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Adriana Groisman was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and studied photography at the International Center of Photography in New York (1984-85). Upon her return to Argentina in 1985 she began working as a photojournalist for Editorial Perfil, a magazine conglomerate. In 1987 she started to work for Editorial Atlantida, a multi-media organization. In 1993 she became a photo correspondent for Clarin, one of the world's largest Spanish-speaking newspapers.
She has been affiliated with the international picture agency Contact Press Images since 1989. Groisman's work has appeared in major publications in the USA and abroad; these include The Smithsonian Magazine, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Newsweek, The Atlantic, Black and White Magazine, Aperture, Sette-Corriere della Sera in Italy and French GEO. Her work is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston.
Her tango work was exhibited at the photo gallery of the Teatro San Martín, Buenos Aires, Argentina (1999); the San Francisco Camera Arts, California (2000); the Festival de la Luz at the Centro Cultural Recoleta in Buenos Aires (2000); the Musée De La Photograpie A Charleroi, Belgium (2003); The Hereford Photography Festival, England (2003); the Festival de la Luz at the Centro Cultural Recoleta (2004); Leica Gallery, New York (2005); the National Library in Buenos Aires, Argentina (2005); Hovedbibliotek, Esbjerg, Denmark (2005); Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2005); and Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Biennale in Tucumán, Argentina (2006). Her first book, "Tango Never Before Midnight" was published by Editorial Larivière in December of 2004.
Adriana Groisman lives in New York and travels frequently to Argentina.