Kai Caemmerer

Kai M. Caemmerer (b.1988) lives and works in San Francisco, CA. His current work explores the psychological resonance of architecture and the urban development of cities in inner-mainland China. He earned his BA in photography from Western Washington University and his MFA in photography from Columbia College Chicago. He has received recognition and support from the Stuart R. Abelson Foundation, the Golden Colt Awards sponsored by the People’s Government of Shangrao City, The Luminarts Foundation, and the Dave Bown Projects grant. Included in PDN’s 30 New and Emerging Photographers (2017) and Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 50 (2016), Caemmerer has exhibited internationally, most recently at the Singapore International Photography Festival, the Tokyo International Photography Festival, the 2016 Ground Floor Exhibition at the Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, and the 2016 AIPAD Photography Show in New York. His work has been featured by WIRED magazine, Le Monde, PBS Newshour, ARTSY, Featureshoot, and Urbanautica, among others. Caemmerer’s work is held in the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, IL.

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