Christopher Anderson (1970)

Christopher Anderson (1970) was born in Canada and raised in the United States. In 2000, Anderson received the Robert Capa Gold Medal for his series on the crossing made by boat by Haitian refugees to the United States. He was also nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. He has worked for Newsweek Magazine and National Geographic Magazine and in 2011 he became the first Photographer in Residence at New York Magazine. He is a member of Magnum Photos. Five books have been published on his work. Following ‘Nonfiction’ (2003), ‘Capitolio’ (2009), ‘Son’ (2013) and ‘Stump’ (2014), his latest book ‘Approximate Joy’ will be published in September of this year by Stanley/Barker. Anderson lives and works in both New York and Barcelona.

Portrait © Bill Phelps

The New Yorker

The New Yorker

August 30, 2018
'The Anxious, Hopeful Faces of Young People in Shenzhen, China'

Ignant

Ignant

May 16, 2018
'Christopher Anderson Photographs With An Unashamedly Subjective Eye'

Esquire

Esquire

June 30, 2017
'Has Political Photography Changed Under Trump?'

British Journal of Photography

British Journal of Photography

May 3, 2017
'Project: Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson’s Bleu Blanc Rouge'

Culture Trip

Culture Trip

April 10, 2017
'From War to Celebrities: Photographer Christopher Anderson'

The Photographic Journal

The Photographic Journal

March 7, 2016
'Chrsitopher Anderson'

GUP Magazine

GUP Magazine

June 12, 2013
'Fair Game: An Interview with Christopher Anderson'

Vogue Italia

Vogue Italia

January 16, 2013
'Vogue Masters: Christopher Anderson'

FK Magazine

FK Magazine

January 10, 2013
'Interview with Christopher Anderson'

Vice Video

Vice Video

November 2, 2012
'Entering New Worlds Through Photography'

AmericanSuburbX

AmericanSuburbX

February 27, 2012
'A Conversation with Christopher Anderson'

Haute Photographie 2019

Christopher Anderson, Mona Kuhn, Bownik

Thu 7 Feb 2019 - Sun 10 Feb 2019


Art Fair
Rotterdam (NL)

Christopher Anderson

'Bleu Blanc Rouge'

Fri 2 Nov 2018 - Sat 22 Dec 2018


Soloshow
The Ravestijn Gallery