Todd Brandow is the founding Executive Director of the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, Minneapolis/New York/Paris/Lausanne, which celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2013. He has been
based in Paris since 1997, working during that time as a photography curator, foundation director, and book publisher. He co-curated and co-produced Edward S. Curtis exhibition tours, a retrospective tour of Finnish photographer Arno Rafael Minkkinen with critic A. D. Coleman and co-curated three exhibitions on Edward Steichen with William Ewing and Nathalie Herschdorfer.
Projects recently produced include the first major thematic show independently curated from the Condé Nast Archive, Coming into Fashion; an Arnold Newman retrospective, co-produced with the Harry Ransom Center; a Lorna Simpson exhibition co-produced with the Jeu de Paume and a Vik Muniz exhibition co-produced with the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Projects in development include major thematic exhibitions on Polaroid art and technology with MIT Museum and on 21st century art, “Civilization: The Way We Live Now”, co-produced with the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Korea, monographs on Hiroshi Sugimoto, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, and Lee Friedlander, as well as a longterm collaborative relationship with the International Center of Photography, NY.

Exhibitions co-curated

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