Joseph Maida holds a BA from Columbia University, and an MFA from Yale University. His work has been exhibited at venues including the Reina Sofia Museum (Madrid, 2006), Witte de With (Rotterdam, 2007), Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, 2009), Nikon Salons (Tokyo and Osaka, 2010), University of Hawai’i Art Gallery (Honolulu, 2015), 403 International Art Center (Wuhan, 2017), FOAM Fotografiemuseum (Amsterdam, 2018), International Center for Photography (New York, 2018), C/O Berlin (Berlin, 2019), Photographers’ Gallery (London, 2019), Hasselblad Foundation (Gothenburg, 2020), and The Polygon Gallery (Vancouver, 2021), among others. Having studied under Philip-Lorca di Corcia, Catherine Opie, and Thomas Struth, Maida’s perspective uniquely navigates the intersections between photographic ideologies and practices of the American Northeast, the American West Coast, and the Düsseldorf School. Maida’s work has received financial support from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the Japan-US Friendship Commission (JUSFC), and the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and has appeared in publications including The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, W, Wallpaper, Vice, and IMA (Japan). Maida currently lives and works in New York City.