Girls play during break time at the Secondary school Justo Sierra in the  Mazahua indigenous community of San Antonio la Cienega, San Felipe del Progreso, in the Estado de mexico, Mexico

Girls play during break time at the Secondary school Justo Sierra in the Mazahua indigenous community of San Antonio la Cienega, San Felipe del Progreso, in the Estado de mexico, Mexico

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about.me

Adam Wiseman is a British/Mexican photographer whose distinctive artistic career, spanning over 30 years, has been marked by his relationship to photojournalism. His subjects are clearly interposed with his longstanding understanding of image as something between document and intersubjectivity. 

After graduating from New York University and the International Center of Photography in New York, Wiseman worked as a fine-art darkroom printer at Magnum Photos. Wiseman has since worked on assignment for publications like the New York Times, National Geographic, Le Monde, Rolling Stone and may others and he has done commercial work for companies such as Apple, Yahoo and American Express.  

He has dedicated the last decade of his career to personal projects which have been exhibited internationally and can be found in a number of private and public collections most notably those of the Universities of Stanford and Berkeley, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and The Smithsonian.  

Wiseman who has twice been the recipient of Mexico´s most prestigious national art's grant Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte / FONCA, currently divides his time between Mexico City and London, working on personal projects, lecturing and giving workshops.  

 

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