Adél Koleszár (b. 1986 Hugary) is a Mexico City based photographer. The main focus of her work in the past years has been human violence, and how its constant reception can structure the society and the self. She looks for these issues from different aspects of life, from different countries and from different social groups. Adél creates visual stories based on real events, but she transforms reality into a more lyrical visualization by staging the events in order to have an emotional and thought provoking impact on the viewer. Adél was a Capa Grand Prize fellow in 2018.

 

Exhibitions: 

 

2018 November - Az erőszak sebei - Pop up exhibition organised with Pesti Kitértő

2018. October - THIRTYTHREE – A New Horizon of Photography at Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest at Capa Center

2017. December - Golden Boundaries - Youth Culture in Contemporary Photgraphy at Capa Center

2017. October - VIEWFINDERS – Hungarian photography from the past half century 1967-2017 at Capa Center

2017. March - Vitamina A - Nueva generación de fotógrafas en México at Biblioteca Vasconcelos, Mexico City

2016. October - New Soutes of Faith - At Art Market Budapest Capa Center presented the works of Adél Koleszár, winner of Best Portfolio Award at the Budapest Portfolio Review 

2016. June - Echoes - City, Society, Conflict & Self in Hungarian Photography at Alma Gallery, New York

2015. June - New Soutes of Faith - Solo exhibition at Supermarket Gallery