Faisal Al Fouzan is a self-taught urban photographer from Kuwait, who finds inspiration from art, in all its forms. He considers the camera an extension of himself in which to capture his observations and preserve them forever. His work focuses in the urban and social landscapes of Kuwait, often portraying marginalized people, architecture, urban decay, and the banal objects of everyday scenes that usually go unnoticed.



Photographer for the Kuwait participation at Venice Biennale 2012.

Group exhibitions:

2015: Everyday Middle East - Gulf Photo Plus (GPP), Dubai. 

2014-2015: The EyeEm World Tour - A travelling exhibition in Miami, San Francisco, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and Toronto.

2014 - STREET. - Gulf Photo Plus (GPP), Dubai.

2013 - Kursi- A Tribute to a Chair - Design Terminal, Budapest.

2013 - Kreate - Bayt Lothan, Kuwait.

2012 - Mubarakiyah “Scenes from Daily Life - Contemporary Art Platform (CAP), Kuwait.

2012 - Peace One Day - Contemporary Art Platform (CAP), Kuwait.


Awards, Mentions & Links:

2014- Recipient of Arab Documentary Photography Programme (ADPP) Grant - by Magnum Foundation in partnership with The Arab Fund for Art and Culture (AFAC) and the Prince Claus Fund.

2013 - Featured on Instagram's list of Suggested Users.

2013 - Juror Award of Merit from International Fine Art Photography Competition.

2013 - National Geographic editors favorite photos in photo community Daily Dozen.