Todd Eberle



1998 – Present
Born in Cleveland, Ohio
Studied at The Cooper Union, New York
Photographer at Large, Vanity FairResides in New York City and Connecticut
Solo Exhibitions20092008200720062005






Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas, America

Gallery White Room Tokyo, Hi-Fi + wired

Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, Todd Eberle

The Art Institute of Chicago, Architectural Abstractions

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Architectural Abstractions

WPS1/MoMA, New York, Hi-Fi
Tate Modern, London, Donald Judd

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, wired + Dan Flavin untitled (Marfa Project)

Robert Miller Gallery, New York, wired

Paula Allen Gallery, New York

Group Exhibitions20102009200820072006







Design Museum, London, Less and More: The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams
Museum of Applied Art, Frankfurt, Less and More: The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams

Paul Stopler Gallery, London, Peter Saville: Accessories to an Artwork
National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, Vanity Fair: The Portraits

Light and Sie, Dallas, Sehnsucht (Aspiration)
Ps1/MoMA, New York, That Was Then…This Is Now
Somerset House, London, Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Other People: Portraits from Grunewald and Hammer Collections
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, Vanity Fair: The Portraits
National Portrait Gallery, London, Vanity Fair: The Portraits

The National Art Center, Tokyo, Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture
M+B, Los Angeles, The Show on Vegas
Bank of Brazil Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil: desFocos (o olho de fora)

The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture
Wilhelm-Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany, Abstract Art Now: Strictly Confidential

The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Robert Smithson Retrospective
Marlborough Gallery, New York, Landscape/Cityscape

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Glamour

The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Frank O. Gehry: Work in Progress

Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, Trade: Commodities, Communication, and Conciousness

Robert Miller Gallery, New York, 2 Visions: Brasilia
Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Autowerke (Commissioned by BMW Financial Services NA, Inc.)
The Museum of Moden Art, New York, The Unprivate House

Books and Catalogues20082007200620042000



Vanity Fair, The Portraits. New York: Abrams
Louis I. Kahn, Escherick House. Chicago: Richard Wright

Todd Eberle: Hi-Fi/Wired. Tokyo: Gallery White Room

Todd Eberle: Architectural Abstractions. New York: Dibble Hill Press
The Book on Vegas. Los Angeles: Greybull Press

Donald Judd. UK: Tate Pubishing

Brasilia: From 0 to 40. Brasilia: Takano
Autowerke. Germany: Cantz Verlag

Donald Judd Furniture Retrospective. Rotterdam: Mueum Boymans van Beuningen
Donald Judd: Raume/Spaces. Germany: Cantz Verlag

Publicity Editorial Articles20062005200320001999

«American Surface», o32c, Winter

Chavers, Linda. «The Originals» T, The New York Times Style Magazine, Fall
Kunitz, Daniel. «Power Grid» Vanity Fair, December
Scambelan, Elizabeth. «Modern Romance» V Magazine, December

Herman, Michelle. «Todd Only Knows» PDN
Moakley, Paul. «A Room of Ones Own: Eberle on Walker Evans» PDN

McDonough, Tom. «Re-Visioning Brasilia» Art in America, January

Hogrefe, Jeffery. «Two Photographers Who’ve Seen the Future» The New York Observer, March 29
«Todd Eberle», Vanity Fair, February
«Visions of Basilia» Interior Design, April



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