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About the artist

Andrew Moore is best known for his thoughtful and vibrant images of Cuba, Russia, Times Square, and most recently, Detroit.

His photographs are held in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Yale University Art Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the George Eastman House and the Library of Congress.  Mr. Moore has been the recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, The New York State Council on the Arts, and several private foundations. He has held nine solos shows in New York City as well as recent exhibitions in Minneapolis, Moscow, Paris, San Francisco, St. Petersburg, Nebraska, and Amsterdam.

His bestselling book Detroit Disassembled, which includes an essay by Pulitzer Prize winning poet Philip Levine, was published in the spring of 2010. The book was accompanied by an exhibition of the same title at the Akron Museum of Art, which will travel to The Queens Museum of Art in November 2011. Mr. Moore’s first two monographs, Inside Havana (2002) and Russia, Beyond Utopia (2005), were published by Chronicle Books, and his collaboration with Lisa Kerezi Governors Island, was published by the Public Art Fund in 2004.

Additionally, his photographs have appeared in Art and Auction, Art in America, ArtNews, Conde Nast Traveler, Departures, Fortune, Harpers, National Geographic, New York Magazine, The New York Times Magazine, New York Review of Books, The New Yorker, TIME and Wired.

Moore was both producer and cinematographer for “How to draw a bunny,” a documentary feature on the artist Ray Johnson. The film premiered at the Sundance Festival, where it won a Special Jury prize, and later was named one of the Best Films of 2002 by New York Magazine.

Mr. Moore teaches a graduate seminar in the MFA Photography Video and Related Media program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
Formerly, he was a lecturer on photography in the Visual Arts Program at Princeton University from 2001 to 2010.

TEACHING

2004

School of Visual Arts, New York, Master Class, Graduate Program in Photography

2001- 2010

Princeton University
Lecturer in the Council of Humanities and Program in the Visual Arts
Initiated first course in Digital Photography and Co-Founder of Annual “The Art of Science” Competition

 

Andrew Moore

Request about this work
Puente de Bacunayagua, Cuba
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2012
Archival Pigment print
Hogar artista Rafart Casa de cristal, Cuba
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
1998-2012
Archival Pigment print
Camaguey, Cuba
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
1998-2012
Archival Pigment print
Despacho de Portuondo, Havana, Cuba
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2000
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Teatro Reguero, Cuba
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
1998-2012
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Margerita, Cuba
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
1999-2012
Archival Pigment print
Libros de Anton, Cuba
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
1999-2012
Archival Pigment print
Corredor Verde, Cuba
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
1999-2012
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Interior Camaguey, Cuba
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cmbr/>1998-2012
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Vedado Azul, Havana, Cuba
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2001
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Yellow Porch, Dirt Meridian
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2011-2013
Archival Pigment print
Grossenbachter Homestead Sheridan County, Dirt Meridian
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2011-2013
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School Districs, Dirt Meridian
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2011-2013
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Auto Garage, Dirt Meridian
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
2011-2013
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Sun Through Rain, Dirt Meridian
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2011-2013
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Murray House, Dirt Meridian
2011-2013
Archival Pigment print
37 x 82,5 inch ~ 94 x 210 cm
Kens Barn, Dirt Meridian
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2011-2013
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Buckboard Wagon, Dirt Meridiant
37 x 49 inch ~ 94 x 124,5 cm
2013
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Palace Theater, Gary Indiana
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2008
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National Time, Detroit
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
2009
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Model T Headquarters, Highland Park, Michigan
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2009
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The Rouge, Dearborn, Michigan
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
2008
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Ballroom, Lee Plaza Hotel, Detroit
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch ~ 178 x 228 cm
2008
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Pink Chamber, Noto, Sicily
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
2004
Archival Pigment print
Waiting Room, Michigan Central Station, Detroitt
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
2008
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Opera House, Irkutsk, Russia
2003
Archival Pigment print
30 x 40 inch ~ 76 x 101 cm | 40 x 50 inch ~ 101 x 127 cm | 50 x 60 inch ~ 127 x 152 cm | 70 x 90 inch | 178 x 228 cm
Organ Screen, United Artist Theater, Detroit
40 x 30 inch ~ 101 x 76 cm | 50 x 40 inch ~ 127 x 101 cm | 60 x 50 inch ~ 152 x 127 cm | 90 x 70 inch | 228 X 178 cm
2008
Archival Pigment print

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)

2015

ICP Presents: ¡Cuba, Cuba! 65 Years of Photography, Southampton Arts Center
The Memory of Time: Contemporary Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

2014

In Residence: Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth, Hood Museum of Art

2013

Cidades: Modos de Fazer, Modos de Usar, X Architecture Biennale, Sao Paulo

Dark Blue: The Water as Protagonist, Haggerty Museum, Milwaukee, WI

2012

An Orchestrated Vision, St. Louis Art Museum

Structuring Nature, Walton Arts Center

2011

Detroit Revealed: Photographs 2000-2010, Detroit Institute of Arts

Life and Death of Buildings, Princeton University2011 Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, North Carolina

2009

Emmet Gowin: A Collective Portrait, Princeton University

Rethinking Landscape: Contemporary Photography from the Allen G. Thomas, Jr. Collection, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke

Focus on Photography, Hood Museum, Dartmouth College

2008

Recent Acquisitions, The Queens Museum of Art

World Views, University of Northern Iowa

2007

Border Crossing Exercises, Gallery Nord-Norge, Harstad

Allusive Moments, Rena Bransten Gallery

Room x Room, James Harris Gallery, Seattle

2006

Recent Acquisitions, Philadelphia Museum of Art

2004

Governors Island, Municipal Art Society

2000

New York Now 2000, Museum of the City of New York

Emmet Gowin and Students, Alfred University

1999

Starry Night, Carol Ehlers Gallery

Ancient History, Yancey Richardson Gallery

Full Exposure: Contemporary Photography, NJ Center for Visual Arts

1998

Disappearing Summer Cinema, Yancey Richardson, New York

1995

H2O, Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York

1992

Janet Borden Inc., New York

1990

Clocktower, New York

1989

Suburban Home Life, Whitney Museum of American Art

1987

Light Gallery, New York

1986

George Eastman House, Rochester, NY

1985

International Torino Photo Manifestation, Italy

1985

South Street Survey Municipal Art Society, NY

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2014

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship

2011

Michigan Notable Books Selection

2002

Sundance Film Festival, Special Jury Prize

1997

Judith Rothschild Foundation Grant

1996

Cissy Patterson Foundation Grant

1995

Black Maria Festival, Director’s Citation Award

1985

The Kaplan Fund

1984

NYSCA, Exhibition Grant

1983

NYSCA, Sponsored Project

1982

Finalist, Prix de Jeunes Photographes, Arles, France

1981

National Endowment for the Humanities, Youth Grant

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Akron Art Museum
Arthur Ross Gallery, University of Pennsylvania
Brooklyn Museum of Art
Canadian Centre for Architecture
Cleveland Museum of Art
Colby College Museum of Art
Columbia University
Cranbrook Art Museum
Detroit Institute of Art
Grand Rapids Art Museum
Haverford College
High Museum, Atlanta
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College
International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House
Indiana State University
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Library of Congress
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of the City of New York
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Museum of Nebraska Art
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
New York Public Library
North Carolina Museum of Art
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach FL
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Princeton University Art Museum
The Queens Museum of Art
Rollins College, Florida
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC
Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame
Swarthmore College
Francis Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College
Charlotte & Philip Hanes Art Gallery, Wake Forest University
Whitney Museum of American Art
Yale University Art Gallery

COMMISSIONS

2009

NYU- Abu Dhabi, Exhibition and Accompanying Book
World Monuments Fund/ Knoll International, Main Street Modernism

2006

Artist in Residence, Dartmouth College
Trees Portfolio, Vassar College

2005

Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH

2004

Public Art Fund, Governors Island Project

1999

Public Art Fund, Hilton Hotel, Times Square

1998

MTA/Arts for Transit, Lightbox Project at Times Square

1995

MTA/Arts for Transit, Lightbox Project at Grand Central

1993

Dreyfus Corporation, NY

1987

Citibank, New York
Trenam Simmons, Tampa, FL

1980

Downtown Development District / The City of New Orleans

PUBLICATIONS AND REVIEWS

2013

The New York Times Magazine, Life Along the 100th Meridian, Inara Verzemnieks

2012

The New York Times Magazine, Where is Cuba Going? (cover),  Jeremiah Sullivan
New York Times Magazine, Jungleland (cover), Nathaniel Rich
Cuba, Photographs 1998-2012, published by Damiani Press

2011

The New York Times, Capturing the Idling of Motor City, Mike Rubin
Cousin Corinne’s, Issue #3, Balkan Portfolio
Art in America, (cover) A Planet of Relics, Max Kozloff
National Geographic, Photo Journal

2010

ArtNews, Hilarie M. Sheets, Artist Profile
Detroit Disassembled, essay by Philip Levine, published by the Akron Art Museum and Damiani Press
Making History, Selected Photographs 1980-2010, Reflex Editions

2009

Time Magazine, Pictures of the Year
New Yorker, Vince Aletti, Exhibition Review
The L Magazine, Andrew Moore’s Beautiful Ruins, Deidre Hering
Wall Street Journal, William Meyers, Exhibition Review
Aperture Magazine, Selections from the Detroit Series
New York 400, Museum of the City of New York
la photographie n’est pas l’art, Collection of Sylvio Perlstein

2007

Close Up: Photographers at Work, Ovation TV
Robert Moses and the Modern City, Hilary Ballon and Kenneth T. Jackson, W.W. Norton

Artnews, Hilarie M. Sheets, Exhibition Review

New Yorker, Vince Aletti, Exhibition Review
Conscientious, Interview by Joerg Colberg
New York Times, Martha Schwendener, Exhibition Review

2006

New York Sun, Deborah Garwood, Exhibition Review

Two Views, Cleveland Clinic, pictures by Larry Fink and Andrew Moore
Valley News, Hanover NH, Exhibition Review

2005

Russia: Beyond Utopia, Chronicle Books

2004

Governors Island, Photographs by Lisa Kereszi and Andrew Moore
New York Times, Stray Bowling Balls and Other Ghosts of Governors Island, Sarah Boxer, Photography Review
LA Times, Communism’s Faded Glory, Leah Ollman
New York Sun, Talya Halkin, Exhibition Review

2003

New Yorker, Exhibition Review
New York Magazine, Exhibition Review
Village Voice, Vince Aletti, Voice Choice
The Art Newspaper, Exhibition Review
Atlanta Journal Constitution, Watching Times Incursions

2002

SF Weekly, Moore’s Havana, Exhibit Review
NY Times, A Collage in which Life=Death=Art, Michael Kimmelman
The Nation, Stuart Klawans, Review of How to Draw a Bunny
Inside Havana, Chronicle Books

2001

LA Times, Cuba’s Spirit Resounds in Decaying Spaces, Review

1999

Visual ID, Havana Portfolio, Japan
Chicago Reader, Exhibition Review
Hemisphere Magazine, Havana Portfolio
M, The New York Art World, Cover Image and Review
The New Yorker, Exhibition Review
New York Magazine, Exhibition Preview
Art & Auction, Spotlight Section
Art and Antiques, Preview of Havana Exhibition

1998

Review Magazine, Exhibition review

1997

Harper’s Magazine, Photographs
The Village Voice, Exhibition review
Review Magazine, Two exhibition reviews
The New Yorker, Exhibition review

1995

A Byzantine Journey by John Ash, Random House, Photographs

1994

The Village Voice, Exhibition review

1993

Arch-Text, London, “New York Variations” portfolio
ARTNews. Exhibition review

1989

Suburban Home Life, Whitney Museum, Essay by Miwon Kwon

1988

Present Heaven, Exhibition Catalog, essay by Madison Smartt Bell

1986

The Village Voice, Exhibition review

FILM AND VIDEO

1996

Producer/Director of Photography for How to draw a bunny. A feature length documentary on the life and times of the artist Ray
Johnson. Awarded Special Jury Prize at 2002 Sundance Film Festival
Flight Sequence for Peter and Wendy, a Mabou Mines Production. Directed by Lee Breuer. Premiered at the Spoleto Festival,
Charleston, SC

1995

Director of Photography for Supermarket, directed by David Byrne. Shown at The New York Film Festival.
Director of Photography for Edison, The Wizard of Electricity. Directed by John Walter for The American Experience Series.
La Dolce Vito: A Profile of the artist Vito Acconci City Arts, Thirteen-WNET

1991

Nosferatu, short film, scored by Eliot Sokolov Selected for MTV’s Artbreaks series, and WGBH’s New Television