|Monika K. Adler is a Polish artist and film director based in London, The United Kingdom.|
Monika K. Adler’s film and photography work has been both critically acclaimed and generated a significant following drawn from audiences worldwide. She is currently working on her debut feature film SICK BACCHUS.
Her works have been shown in exhibitions, video art and film festivals internationally. These have included: Cannes Film Festival, Gwangju Biennale, South Korea, Gislaveds Konsthall, Sweden, The State Museum of Gulag, Moscow, BBC Event 100 Women, London UK (with FiL), Edinburgh International Festival, The National Art Gallery Wozownia, Torun, Poland, Facade Video Art Festival, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, The Nihilist International Film Festival, Los Angeles, International Feminism Conference 2013, The Institute of Education, London, National Press Gallery Seoul, Korea, Ilmin Museum, Seoul, Korea, One Billion Rising: London Arts Festival, Museum of New Art Detroit, Film Award For Films On Art, Portugal, Expressive Arts Institute, San Diego, Zeta Art Center & Gallery, Tirana, Albania, Sobering Gallery, Paris, National Institute of Fine Arts, Tetouan, Morocco, Sala Rekalde, Bilbao, Spain (with Time is Love.8), Galerie La Tour, Paris and the II International Festival of Photography Lodz, Poland.
She is best known her avant-garde films such as The Beauty of the Shadow, 2011, Chernobyl of Love, 2012, Purification, 2012, Misery of my soul, 2012, Wolfe von Lenkiewicz – Portrait of the artist, 2012, Come back to the trees, 2013, Mutability, 2013, On being an Angel, 2014, Involuntary Memory, 2014, as-well as the photography collections: Nokturn, 2002, Sacred Flesh, 2003, Mademoiselle Guillotine, 2004, Travel no End and other stories, 2005-2010, Chernobyl of love, 2011, Anxiety & Neurosis, 2012, Existence, 2013, Coyote, 2013 and Beyond Time, 2014.
Monika K. Adler’s films and image-based works have been the subject of a number of academic studies and essays and published in numerous magazines and publications.