Tod Papageorge

Visual Artist

1940 –

83

Who is Tod Papageorge?

Tod Papageorge is an American art photographer whose career began in the New York City street photography movement of the 1960s.

Papageorge started taking photographs in 1962 as an English literature major at the University of New Hampshire.

He is the recipient of two Guggenheim fellowships and two NEA Visual Artists Fellowships. His work is in public collections including the Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Since 1979, Papageorge has directed the graduate photography department at the Yale University School of Art, where his students have included Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Lois Conner, Abelardo Morell, Andrew Bush, Susan Lipper, Gregory Crewdson, An-My Le, Anna Gaskell, Steve Giovinco, and Katy Grannan.

In the summer of 2007, Steidl published Passing Through Eden, a collection of images he took over 25 years in Central Park. In the fall of 2007, Aperture published American Sports, 1970: Or How We Spent the War in Vietnam. This volume features photographs Papageorge took during his 1970 Guggenheim Fellowship.

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Born
1940
Portsmouth
Profession
Education
  • University of New Hampshire

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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