Anderson Wrangle has exhibited at the Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio je Janeiro, FotoFest, Lawndale Art Center, and Rudolph Projects/Artscan Gallery, among many others. He has received a 2012 Clemson CAAH Seed Grant to pursue a collaborative photographic survey of the Savannah River, 2012 Clemson Center of Visual Arts Faculty Research Grant for his exhibition a hand's width, and a 2010 Clemson University Research Grant for his photographic survey of the Upper Savannah River Watershed. He was a finalist for the 2011 Clarence John Laughlin Award and was nominated for the Baum Award, and the ARTHouse Texas Prize in 2008. He was a fellowship resident at the Vermont Studio Center in 2005, and received a 2003 Emerging Artist Grant, sponsored by the Cultural Arts Council of Houston & Harris County, and a 2001 Photography Fellowship from the Houston Center for Photography and was a 2001 Fellow at the American Photography Institute National Graduate Seminar. His work is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro/Coleo Joaquim Paiva, and many private collections, including that of the American writer Ann Beattie.
Anderson Wrangle was born and raised in Houston, Texas. He received his B.A. from the University of the South, and has lived in Prague, Portland, and New York, and worked for the Portland Art Museum and FotoFest. After an assistantship at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, he began his graduate studies in the NYU/ICP photography program in 1998. He went on to receive his M.F.A from the University of Houston in 2001. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art at Clemson University.