I have been nominated to HUNDRED HEROINES. The Royal Photographic Society campaign to honour one hundred photographic Heroines. Who is your Heroine? See nomination here… To celebrate the centenary year of women’s suffrage in the UK The Royal Photographic Society is running a campaign to honour one hundred photographic Heroines. 2018 is being hailed as
What’s new? We got married last month. Secretly! (September 5th, 2018, London, UK)
SOMEONE Poetry about a poem Someone’s got to write about the burnt out sun About the rain About the pain Someone got to sing about god about god’s thoughts about him and herself Someone’s got to draw Someone’s got to paint about crying in a strangers arms about how their no friends at all Someone’s
F-Stop Magazine – Issue #90 Land, Sea, Air – August – September 2018, USA Read here… image: Ade Adekola
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.
Illuminations: Towards Abyssinia, comprises a series of photographic works that implicitly reference the life of poet Arthur Rimbaud. Here begins a journey of transformation inspired by his own, one of unrelenting reaction against established society. ’Abyssinia’ here is both state of mind and ultimate destination, the objective being to disappear, become the other. The