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About the Artist

Born in Tampa, Florida. Chad started taking photographs when he was a teenager documenting his travels across the USA and Europe as a sponsored BMX rider. Eventually deciding to move to New York to concentrate on his photography full time. Chad is best known for his documentary style photography that explores and celebrates the world around him, creating a visual dialogue with a strong sense of intimacy and emotional intensity. He has published several books of his work and is exhibited worldwide. His editorial work is published in magazines including 10 Magazine, Self Service and AnOther Man. He continues to live in NYC.

Client List

  • Adidas Originals
  • Alexa Chung
  • AnOther Man
  • Beat Magazine
  • Bon Magazine
  • Centrefold Magazine
  • CK Jeans
  • Clash Magazine
  • Dazed Magazine
  • Hache
  • i-D Magazine
  • Interview Magazine
  • Mango Kids
  • Self-Service
  • 10 Magazine
  • Ter et Bantine
  • The Travel Almanac
  • Twin Magazine
  • US Vogue
  • V
  • V Man
  • 10 Magazine


Whatever’s in Me is Whatever’s in You
agnés b.

Produced by agnés b. on the occasion of an exhibition with the same name, the book features over 100 new and archive images and informed by Moore’s diplomatic practice, and was available for free to any visiting the exhibition. Edition of 250

Bridge of Sighs

Chad Moore’s Bridge of Sighs refers to New York’s Bridge of Sighs, located at ‘The Tombs’ near the artist’s studio. This new album of combined portraits and landscapes is a translation of Moore’s errant experiences in New York City.

Objectify NYC

With this book, Moore abandoned his usual meticulous sequencing practice and allowed friend and designer, Philip Cronerud, complete artistic control. What resulted is a book that reads like a rainbow with the images arranged by colour spectrum, including 3 removable and rearrangeable handmade risograph posters. Edition 300.

Anyone in Love with You (Already Knows)
Dienacht Germany

158 pages, Japanese thread-bound in a printed slipcase, the book features work made from 2008-2014 in New York City. Edition of 600 copies.

Hurry Up and Wait
Oz Gallery Amsterdam

Produced on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name in Amsterdam. The book is a collaboration with photographer Pete Voelker with each artist responding to the page before. Bouncing back and forth with images often made in the same setting, and often containing the same subjects, but with completely different points of view.

Glassine Box

Published in New York City, but intentionally printed in Ohio by a children’s book manufacturer to reflect the nostalgic feel of holding one’s first book, Thirteen features 52 pages of early work, including cross-country road trips and early New York City images.

Between Us
Pogo Books

Forgoing the tired irony of so much postmodern work, (which has itself at this point become cliché), Moore presents moments of youthful sincerity, albeit often faded, aggressive, and lustful. Breaking down the distance that traditionally separates photographer from subject, Equal parts spontaneous and formally precise, Moore’s work eulogizes the messiness that’s left behind, and all too often forgotten.

Exhibitions & Events

Solo Exhibitions

‘A New Name for Everything’
Asama International Photo FestivalMiyota, Japan
‘To Be Titled’
Galerie du Jour, Agnes B, (Forthcoming April - August)Hong Kong
‘Too Late, So Soon’
Librairie Galerie Du Jour, Agnes BParis
‘Jimei x Arles International’
Xiamin, China
‘Whatever’s in Me Is Whatever is in You’
Galerie Agnes BNew York
‘A Climate of Possibility’
Galerie & Co119Paris
‘Unseen Photographic Fair’
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
‘At Amber’
Steiglitz 19 Antwerp, Belgium
‘The New Portrait’
Steiglatz 19Antwerp, Belgium
‘Don’t Stop Now’
Fashion Space GalleryLondon
‘Don’t Stop Now’
Foam Museum, Amsterdam
‘Temporary Accomodation’ (Curated by Antonia Marsh)
NiagaraNew York
The Lodge GalleryNew York
‘Anyone In Love With You (Already Knows)’
Marc Berville GalleryParis
‘Hurry Up and Wait’
Oz Gallery Amsterdam

Selected Group Exhibitions

‘Let the Neighbours Know’ (with Nan Goldin, Juergen Teller and Arnaud Pyvka)
Galerie & Co 119 Paris, France