Monika K. Adler’s upcoming exhibitions 2018: 209 Women – Portraits of the female Members of Parliament, curated by Hilary Wood, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, UK 209 Women – Portraits of the female Members of Parliament, curated by Hilary Wood, Palace of Westminster, London, UK – DECEMBER 2018 Tunis International Feminist Art Festival Choftouhonna, Le Théâtre National Tunisien,
Today in Argentina: ‘The Civilizer, 2018’. Print for the upcoming show ‘Hiperconnnected museums’, Museo Municipal de Arte de Puerto Madryn, Madryn, Argentina 18 May 2018.
Here are a few images from the Sick Bacchus movie production design journey. These include Sotheby’s ‘The Impressionist & Modern Art Evening and Surrealist Art Evening sales on 28 February in London, which reached a combined total of £136,001,500, led by an exceptional Picasso portrait. Femme au béret et à la robe quadrillée (Marie-Thérèse Walter)
CICA Museum ‘Portrait 2018’ – Catalogue. Read here…
Monika K. Adler’s work Coyote, 2013 will be shown at the Exhibition: Portrait 2018, CICA Museum, Czong Institute of Contemporary Art, South Korea: www.cicamuseum.com Exhibition Dates: January 5 – 21, 2018. The work ‘Coyote’ is one in a series portrait works of the artist and her partner made in 2013. The work communicates the intimacy
Sick Bacchus (film production) met The Last da Vinci Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi (1500) at Christie’s London. ”As fascinating as any best-selling thriller, the rediscovery of Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi, one of fewer than 20 surviving paintings accepted as from the artist’s own hand, has caused a worldwide media sensation”
Set in London’s Mayfair, Monika K. Adler’s upcoming movie, ‘Sick Bacchus,’ tells a story of modern slavery. The movie’s main character, the rich and beautiful Violetta Memling, represents a privileged group in society for whom material abundance breeds pathology. Every thing and everyone can be bought, reduced to the role of objects, made shallow and
THE MARTYRDOM OF THE ANGEL’S BODY THE FEMALE ARTIST AS NAKED SIGNIFIER ROBERT SMART In one of the most emblematic photos of the late photographer Francesca Woodman’s photo sequence On Being an Angel, the model assumes a physical posture and a position in the frame suggesting that she is in flight or at least attempting