Photographer Todd Hido speaks about his work and shares a first look at his upcoming book, Silver Meadows. Hido is the curator of the ONWARD Compé ’12 Exhibition.
8906, 2009 Fertilizer is to the suburban lawn what cosmetics are to the suburban face: a fickle attempt to sweep ugliness under the rug with a splash of color. By Ian Epstein I once heard someone remark that the desire to have a perfect lawn was not unlike the desire to have a piece […]
Todd Hido’s “Wish You Were Here” Lecture, George Eastman House Todd Hido is a San Francisco Bay Area-based artist. In his latest book, A Road Divided, Hido again focuses his attention on the American landscape. Driving lonely roads on the outskirts of cities, he creates poignant images filled with inexplicable gravity. He often frames the […]
BIO: Todd Hido is an American contemporary artist and photographer. Currently based in San Francisco, much of Hido’s work involves urban and suburban housing across the U.S., of which the artist produces large, highly detailed and luminous color photographs.
Photographer Todd Hido talks about his work at the Akron Art Museum on April 1, 2010. This lecture was recorded with the built-in camera on a MacBook Pro.
Between the Two. Photographs by Todd Hido. Nazraeli Press, 2006. Cat# TR234 ISBN-10: 1590051769
“I’ll see a house and think, ‘But how is it going to add to my body of work?’ And that’s dangerous. A lot of times I just won’t take it.” By Justin Berton, February 1, 2006 From the outside, Todd Hido’s home looks perfectly normal. You might even pass it by without a second thought. […]
By Doug Rickard, ASX, August 2009 Todd Hido’s new and unpublished work walks a fine line, a line that exists in the viewer rather than Todd. The work seems to come into existence through the eye’s of a smeared-single-pane-window voyeurish fog. It is the adult-white-male fog of childhood memories, and the mental hot-iron-branding of broken […]