diCorcia, Philip-Lorca


Born in 1953 to Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
Lives and works in New York.


1979 Yale University, New Haven, M.F.A.

1976 School of the Museum of Fine Arts,
     Boston, Post Graduate Certificate.

1975 School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Diploma.


2001 Infinity Award for Applied Photography, International Center of Photography

1998 Alfred Eisenstaedt Award, Life Magazine, Style Essay

1989 Artist Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts

1987 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fondation Fellowship

1986 Artist Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts

1980 Artist Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts

     Personal exhibitions (selection)

2004 "Philip-Lorca diCorcia", Magasin 3, Stockholm Kunsthall, Stockholm,
     Suède (18.09 - 19.12).
     Galleria Monica de Cardenas, Milan, Italie (27.05 - 24.07).
     Museum Folkwang Essen, Allemagne (13.04 - 15.06).
     Galeria Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Espagne (11.03 - 08.05).
       Centre National de la Photographie, Paris, France (14.01 - 15.03.2004).

2003 "A storybook life" Pace MacGill Wildenstein , Chelsea, New York
      (4 septembre - 1 octobre).
      Whitechapel Art Gallery, Londres, Great Britain (07.06.03 - 24.08.03 ).

2002 Monica De Cardenas, Milan, Italy.
       Barbara Krakow, Boston, MA.
       Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Livornostraat, Brussel.

2001 Galerie Almine Rech, Paris.
       Galerie Spruth Monika & Philomene Magers, Munich.
     Galerie PaceWildenstein, New York.
     Galerie Gagosian, Londres, Grande Bretagne.

2000 Galeria OMR - Mexico City, Mexique (Mai)
     Pecci Museum, Prato, Italie (Mai)
     Lawing Gallery, Houston (Mars)
     Galerie christian Larsen, Stockholm
     Sprengel Museum, Hannover

1999 Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Art Space Ginza, Tokyo
     (16 Septembre- 10 Octobre).

1998 Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Bruxelles.
     Streetwork , Galerie Klemens Gasser und Tanja Grunert,Cologne.
     Streetwork, Galerie Almine Rech, Paris.
     Streetwork, PaceWildensteinMacGill, New-York.

1997 Hustler / Streetwork, Museo National Centro de Arte Reina.
     Sofia, Madrid and University of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain.
     Hollywood Pictures, 1990-92, PaceWildenstein, Los Angeles.

1996 Streetwork, PaceWildensteinMacGill, New York.
     Theoretical Events, Naples, Italy.
     Hollywood, Galerie Klemens Gasser, Cologne, Germany;
     The Photographer’s Gallery, London.

1995 Art & Puplic, Geneva, Switzerland.
     Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Galerie Klemens Gasser, Cologne.

1994 Portraits of America, Nikon Salon, Tokyo; Nikon Salon, Osaka.

1993 Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Trade, Centre Culturel du Rocher, Lyon, France.
     Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Photographs 1982-1992,
     Wooster Gardens, New York.
     Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Strangers, The Museum of Modern Art, NYC.
     Strangers and Others, Galeria Palmira Suso, Lisbon, Portugal.

1991 Philip-Lorca diCorcia, The Photographer’s Gallery, London.

1985 Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Fotographies, Zeus Arts, Milan, Italy.

     Collective exhibitions (selection)

2004 “Fashination”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Suède (25.09.04 - 23.01.2005).
     “About Face: Photography and the Death of the Portrait”, Hayward Gallery, Londres
       (24.06 - 05.09.2004).
     “Fashoning Fiction in Photography Since 1990”, MOMA, New York, USA
     (16.04 -28.06).
     "Cruel and Tender - Photography and the Real", Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Allemagne
     (6.12.2003 - 18.02.2004).

2003 Lisboaphoto: Arquivo e Simulaçào, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbonne, Portugal      29.05 - 17.08.
     PhotoEspana03, Fondation Telefonica, Madrid, Espagne 11.06.03 - 27.07.03.
     "Home sweet home", Aarhus Kunst Museum, Aarhus, Danemark, 31.01.03 - 4.05.03.

2002 "Actualités", Le Rectangle, Centre d'art de la ville de Lyon,
     France 8/11/02 - 5/01/03.
     "Chic Clicks, Modefotografie zwischen Kunst und Auftrag",
     Fotomuseum Winterthur, Suisse, 15.06 - 18.08.
     "Photograhier", Collection Lambert, Avignon, 1/06-.../12.
     "Naked (sic) in the Landscape", Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York 11/07 - 28/08.

2001 "Settings and Players: Theatrical Ambiguity in American
     Photography", White Cube2, London, England
     "Open City: Street Photographs since 1950", Museum of
     Modern Art Oxford, Great Britain; The Lowery, Manchester, Great Britain;
     Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.
     "Instant City", Pecci Museum, Prato, Italy

2000 "Hybrid", Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur, Suisse (02.09-29.10)
     Quotidiana, castello di Rivoli, Italie
     The Shape of the World / The end of the World,
     comune di milano, Italie.

1999 A Frame of Mind, Noorderlicht Photofestival,
     Croningen, Pays- Bas.
     Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Miami, Floride.
     Rue Louise Weiss, Centre d’Art Contemporain,
     Abbaye St-André, Meymac, France.
     Expander/PlateFforme d’exposition proposée par Bloc-Notes,
     Espace Gran Dia, Paris.
     In the City, Exposition au FRAC Haute-Normandie, Rouen.

1998 Take the A train, Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York.
     Icons, Galerie Fotohof Salzburg, Autriche.
     Emotions and Relations, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hambourg.
     Tell me a story: Narration in Contemporary Painting
     and Photography, Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble.

1997 Whitney Biennial Exhibitions, Whitney Museum of American Art.
    Making it Real, Independent Curators Incorporated, Aldrich
    Museum of Contemporary Art (exposition itinérante).
    The Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize, Royal College of Art, London.
    Tak and diCorcia, GementeMuseum, Helmond, Allemagne.
    Family and Friends, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago.

1996 Photos Leurres, Galerie Agnès B., Paris.
     Pictures of Modern Life, Tours, France.

1995 International Foto Triennale, Galerie dar Stadt Esslingen, Esslingen, Germany.
     The Boston School, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.
     After Art: Rethinking 150 Years of Photography, Henry Art
     Gallery (exposition itinérante).
     Adieu, Les Frontières!, Art & Public, Geneva.

1994 Down Town, Netherlands Photo Institute, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
     Present / Future, Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta.
     Pictures of the Real World, Paula Cooper Gallery, NYC.
     Flesh and Blood, Fotofeis, Edinburgh,
     Scotland (expostion itinérante).
     Photographs by Nan Goldin and Philip-Lorca diCorcia,
     Robert Klein Gallery, Boston.

1993 Daydream Nation, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York.
     Under Age: Photographs of Children, San Francisco Museum
     of Modern Art, San Francisco.
     Prospect 93, Frankfurter Kunstverein and Schirn
     Kunsthalle, Frankfürt, Germany.

1992 Our Town, Burden Gallery, New York.
     The Sexual Self, Galeria Tanjia Grunert, Cologne.
     Les Enfants Terribles, Wooster Gardens, New York.
     New Acquisitions/New Work/New Directions,
     Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles.
     More Than One Photography: Works since 1980 from the
     collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

1991 Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort, The Museum of
     Modern Art, New York (exposition itinérante).
     Drawings, Prints and Photographs: A Summer Selection,
     The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
     Get Real, Art Gallery of York University, Toronto.

1990 Witnesses: Against Our Vanishing, Artists Space, New York.
     Acceptable Entertainment, organized and circulated
     Independent Curators Inc., New York; toured Canada
     and the United States.

1987 Arrangements for the Camera: A View of Contemporary Photographiy,
     Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore.
     New Photography 2, The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

1985 Seduction: Working Photographs, White Columns, New York.
     Contemporary Photography VI, Fogg Museum, Harvard
     University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
     Color ‘77-Seven Contemporary Photographers, Enjay Gallery,


  Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall, Stockholm, Suède.
  Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
  Addison Gallery of American Art.
  Bertelsmann Music Group, New York City Banesto, Madrid.
  Benesta Corporation, Madrid.
  Bibliothèque National, Paris.
  Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
  Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography.
  Dreyfus Corporation, New York.
  Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University.
  Fond National d’Art Contemporain, France.
  FRAC Haute-Normandie, France.
  Galleria Civica di Modena, Modena, Italy.
  Gemeente Museum, Helmond, Holland.
  Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
  Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  Museum of Fine Art, Houston.
  Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany.
  Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
  Museum of Modern Art, New York.
  San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
  Whitney Museum of American Art.
  Yale University Art Gallery.


       Catalogues (selection

- Bruce, Chris. After Art: Rethinking 150 Years of
  Photography. Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, University, 1994.
- Galassi, Peter. Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort.
  New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1991.
- Georges, Alice Rose, Abigail Heyman and Ethan Hoffman (eds.),
  Flesh and Blood: Photographer’ Images of Their Own Families.
  New York: Picture Project, Inc., 1992.
- Grundberg, Andy. "Looking at Television" Acceptable
  Entertainment. Paul Laster and Renee Riccardo (eds.).
  New York/Independent Curators, Inc.,1988.
- Stack, Trudy Wilner and William Tolan. Family Matters: An
  Exhibition of Works by Sally Mann, Vince Leo, Melissa Shook
  and Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Tempe, AZ: Northlight Gallery,
  Arizona State University, 1993.
- "Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Streetwork 1993 - 1997" Ediciones
  Universidad de Salamanca.
- "Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Streetwork - About the world",
  edition Sringel Museum of Hannover.

     Articles (sélection)

2001 Tema Celeste, n°86, summer 2001.
     Beaux Arts magazine, n°208, septembre.
     L'Oeil, n°529, septembre.
     The New York Times FASHION, 5 Septembre.
     Air France Madame, septembre, "Une FIAC énergique" par Françoise Monnin, p.93.
     Artforum International, Summer 2001, par Peter Galassi, p.169.
     The New York Times, vendredi 10 Août.
     Voice Choices, 24 Juillet.
     Vogue, n°817, mai.

2000 The New York Times Fashion, mardi 5 septembre, "Style Fantasies Show
     the Influence Of a photographer's Stark Reality" par Ginia Bellafante.
     Libération, mercredi 15 mars.
     Les Inrockuptibles, n°256, 26 Septembre - 2 Octobre.
     Crash N°10  (Hiver 99-2000) 4 pages illustrées.

1999 Nova Magazine (Janvier), "Sous la Plage..." Sarah de Haro.
     Le Journal des Arts (Janvier), "Philip Lorca diCorcia".
     Art Press (Février) "Philip Lorca diCorcia" par Dominique Baqué.
     Les Inrockuptibles "Faux-Semblant" par Nicolas Thély  (du 13 au 19 Janvier).
     Artforum, février, "The photography of Philip-Lorca diCorcia,
     street fare", par Andy Grundberg.
     Blocnotes 16 (Hiver 1999), "City Lights" par François Piron .
     Art On Paper, mars-avril, "Streets of Paradox, the photographs
     of Philip-Lorca diCorcia" par Charles  Wylie.
     Jalouse N° 20 (Mai),"Manhattan City" par Marie-Sophie Boivin.
     Art In America, mai, "Philip-Lorca diCorcia at PaceWildenstein"
     par Marcia E. Vetrocq.
     ART news, mai 1999, "Philip-Lorca diCorcia" par Hilarie M.Sheets.
     New York Magazine, 20-27 décembre 1999 "Philip-Lorca diCorcia,
     snapshot of the artist" par Maura Egan.

1998 ArtForum (Fevrier 1998) "Philip Lorca diCorcia" par Yilmaz Dziewior.
     Time Out New York, "Philip Lorca diCorcia - Street Work"
     N° 169/17017 - 23 Decembre 1998.
     Evenement du Jeudi, "New York Explose", n° 736
     (10 au 16 Décembre 1998) p. 79 par Denis Canguilhem.
     The New York Times, "Philip Lorca diCorcia - Street Work" (25 Decembre 1998.)
     Les Inrockuptibles n°175 "La vie Mode d’Emploi” par Jade Lindgaard,
     (25 Novembre - 1er Decembre 1998).
     The Art Newspaper n°87, "NY Diary" par Daniel Pinchbeck (Dec. 98).
     NY Press Arts & Listings n°7,"The Voyeurs"
     par Christian Viveros- Fauné (du 9 au 15 décembre 1998).

1997 Double Take, Oates, Joyce Carol. "Philip-Lorca diCorcia."
     3:1 (Winter 1997): 30-33.
     LA Weekly, "Philip Lorca diCorcia at Pacewildenstein"(17-23 Octobre 1997).

1996 Frieze 31 Morgan, Stuart. "Deliberate Fictions",
     (November-December 1996): 50-56.
     Blindspot, "Philip-Lorca diCorcia" N°. 8 (1996).

1994 Lapiz (Madrid), Vidal, Carlos.
     "Entrevista con Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Noticias del sueno americano"
     vol.12, n° 102 (April 1994), pp. 46-55.

1993 Flash Art, Meyer, Richard. "Philip-Lorca diCorcia: MOMA." 
     vol. 26, n°. 172 (October 1993), p. 85.
     Artforum, Indiana, Gary. "Five Nights of a Dreamer."
     vol. 31, n°. 5 (January 1993), pp. 63-67.
     The New York Times, Hagen, Charles. "Images Projected, Images
     Caught." April 30, 1993, p. C28.

1991 The New York Times, Kimmelman, Michael. "Joys and Terrors on the Home Front."       September 27, 1991.
     Artforum, Squiers, Carol. "Domestic Blitz: The Modern Cleans House."
     vol.30, n°. 2 (October 1991) pp. 88-91.
     American Photo, "American Icons.", vol. 2, n°. 3 (May / June 1991), pp. 66-82.
     Creative Camera, Bond Henry. "Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s Virtual Reality."
     n°. 309 (April/May 1991), pp. 24-25.

1989 Artnews, Cembalest, Robin. "Indelible Images."
     vol. 88, n° 4 (April 1989), pp. 174-179.
     American Photographer, Hart, Russell. "Philip-Lorca diCorcia."
     vol. 23, n°. 2 (August1989), pp. 54-59.

      Bibliography (Selection)

- Bruce, Chris. After Art: Rethinking 150 years of photography.
  Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 1994.
- Galassi, Peter. Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort.
  New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1991.
- George, Alice Rose, Abigail Heyman and Ethan Hoffman,
  eds.Flesh and Blood: Photographers’ Images of their Own
  Families. New York: Picture Project, Inc., 1992.
- Grundberg, Andy. "Looking at Television" in Acceptable
  Entertainment. Paul Laster and Renee Riccardo,
  eds. New-York: Independant Curators, Inc., 1988.
- Kimmelman, Michael. "Assignment Time Square"
  New York Times Magazine (May 18, 1997): 43-45 and 68-69.
- Morgan, Stuart. "Deliberate Fictions"
  Frieze 31 (Novembre-Décembre 1996): 50-56.
- Oates, Joyce Carol. "Philip-Lorca diCorcia"
  DoubleTake 3:1(hiver 1997): 30-33.
- Philip-Lorca diCorcia. New York: Museum of Modern Art,
  New York and Harry N. Abrams, Inc, 1995.
- "Philip-Lorca diCorcia" Blindspot N° 8 (1996)
  p.44-49 (three color photographs).
- Stack, Trudy Wilner and William Tolan.
  Family Matters: An exhibition of Works by Sally Mann,
  Vince Leo, Melissa Shook and Philip-Lorca diCorcia.
  Tempe, AZ: Northlight Gallery, Arizona State University,1993.
- Yamagishi, Koko. "Philip-Lorca diCorcia - Portraits of   
  Contemporary Americans" Deja-vu N°. 15 (1993):97-113.