Noah Fodor (b. 1999), is a Pittsburgh-based landscape photographer and artist. Primarily dealing with place and the built environment, his work is heavily conceptually driven and borders on documentarian. His photographs survey the neighborhoods surrounding downtown Pittsburgh as well as the lush, wealthy communities around the area. His work deals with themes such as notions of history, membership, geography, isolation, displacement, corruption, and violence as he works with photographs, archival photographs, collage, and text.
Fodor’s work has been showcased in 'The Fix' magazine's 'Place' issue in 2019, and the ‘Matter’ issue of 2020. He was also in the 2019 & 2020 PPU Juried Show where he exhibited 6 photographs combined. Along with those, he won an Honorable Mention award for his images from Safety and Seclusion at the 5th Annual Point Park juried show (2020). He has also been featured in online exhibitions through the Darkside Collective and Photo - Emphasis. Alongside these, he curated an online exhibition with Evan Perkins and his project When Light is Put Away. He has also been a featured artist on Point Park University’s website in 2020 where he is a BFA candidate for 2021.