Inbal Abergil is a photographer who was born in Jerusalem, Israel and currently resides in New York City. She studied photography at Jerusalem's Hadassah College in 2001 and received her B.Ed.F.A. with honors in 2007 from the Midrasha School of Art. In 2011 Inbal will obtain her M.F.A from Columbia University, School of the Arts. Inbal seeks to investigate aesthetic and societal norms held by both Israeli society and the world at large through the concept of time and memory. Each body of work uses the varied options contemporary photography offers, from documentary to staging. Her work has won awards from the Gale Rubin Photography Competition, The America-Israel Cultural Foundation (AICF), and a Rabenovich Prize from Tel-Aviv's Department of Art and Culture. She has exhibited work in New York City, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Amsterdam, and throughout Israel. Her most recent solo show, 24 Frames Per Second, was presented at the Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery in New York City this past summer.