Claudia Nierman graduated with a degree in Graphic Design from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. He subsequently obtained his master's degree from The Basel School of Design, Switzerland. Parallel to her work as a graphic designer, Claudia has a career of more than 25 years as a photographer and teacher in the area of photography and design. He has taught since 1988 in various campuses both in Mexico and abroad. Among them are the ITESO University of Guadalajara, at the Boston Art Institute of Lesley University in Boston, MA, Universidad Iberoamericana, Universidad Anáhuac and Centro.
Because of her photographic work, since 1987 she has been invited to participate in more than 30 group exhibitions and 22 individual exhibitions in various museums and houses of culture in the country including the renowned Cabañas Cultural Institute in Guadalajara, and around the world in New York, Boston, Irvine, Palo Alto, Berkeley, New Orleans, Seattle, Ohio, Switzerland, Monte Carlo, Budapest, Hungary and Paris.
Since 1996 she has been appointed a Member of the Mexican Plastic Salon participating since then in five group exhibitions under the auspices of said institution.
His work has been published in various books, magazines, and catalogs. Examples of his work both in design and illustration are the book "Tearing time, the strange Jews in the house", the magazine "Horizons" 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, the book "Land to put down roots" among others.
He has received international awards and recognitions, of which Aguascalientes 1991 and 1995 stand out (Young Art contest with honorable mention) and first place in the Judah L. Magnes Museum photography contest, Berkeley, California in 2000.
Claudia Nierman's work is in public and private collections around the world.
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