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I. Proprietary Rights The photographs contained on this, and any other site under the christopherrimmer.com domain, are the property of Christopher Rimmer and are protected by Australian and International copyright laws. All copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property rights in this site, are the property of Christopher Rimmer          …

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Angela Tandori Fine Art Gallery based in Melbourne, Australia is proud to present internationally acclaimed photographer, Christopher Rimmer’s latest body of work, Confluence – Tradition & Modernity & the Last Tribes of the Kunene River. Photographed over three years, Confluence raises pertinent questions about the tension between modernity and tradition and its effect on the…

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Courtesy of Art Business News, Written by Gillian Macintosh   British photographer, Christopher Rimmer brings the last tribes of Africa to New York in a breath taking series of large-scale photographic portraits. Art Expo, New York, 2019 was abuzz with excitement following the official launch of Christopher Rimmer’s latest body of work, Confluence – Tradition and…

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  Originally published in The South African Art Times and reproduced here with permission Photographer, Christopher Rimmer’s latest project entitled, Sign of Life, documents two abandoned diamond mining towns, Kolmanskop and Elizabeth Bay in south western Namibia; both towns are slowly being buried by the constantly shifting sands of the surrounding Namib Desert. The award…

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This article was originally published in March 2015 edition of U.S. Outdoor Photographer Magazine and reproduced with kind permission. It was the end of the summer, and I was driving along the south coast of South Africa. The international success of my previous exhibition of photography, “Sign of Life,” had left me in the enviable…

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  Amapondo is the striking new series by acclaimed Melbourne-based, South African photographer, Christopher Rimmer. The series comprises twenty large-scale photographs featuring indigenous cattle set against the idyllic backdrop of Port St. Johns Beach on the eastern coastline of South Africa. Central to this series is its title. Amapondo means the people of the Mpondo…

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The gaping mouth which serves as the entrance to Luna Park has been an iconic Melbourne landmark for over a century. Located in the seaside suburb of St Kilda, in what used to be Melbourne’s bohemian heartland, the area has now fallen into decline in terms of cultural significance. Many of the artists who made this…

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What do you do when you have a three ton panic stricken elephant charging directly at you? Do you continue shooting or run for your life? I did both. The day began just like any other. Out of camp before dawn and settled into a natural hide near a waterhole with all our camera equipment, just as the first rays of sun began to…

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