(London, England, 1961 - )
Jonathan Anderson; born 1961 London UK Edwin Hock Low; born 1957 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low met while sharing a darkroom in London. Since 1990, the duo has worked together on a broad range of photographic projects addressing portraiture, architecture and nudes. Their most widely known work depicts aspects of sport and the lives of athletes and performers. Champions, a series of black and white portraits of athletes, was a charitable project to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation and raise awareness of the global issue of HIV/AIDS. That series debuted at London’s National Portrait Gallery and traveled internationally. Anderson & Low’s work is in the collections of the Tate Modern, Victoria & Albert Museum, the National Portrait Gallery (London), National Portrait Gallery (Australia), Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and High Museum of Art. Six books of their photographs have been published.View objects by this artist.