Born in 1967, Adam Nadel works at the intersections of art, journalism, science, and human rights.

Honors and awards include:  New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Photography (2006, 2013), Queens Council of the Arts New Work Grant (2016,2018), Florida Humanities Council funding (2016), National Science Foundation funding (2012), a Magnum Foundation Emergency Grant (2013), First Prize at World Press Photo (Sports Feature 2003, Portrait Story 2004) First Place at Pictures of the Year International (News Picture Story 2002, Campaign Picture Story 2004, Portrait Story 2010, and Judges’ Special Recognition World Understanding Award 2010), a Pulitzer Nomination; New York Times – The Face and Voice of Civilian Sacrifice in Iraq (2006), first prize at the Project Competition at the Santa Fe’s Center (2006),  and the AIRIE Residency (2014), among others, and over 2 dozen exhibitions around the world in locations such as Chicago’s Field Museum, Hotel de Ville, Paris, and the UN Headquarters. +1.917.312.3469


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