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Christopher Anderson
b. Canada, 1970
Featured Essays
Feb 17, 2017
Christopher Anderson went to the Pas-de-Calais region in Northern France, which used to be the industrial heart of France due to the local coal mining industry that had employed thousands. In the 1990s the last mines closed and soon after heavy industry left the region. Once a stronghold of the French Communist party, the French 'rust belt' is beginning to shift to the right, with workers aligning... More...
Featured Essays
Feb 17, 2017
During the Summer of 2015, Christopher Anderson travelled through forgotten France - the France of Menton, Saulieu and Bray-Dunes, small cities and countrysides.
As France enters an important period, with national elections being held on April 2017, Anderson offers a colorful and poetic look at France and its people.


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Aug 25, 2016
Christopher Anderson traveled to Havana and photographed Karl Lagerfeld’s massive Chanel fashion event. Though he’d staged events in unusual locations before, this one’s quite different for Lagerfeld: Cubans rarely witness such displays of capitalist luxury. More...
Aug 25, 2016
On assignment for the New York Times Magazine, Christopher Anderson photographed famed American artist Chuck Close at home and while preparing for, and during, his opening at the Pace Gallery, New York.

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Featured Essays
Jun 16, 2016
As of today, 21 of New York City’s buildings are at least 800 feet tall but only three are residential. This high altitude was long limited to office space but an elite few, striving for bragging rights, have been buying residences high above the city. Only 40 people can claim to live above 800 feet but, reacting to the demand, developers are constructing more residential towers - by 2020 at least... More...
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