Inbal Abergil is a visual artist and an educator originally from Jerusalem. Her work has been exhibited internationally in museum and gallery exhibitions. She has had solo shows at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York, Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery, NYC, Tova Osman Gallery, Tel-Aviv, and Kibbutz Art Gallery, Tel-Aviv. Abergil has also shown at Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, Center for Contemporary Art Derry -Londonderry, Noerthern Ireland, Meneer de Wit Gallery, Amsterdam, Museum of Photography, Tel-Hay, Israel, Museum of Israeli Art, Ramt Gan, Israel, Jeonju Photo Festival, South Korea, Shulamit Gallery Venice, California, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, NYC, Aperture Gallery, NYC, and most recently her work is included in the “Capture your Freedom” exhibition at Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, NYC.

Abergil’s work is in the permanent collections of the Israel Museum, Fisher Landau Center for Art, Haaretz and The American University Art Museum. Her photographs have appeared in publications such as The Los Angeles Times, Lens Culture,Musée Magazine, Photograph Magazine, PDN and BuzzFeed. Her first monograph, N.O.K-Next Of Kin, came out with Daylight Publishing.

Abergil is the recipient of numerous awards, mostrecently she is the recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Grant (2017-2018), and her work has been shortlisted for the 2018 Documentary Essay Prize at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Her seriesNothing Left Here But The Hurt has been nominated for the prestigious Prix Pictet Photography Prize (2012). She was selected as a 2013 FlaxArt International Artist in Residence, Northern Ireland, and was an artist in residence at Baxter St at the Camera Club of New York (2015). 

 Abergil received her M.F.A. in Visual Arts from Columbia University (2011), and her B.F.A. with honors from the Midrasha School of Art, Israel (2007). In addition to her studio practice, Abergil is an Assistant Professor of Photography at Pace University.