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Monika K. Adler

Monika K. Adler is photographer and film director known for her challenging and provocative photography and experimental films. Her works have shown in hundreds of film festivals, art museums and galleries worldwide. Adler is a finalist of the British Auction House Christie’s First Open, 2015. In 2018 she was nominated to a Hundred Heroines – The Royal Photographic Society's Award. She is currently working on the feature film SICK BACCHUS.

The Fictional: London as Filmset

In William Gibson’s novel, The Peripheral, parts of a depopulated future London transform into anachronistic recreations of the past for…


The Pilgrimage: A Psychogeography of Loss

Our beloved dog, Misza, passed away on November 14, 2023. The same day, in 1905, that Rasputin first met Tsar…

Ethical question

Sick Bacchus: Luxury and the death-drive

“Capital is an abstract parasite, an insatiable vampire and zombie-maker; but the living flesh it converts into dead labor is…

Photo Exhibition

Patriarchal Sabbath

Photography exhibition ‘Patriarchal Sabbath’ by Monika K. Adler is a part of an online programme of the Auckland Festival of…

Photo Essays

Nostalgia: a life disrupted by war

The story of an immigrant’s remembrance of a life disrupted by war. Cold earth and blackened gun-metal. Taking with you…


Road Trip: Freedom, Nostalgia, Adventure

Vistula Bank near Płock. Poland Road Trip is always an adventure, especially when you travel alone. Freedom and independence in…


Abracadabra: London’s Transcendent Reverse

These photographs are the first in new series which looks at what lies on the periphery, between the realm of…


The Truth. A reflection on life in quarantine in London

The photography essay ‘The Truth’ is a reflection on life in quarantine in London and subtle encounters with death during…

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