b. 1961, Israel

Kander moved to Johannesburg, South Africa, when he was three. He began photographing at an early age and moved to London in 1982. In 2009 he was awarded the Prix Pictet for Yangtze, The Long River series and named International Photographer of the Year at the 7th Annual Lucie Awards. He has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London with a series of portraits celebrating London’s hosting of the 2012 Olympics, and has works in their private collection. His work appears in publications including New York Magazine, Rolling Stone and Garage Magazine. The New York Times devoted an entire issue to Obama’s People, his 52 portraits of President Obama’s inaugural administration. Kander was also commissioned by Time to photograph President Barack Obama for their Person of the Year 2012 cover and HRH Prince Charles for their November 2013 cover.

Exhibition details of "PHOTOFAIRS | Shanghai 2016" (9 - 11.9.2016) 
Exhibition details of "Curves of Moon and Rivers of Blue" (10.5 - 19.7.2014)

Media coverage (Christies, 11.2.2016) 

Artist Statement - Yangtze, The Long River
Artist Statement - Bodies. 6 Women, 1 Man
Artist Biography

Media Coverage (Prestige, July 2014)
Media coverage (a.m. post, July 2014)
Media coverage (ArtAsiaPacific, 18.7.2014)
Media coverage (HK Magazine, 23.5.2014)
Media coverage (48 Hours, 22.5.2014)
Media coverage (Wall Street International, 16.4.2014)