Adel Buzali studied Photography at the International Center of Photography in New York City.
Photography has brought Buzali to countless enchanting places, which continue to inspire her in her career, propelling her to seek what is beautiful, both near and far. Her work can be found in collections throughout the world. Buzali’s projects have adventured into urban landscape as much as in the pastoral, to coastlines and beaches, portraits, in examinations of quotidian life and even into still photography for film.
Her most recent projects have focused on public pools and the relationship of people to water, the intimate life of swimming pools as they become landscapes of leisure. Her series Public Pools, which debuted in Paris at Galerie NH in November 2017, explores the movement of a contained body of water and the behavior of swimmers who share the same small space. This show was followed by the New York debut of Water and Proximity at Instituto Cervantes in October 2018.
Buzali has published work in many well known magazines, both in Mexico and in the United States. She has two published books of photography. Her first book, published in 2011: Antigua Veracruz, Lugar de Raices Profundas, was in collaboration with the Government of Veracruz and the Veracruzana Foundation, AC. These photos are included in the permanent exhibit VERACRUZANA, Centro Cultural y de Capacitación, in Antigua, Veracruz. Her second book, Antigua, a black and white photo journal, was published in 2015.
In her artistic quest, she has found many sources of inspiration that imbue her work with new life.
Adel Buzali currently resides in Los Angeles