Ronnie Niedermeyer is an independent artist in the field of documentary photography. In Vienna, his work has been featured among other at Künstlerhaus, Leopold Museum, Weltmuseum and Wien Museum. A monograph, ‘Time and Vienna’, appeared in 2008. In 2011, his series ‘Blindsight’ won 1st prize at Amnesty International's European Photo Contest Against Discrimination. His portrait of Otto Muehl was awarded the overall victory among 7000 contestants at the Kurier Fotowettbewerb in 2014. In the same year, he edited and issued the photographic oeuvre of actor/director Otto Schenk. Ronnie Niedermeyer spent the summer of 2015 on an artist-in-residence grant at the One World Foundation Sri Lanka with filmmaker David Schalko and sculptor Peter Sandbichler. Following this, his photobook ‘Colors in Marrakesh’ was published to wide acclaim. As chief curator of photography at Lumina, he has exhibited the work of iconic Austrian artists such as Otto Schenk and Kurt Palm. Niedermeyer is a regular guest lecturer at the ‘Graphische’ university.