"Maestro Adal’s images are at once clear and ambiguous, and pose a question. Are they a record of a perceived experience, or a record of a particular moment plucked from an infinity of time and place?
Each gallery is a splendid journey, just like Kavafys' Ithaka, 'full of adventure, full of instruction'" ~ Ray Rebortira
"I've always felt that, as a photographer, our work is so much a product of our accumulated experiences. If this is true, the life of Mr. Tiburzi has truly been rich beyond all measure"
~ Bill Hughes
"Les angles nets et les perspectives profondes sont 'habillés' de tons chauds étouffants et de bleus tranchants et sombres.
Mais derrière cette dureté/force de style se cache une profonde et impérieuse exploration des vibrations et émotions. C'est... l' Adalisme" ~ Gilles Navet
"Adal's entire mindset is an out-of-the-box experience. He combines image with thought, thought with word and word with image. And in doing so, his aesthetic web is woven and we all are willing captives" ~ Jeanne Newman
"Adal creates the sort of symbolic and allusory images that Authors such as Umberto Eco write of the 'need to decipher'.
Embedded within them is often a rich complexity, philosophical and literary references with meaning far beyond the obvious.
His images challenge us to interpret and understand; but we are enriched by seeing the world through his vision" ~ Kimberly Borchardt
"Looking at Adal's galleries I always have the impression of 'tasting' in premiere some special element,
something we will (possibly) only later see in the work of other photographers" ~ Andrea Aschedamini
"Why wasting time looking at these photos? Spot what you want, stop on which you can.
Then take a breath... and rush to photograph..." ~ Luca Zanoni