List of photobooks by Anderson, Christopher

Christopher Anderson is an American photojournalist. He covered numerous conflict zones and political subjects in Afghanistan, Israel & Palestine, Iraq, Haiti, Venezuela. He was awarded a "Robert Capa Gold Medal" for a reportage on refugees fleeing Haiti in 1999, and two "World Press Photo Award".

© Portrait by Bill Phelps, taken from the World Press Photo website

Christopher Anderson is an American photojournalist. He covered numerous conflict zones and political subjects in Afghanistan, Israel & Palestine, Iraq, Haiti, Venezuela. He was awarded a "Robert Capa Gold Medal" for a reportage on refugees fleeing Haiti in 1999, and two "World Press Photo Award".


© Portrait by Bill Phelps, taken from the World Press Photo website


Anderson also does magazine and press work and portraiture. He published several books, including "Capitolio" about the Chavez presidency in Venezuela (Editorial RM, 2009), "Stump" (Editorial RM, 2013) about the spectacle of the American politics and "Approximate Joy" (Stanley / Barker, 2018), an intimate portrait of contemporary China.


Christopher Anderson was one of the first members of VII Photo agency, then left to join Magnum Photos in 2005.

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  • Presentation by Stanley / Barker :  " Christopher Anderson's photographs portray a contemporary China in the midst of perpetual reinvention. « I have seen the future and it is now and it is China. There is no need for the past. It can be erased. A new happiness is being constructed, an approximation of joy, better than the real thing. »   -- Christopher...

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  • .Sold out. Publisher's presentation: "Stump is a radical close-up treatment of the spectacle of American politics in an era marked by unprecedented political partisanship, most notably during the recent presidential campaign.As one of today's most influential political photographers, Anderson has enjoyed rare behind-the-scenes access to the inner workings...

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