zoo, Issue 11, pp.330-331.
“Fragilites,” Printemps de septembre exhibition catalogue, pp54-55.
Aletti, Vince. “ShortList,” The Village Voice, September 18-24, p.79.
Artner, Alan. “New Works from Goodman, Hido and Dunn,” Chicago Tribune, January 18, p.27
Camper, Fred. “Look Through Any Window,” The Chicago Reader, January 25, p.24.
Cash, Stephanie. “Report from San Francisco: Surviving and Thriving,” Art in America, November, pp.58-67; p.69.
Garrett, Craig. “Urban Pornography,” Flash Art, January/February, p.47.
Hawkins, Margaret. “Photographer and sculptor shed new light on their work,” Chicago Sun-Times,
February 1, p.41.
Homes, A.M. “Peeping Todd,” Vanity Fair, August, p.72.
Von Busack, Richard. “Two Houses”, Metro Silicon Valley. P.40-41.
Johnson, Ken. The New York Times, September 13.
Johnstone, Mark and Holtzman, Leslie Aboud. “Epicenter: San Francisco Bay Area Now,” published by
Chronicle Books, pp.115-117.
Kirsch, Elisabeth. “Exterior Motives,” The Kansas City Star, April 26, pp.27-28.
Postel, Claude. “Printemps de Septembre,” Paris Photo, September/October, p.67.
The New Yorker, September 30, p.30.
Rafkin, Louise. All Things Considered, National Public Radio, interview aired on March 14.
Tanous, Adam. “Center Exhibit Examines Concepts of Home,” Express, December 18, pp.C1, C4.
Zhang, Xiang. “Todd Hido,” Art World, Issue 11, pp.54-58.
Zion, Adi Shamir. Ngo, Dung. “Open House: Unbound Space and the Modern Dwelling,” Rizzoli International Publications, pp.120-122.
“Tomoko Yoneda, Todd Hido: Centre de Photographie, Lectoure, “Zoom, November/December.

"Capturing Light, Masterpieces of California Photography, 1850 to the Present," exhibition
catalogue published by The Oakland Museum of California.
Bonetti, David. "Todd Hido: New Photographs," San Francisco Chronicle, July 21, p.B10.
Bonetti, David. "Eureka Exhibition Much Improved," San Francisco Chronicle, February 1, p.E2.
Devine, John. “Look Closely,” Houston Press, November 15.
Di Piero, W.S. “Saved by Wit and Melancholy,” SanDiegoReader.Com,
Farr, Shiela. "Shades of voyeurism force you to deal with 'Other People's Lives'," The Seattle
Times, April 20.
Fischer, Jack. “Night Visions,” San Jose Mercury News, pp.E1, E3.
Fischer, Jack. "Eureka Fellowship exhibits are a beacon for upcoming talent," San Jose Mercury
News, January 14.
Fisher, Jack. "The state that changed photography," San Jose Mercury News, March 25.
Gagnon, Adrienne. “Windows Blind,” SF Weekly, August 8-14.
Gaston, Diana. “Todd Hido: New Photographs,” Art on Paper, November-December, pp.87-88.
Golonu, Berin. “Todd Hido: New Photographs,” Camerawork, Fall/Winter, pp.34-35.
Grundberg, Andy. “House Hunting,” bookforum, Winter, p.42.
Hackett, Regina. "Other People's Lives' the best group show in town," Seattle Post-Intelligencer,
April 14.
Hackett, Regina. “’Other People’s Lives’ plays out like a series of short stories,” Seattle Post-
Heaf, Jonathan. “House Hunting,” The Face, September, p.265.
Helfand, Glen. “Todd Hido: Stephen Wirtz Gallery,” ArtForum, October, p.163.
“a house is not a home,” i-D Magazine, p.86.
Johnson, Patricia. “Exhibits put artists in perspective,” Houston Chronicle, November 7, pp.1D,
Lasala, Anthony. “Todd Hido’s Haunted Houses,” Photo District News, October, pp.44-46.
McLean, Clare. “Other People’s Lives,” www.artaccess.com, pp.12-13.
Rubinstein, Rhonda. “House Hunting: Todd Hido,” Eye Magazine, Winter, pp.76-77.
Tokion, images on pp.78-79.
Webster, Mary Hull. “Todd Hido at Stephen Wirtz Gallery,” Artweek, September, pp.13-14.
"Eureka: New Art From the Bay Area," View, Quarterly Newsletter for the Museum of Contemporary
Art San Diego, January, February, March, p.3.
"Other People's Lives," Seattle Weekly, April 11.
Wilson, Megan. "critic's choice: The Eureka Fellowship Awards," The San Francisco Bay Guardian,
January 3, p.74.
Yanagihara, Hanya. “House Hunting,” Brill’s Content, pp.74-75.
"Immodest Gazes," exhibition catalogue published by Fundacio "la Caixa".
"Beyond Boundaries, Contemporary Photography in California," exhibition catalogue published by The
Friends of Photography.
"The Eureka Fellowship Awards, 1999-2001," exhibition catalogue published by The San Jose Museum
of Art.
“Art,” Los Angeles Times, November 5, p.60.
Atherton, Jamie. “Todd Hido: Home Alone,” Surface Magazine, March, issue no.22, pp.174,176,189.
Bonetti, David. “At Last, Photography’s colorful future,” San Francisco Examiner, January 12,
“California Classics: Highlights from the Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,” exhibition catalogue published by APT International Inc., p.67.
Contemporary Visual Arts, issue no.27, p.85.
de Chatellus, Albane. & Fouchet, Jeanne. "Immodest Gazes," Paris Photo Guide, pp.8-17.
Frohman, Mark. “Insecurity Complex,” houstonpress.com, March 16.
Helfand, Glen. “Todd Hido,” art & text, May/July, pp.93-94.
Helfand, Glen. “critic’s choice,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, January 12, p.82.
, Matt. “Art and the Environment,” The Arizona Republic.
Lozano, Amparo. “Viaje a un mundo interior,” Fotografica, April, pp.10-13.
Metropolis, April, pp.122-127.
Wickens, Brett. “Scanner,” Creative Review, October, p.86.
Andersson, Cecilia. “Spatial Experience or Spatial Disorientation?,”Katalog, Journal of Photography and Video, Spring, pp.26-33.
Arieff, Allison, Surface, October, p.62.
Anspon, Catherine D. “Art Houston,” Papercity, July, p.8.
Harper’s Magazine, July, p.21.
“House Hunting,” 2wice, Vol.3, No.1, pp.52-55.
Houston Lifestyles & Homes, July.
inside houston, September, p.31.
Johnson, Patricia G. “A sense of loss permeates work of young artists,” Houston Chronicle, July 29, pp.1D, 10D.
Metropolis, August/September, pp.60-65.
Miller, Alicia. “Peering behind Closed Doors,” Artweek, September, Vol.30, Issue 9, pp.17-18.
Mother Jones, October, photographs on cover, pp.4-5, 40-47.
Sante, Luc. “Making a Home a House,” The New York Times Magazine, March 7, pp.74-75.
Schiff, David. “A Guide for Houston Area Art Collectors,” Houston Lifestyles & Homes, July, p.46.
Aletti, Vince. “Art: What’s Up,” The Village Voice, July 28, p.131.
Andersson, Cecilia. “New York Summer Tour,” Katalog, Journal of Photography and Video,” fall, Volume 10, No.3, pp.62-63.
Baker, Kenneth. “Todd Hido: House Hunting,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 12, p.E8.
Bonansinga, Kate. “Gerbode museum purchase awards announced,” Artweek, November, Volume 29,
Issue 11, p.2.
Cody, Paul. So Far Gone, published by St. Martin’s Press, New York, New York, cover image.
Dault, Gary Michael. “Photos probe meaning of built structures,” The Globe and Mail, July 25, p.C15.
DoubleTake, Summer, Volume 13, pg.144
Freedman, Marcy. “night + day,” SF Weekly, February 4-10.
Grundberg, Andy. “House Sitting, The Photography of Todd Hido” ArtForum, May, pp.128-129.
Hicks, Robert. “Life in the ‘burbs gets a different twist in new Soho exhibit,” Downtown Express,
Volume 11, issue 6, July 21-August 3.
Hudson, Peter. “Suburbia,” Mix, fall, Volume 24.2, p.49 (+ Cover picture).
Hunt, David. “Todd Hido at Stephen Wirtz Gallery,” Artweek, April, p.19.
Mark, Lisa Gabrielle. “Under Construction,” C international contemporary art, issue #60,
November-January, p.43.
museum school news, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Fall, Volume XX.
“Neighborhood Watch,” Village Voice, August 11.
Sardar, Zahid. “San Francisco Modern,” published by Chronicle Books, p.74.
k Magazine, September/October, pp.40-52.
Vitetta, Michelle. “Precious,” Art Papers, January/February, p.41.
Zyzzyva, Winter, Volume XIV, No.3, p.122.
Camerawork, Fall/Winter, Volume 24, No. 2, p.44.
Forrest, Jason. “Bay Area Now,” Art Papers, November/December.
Jenkins, Steven. “Another time, another place, ‘Bay Area Now’ at Center for the Arts,” Bay Area
Reporter, July 17.
“Bay Area Now,” Exhibition Catalogue, Center for the Arts Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco, California.



The Art Institute of Chicago, IL
Amon Carter Museum
Akron Art Museum, Ohio
Avampato Discovery Museum, Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, Charleston, West Virginia
Berkeley Art Museum
Berman Collection, Los Angeles
Boise Art Museum
Cleveland Museum of Art
David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI
George Eastman House, Rochester, New York
Guggenheim Museum, New York
Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Heiting Collection, Los Angeles, CA
Joy of Giving Something, Inc., New York
JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, New York
Katonah Museum of Art, New York
Kemper Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
LaSalle Bank, Chicago, IL
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Madison Art Center, Wisconsin
Margulies Photography Collection
Mellon Financial Corp., Pittsburgh
Metropolitan Bank and Trust, Ohio
Microsoft Art Collection
Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
National Museum of Film, Photography and TV, Bradford, England
New Orleans Museum of Art
The New York Public Library
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida
Oakland Museum of California
The Progressive Corporation, Mayfield Village, Ohio
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Florida
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
SEI Investments, Oaks, Pennsylvania
Sierra Great Basin Collection, Reno, Nevada
The Toledo Art Museum, Toledo, Ohio
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

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