Joshua Chuang is a curator, writer, and editor whose work has thus far centered on postwar American and contemporary photography. He began his curatorial career at the Yale University Art Gallery, where was appointed the museum’s first dedicated curator of photography, and subsequently served as chief curator at the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona. Among his projects are the acclaimed touring retrospective exhibition Robert Adams: The Place We Live; First Doubt: Optical Confusion in Modern Photography; and The Pure Products of America Go Crazy, along with their attendant publications. In addition to his work as a curator, he has made key contributions to more than twenty artist’s monographs, including those on the work of Robert Adams, Lee Friedlander, Judith Joy Ross, Santu Mofokeng, and Mark Ruwedel.

Exhibitions co-curated