• About

    Download CV here. Joseph Maida (American and Italian, born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) has exhibited in the United States, Europe, Japan and China in solo exhibitions at Daniel Cooney Fine Art, Wallspace, the Nikon Salons, Tokyo and Osaka, and 403 International Art Center, Wuhan, and group exhibitions at the Queens Museum; the Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid; the Kunsthalle Wien; and the Witte de With, Rotterdam, among others. His work has appeared in The New York Times MagazineNew York Magazine, WWallpaper, and Vice, and his monograph New Natives was published by L’Artiere in 2015. His most recent series, Things R Queer is featured in Aperture's book on the history of food photography Feast for the Eyes as well as the eponymous forthcoming traveling exhibition. Maida has taught at Parsons, the New School, SUNY Purchase, and Yale University, and has been on the faculty at the School of Visual Arts since 2002, where he recently co-organized the Gender Symposium Untitled including Jennifer Blessing, Zackary Drucker, and Zanele Muholi. Maida earned his BA from Columbia University and his MFA from Yale.