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Christopher AdachSan Cristobal de Las CasasMexico

2018Photographic Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper Matte

Edition 1 / 10

53 x 35 cm

Photo was taken during sunset.

WOOCS 2.1.9

$ 177

1 in stock

I was born in 1970 in Lublin, Poland. After formal education between 1995 and 2007 I was mostly known as music events entrepreneur, embodying my artistic visions in my privet music clubs, but also, I was pioneering music art- projects in post-industrial abandoned spaces in my hometown in Lublin. Parallel to my career as music entrepreneur, I was also designing interiors for both individual and commercial clients. Some of my projects were published in local and national press focused on interior design. Between 2003 and 2005 I made two trips to London, living there for almost 2 years participating in many London’s, mostly underground music projects, in 2005 I returned to Poland for another two years and in 2007 finally I moved to UK. In year 2011 I was graduated with Interior Design & Decoration Diploma of Rhodec International School in London finishing at the same time Diploma of Higher Education in Interior Design at London Metropolitan University. At the same year I accomplished my second degree with Diploma of Professional Photography at the Photography Institute in London. My first major work as photographer was collaboration with the historian writer Christopher West in London for his historic book of ‘The Story Of St Katharine's’ published in 2014. Between 2013 and 2014 I was also collaborating with one of the leading celebrity photo agencies in London. My unique style was discovered by Wikipedia for which I contributed many of my photographs for almost 40 articles of international stars including Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Radcliffe, Ralph Fiennes, Hugh Jackman or Bill Murray. In 2014 I decided to leave Europe and moved to Mexico. Between May 2014 and February 2016 I was living in Merida, Yukatan during which time I was participating in several artistic projects such as ArtHo, Collective ‘Parque Hidalgo’ and Collective “Parque de la Maternidad’ , displaying my works on many local exhibitions. In February 2016 I moved again, this time to colonial city of San Cristobal de Las Casas in rural, indigenous state of Chiapas, where I live up to this day, collaborating with local art galleries and selling my art on local artesanal market widely know and respected in all corners of Mexican Republic for selling local craft such us textiles, clothing, jewelry, etc. In 2018 my work was noticed by national TV Azteca which recorder 30 minutes reportage about me, then shown on national TV Azteca channel. My work is regularly present on many blogs, websites and services dedicated to tourism in Mexico, Latin America and abroad.

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