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Monika K. Adler: What’s on January 2022

What’s on January 2022 Monika K. Adler’s photography works are shown in the following exhibitions: 12 January 2022 – 25 February 2022 ‘Postcards from Europe’, Shutter Hub, Cambridge University, Cambridge, United Kingdom January 8-14 2022 A benefit for Visual AIDS: ‘Postcards from the Edge”, Visual AIDS, New York, United States Until 16 January 2022 Body

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Involuntary Memory will be shown at Southwark Park Galleries in London: 37th Annual Open Exhibition

I feel excited that my video work ”Involuntary Memory” will be shown at Southwark Park Galleries in London. 37th Annual Open Exhibition Preview: SUNDAY 14 NOVEMBER // 1PM–4PM 17 November –11 December 2021 // LAKE GALLERY Exhibition Open: WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM–4PM Involuntary Memory:

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Monika K. Adler’s upcoming exhibitions 2018

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,

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Monika K. Adler – Sobering Galerie Paris – the Show #6 of TIME is Love.8

Sobering Galerie in Paris will be hosting the Show #6 of TIME is Love.8 on Tuesday 20 October 2015. Featuring : Az Taleb, Abdoul-Ganiou Dermani, Alexandre Braga, Anna Sileks, Anthony Rousseau, Carlos Aires, Cristina Pavesi, Danushka Marasinghe, David Blandy, Flavio Sciole’, Francesca Lolli, Irina Gabiani, Isidora Ficovic, Jennida Chase, Joas Nebe, Kai Welf Hoyme, Laura

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Director’s Statement: Sick Bacchus (2016)

DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT: SICK BACCHUS (2016) “The more we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it.” Set in London and the equatorial regions of South America, 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

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