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Family FOTO – Serpentine Galleries.


I am very excited my FOTO ‘’Winter of the Century’’ is featured in the online exhibition: ”Family FOTO”, Serpentine Galleries, London, United Kingdom Family FOTO is an international family album inspired by James Barnor’s Serpentine exhibition James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective. https://www.serpentinegalleries.org/family-foto/winter-of-the-century-poland-monika-k-adler/

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”Postcards from Europe” exhibition.


I am very happy my photography work ‘’The last time I saw Warsaw’’ will be shown in the Shutter Hub exhibition: ‘’Postcards from Europe’’ at Cambridge University, United Kingdom: November 2021 – January 2022.   26 February 2020: the last time I saw Warsaw. As I left the city to return to London, I took this photograph

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Monika K. Adler – The Body and Soul


Eliot pisał, że najokrutniejszym miesącem jest kwiecień. ’Wywodzi z nieżywej ziemi łodygi bzu, miesza pamięć i pożądanie, podnieca gnuśne korzenie sypiąc ciepły deszcz.” Marzec bywa jego smutnym preludium. Piękna kobieta z sąsiedztwa popełniła rozszerzone samobójstwo, uśmiercając siebie i dwóch synów. Wyglądali na szczęśliwych, a odeszli w sposób możliwie najboleśniejszy dla ciała. Grupa dzieci udekorowała ich dom białymi

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Rankin’s 2020 – the book


Rankin’s 2020 – the book Rankin’s 2020 – photography book accompanying the TV series. The publication includes my Work. Profits from the book will be donated to Mental Health UK. Waterstones Book Depository The book is listed as ‘unavailable’ on Amazon because we have not delivered books to their warehouse yet. We estimate delivery to

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Lagos Photo 2020: Home Museum


LagosPhoto 2020: Rapid Response Restitution HOME MUSEUM: https://homemuseum.net/grid/7332c26d-b402-4e1a-b371-f3ead5a4e1aa https://homemuseum.net I left home at 13, often changing addresses, cities and countries. My suitcase became smaller every year; however, I still have a few remaining childhood items until today, which I keep as totems. This is my story, the remains of my old identity, a sentimental journey

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