The National Portrait Gallery of Australia in Canberra re-exhibits Anderson & Low’s portrait of Michael Klim to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
“Anderson & Low: Voyages and Discoveries” opened at George Eastman Museum, Rochester, New York, USA. This hugely augmented version of Anderson & Low’s Voyages exhibition also included works curated by the artists from the GEM’s massive photographic archive, and compared and contrasted these to different works by Anderson & Low, providing unusual narrative threads across different subjects and three different centuries. The exhibition ran until early 2020.
Throckmorton Fine Art, New York, USA exhibited “Anderson & Low: RITUALS – Physical, Spiritual “. This exhibition included many seminal images from many of Anderson & Low’s previous sport-related projects and also premiered their new project Sacred Earth, a series of studies of traditional Indian wrestling,
Who Shot Sports, Allentown Art Museum, Pennsylvania, USA
Who Shot Sport , Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan, USA
14 December 2017 - 2 April 2018
Palm Springs Art Museum accessioned a special two-volume collection of work from the project Champions by Anderson & Low to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation for the permanent collection. The project, first released in 2008, features nude athletes from around the world, their nudity being symbolic of vulnerability to AIDS.
Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery (Skidmore College, New York, USA), published Borrowed Light: Selections from the Jack Shear Collection. The catalogue, including work from Anderson & Low's seminal Athletes series, follows the successful exhibition of this collection to celebrate its acquisition by the museum.
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire accessioned a gift of photographs including work from Anderson & Low's Circus project.
14 March - 25 June 2017
Voyages exhibition at the Media Space, Science Museum, London, UK
1 June 2017
Who Shot Sports exhibition opens at the Olympic Museum, Lausanne, Switzerland
February - April 2017
Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the present, opened at Tampa Museum, Florida. The exhibition is curated by distinguished photographic historian Gail Buckland. It highlights the representation of sport and it's impact on the history of photography (not merely sports history). The exhibition features over 200 photographs and includes images by Anderson & Low from both the projects Endure - An Intimate Journey with the Chinese Gymnasts and Athlete/Warrior.
12 November 2016, 3pm
Book signing event for Anderson & Low - On the set of James Bond's Spectre. The book signing will be held at Paris Photo, Grand Palais, Paris at the Hatje Cantz, Stand F4.
7-9 October 2016
9-11 September 2016
PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai 2016 : Works include projects from Anderson & Low On the set of James Bond's Spectre, Gymnasts, City of Mines, exhibited by Camerawork (Germany), BlueRider (Taipei, Taiwan) and Hahnemühle. Anderson & Low gave a lecture at the Photo Shanghai programme on 10th September.
28 July - 4 September 2016
In celebration of Rio 2016, a selection of Anderson & Low's portraits of athletes are displayed in the Olympians from London to Rio exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London, UK.
15 July 2016
Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present, opens at the Brooklyn Museum, New York. It is curated by distinguished photographic historian Gail Buckland. It highlights the representation of sport and its impact on the history of photography (not merely sports history). The exhibition features over 200 photographs and includes images by Anderson & Low from both projects Endure - An Intimate Journey with the Chinese Gymnasts and Athlete/Warrior.
24 June – 27 August 2016
Welcome to the world of Anderson & Low is an exhibition featuring 8 different art projects by Anderson & Low exhibition, displayed at CWC Gallery, Berlin (the contemporary gallery space of Camera Work gallery). This is the largest solo exhibition of Anderson & Low's work ever shown by a commercial gallery, and it will also premiere the complete project, On the Set of James Bond’s Spectre.
The complete City of Mines exhibition is acquired by the El Pomar Foundation. The exhibition City of Mines was first exhibited at Penrose House, and later at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. This acquisition ensures that this exhibition will remain in Colorado as part of the state's artistic and historical legacy.
11th March 2016 – 19th February 2017
A History of Photography: The Body comprises 110 works from the V&A's permanent collection, made between the 1840s and the present day, all exploring subject of the body and the human form. It includes Anderson & Low's nude images of the Gymnasts (NDGT) from their portfolio 'X Prints'.
28 October 2015 - 10 January 2016
Bond: Behind the Scenes of Spectre, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK. Anderson & Low's portraits of some of the key crew who worked on Spectre are in this display. The portraits were taken on the sets at Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire, UK.
Anderson & Low's new project, On the Set of James Bond's SPECTRE is premiered at Phillips, London. 5 unique prints from the series go on view on October 30th, prior to being auctioned by Phillips on 6th November.
Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens theatrical poster is released featuring Anderson & Low's work.
Prints from Athlete/Warrior go on display at "New Arrivals: Photographs from the O'Neil Collection" Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, USA as part of an exhibition from a major donation of works to the museum.
Anderson & Low awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society at a ceremony in The Royal Society London.
Exhibition, City Of Mines at Penrose House, Colorado Springs, CO 80906, USA. 28th September - 2nd October. Continues at Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, CO 80903, USA 10th October - 3rd January, 2016
Work from Manga Dreams is in Tech 4 Change, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium in Norway. The exhibition has as its point of departure the Statoil art collection, and all the art presented in this exhibition is owned by Statoil.
Work from Circus by Anderson & Low is acquired by Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, USA, as part of a major gift of contemporary photography from Nancy and Tom O’Neil, a Dartmouth alumnus from the Class of 1979, along with works by Ed Burtynsky, Abelardo Morell, Fazal Sheikh and others.
20th March – 3rd May 2014
Manga Dreams exhibition at Young Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
Works by Anderson & Low are acquired by The Baltimore Art Museum as part of a major gift of contemporary photography, along with works by Edward Burtynsky, Richard Misrach and others.
The works are from Anderson & Low's Athlete/Warrior project the diptych of prints are of Chris Dingman, Lacrosse Player from the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis.
Read: The Baltimore Sun
September – December 2013
National Portrait Gallery, London, UK, acquires two portraits by Anderson & Low from their Skyfall series, commissioned and shot on the film sets of the movie during its production at Pinewood studios.
The portraits are of Sam Mendes (Director) and Michael G Wilson (Producer).
The portraits were displayed from September until the end of the year in the exhibition, Achievements: New Photography at National Portrait Gallery, London UK
May – July 2013
The premiere Western exhibition of Endure – An Intimate Journey with the Chinese Gymnasts opened at Fahey Klein Gallery
29th August 2012
Paralympic stamps launched by Royal Mail. The Royal Mail becomes the first postal administration of a host country ever to issue a set of stamps to celebrate the start of the Paralympics Games.
This set of stamps, designed by Pearce Marchbank, was commissioned by Royal Mail and features newly commissioned portraits of Paralympic athletes shot by Anderson and Low.
The limited edition of Endure – An intimate Journey with Chinese Gymnasts is published by Serindia Publications.
19th July - 23rd September 2012
Road to 2012: Aiming High at the National Portrait Gallery, London for London 2012 Cultural Olympiad Festival.
Exhibition opened by HRH The Duchess of Cambridge on 19th July 2012
You can read reviews and related news items here: The Telegraph, The Standard, The Independent, The Daily Mail
26th June - 2nd September 2012
Two Manga Dreams solo exhibitions opened in Paris, France:
La Maison Européenne de la Photographie
Galerie Photo 12
Taken together, these complementary exhibitions at 2 venues in close proximity display a comprehensive range of this project in two elegant, contrasting settings.
11th June - 3rd September 2012
Manga Dreams solo exhibition at Musée de la civilization, Quebec City, Canada
8th May - 19th August 2012
Premiere exhibition of Endure – An Intimate Journey with the Chinese Gymnasts at Serindia Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
12th May - 15th July 2012
Manga Dreams prints and video exhibited in ‘Future Pass’, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan
February 2012 - August 2012
Manga Dreams solo exhibition at Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK
19th January - 8th April 2012
Family Intimacies project at the National University of Singapore Museum, Singapore
NUS Museum Family Intimacy
NUS Museum Publication
8th December 2011 - 11th March 2012
Manga Dreams prints and video exhibited in Future Pass, Wereldmuseum, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
4th June - 27nd November 2011
Manga Dreams prints and video included in the Future Pass, at the 54th Venice Biennale 2011, 4 June – 27 November 2011
April - December 2011
Pieces from Chrysalis acquired by Akron Art Museum, Ohio, USA for immediate display, seen in context with works by Donald Judd, Sol Lewitt, Jackie Winsor and John McLaughlin
26th January - 5th March 2011
Manga Dreams recieved it’s first dedicated exhibition at Hamiltons Gallery, London
Four pieces from Anderson & Low’s latest project, Manga Dreams are acquired by the National Gallery of Australia, and are currently on display.
Two pieces from Chrysalis are acquired by the South East Museum of Photography, Florida, USA
20 March - 28 September 2008
Athletes & Olympians, In August 2008, the formal handover of the Olympic flag marks the start of the London 2012 Olympiad. To celebrate the occasion, this display brings together a selection of great British Olympians of the twentieth century
14th June 2004
Anderson & Low's newly acquired photographs were exhibited in this display to mark the 2004 Olympic and Paralympic games held in Athens.Olympians and Paralympians, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK,