“I love to deal with taboo topics like age, sex, abuse, spirituality, sex work, money, addiction, power, guilt, trauma, and death, but my work is not about provocation.” Britta Adler
Britta Adler is a German artist based in Berlin. Along with Ron Helbig, was part of the artist group, “Artists Anonymous” founded at the Universität der Künste Berlin (masterclass Baselitz). Adler and Helbig collaborate under the name “GODsDOGs”, and create large-scale installations combining photography, performance, and painting. Adler is also known for curating the feminist group exhibitions, “bitch MATERial” and “bOObs,” co-curated with Saralisa Volm. Adler will have a solo show at the White Villa in Joachimsthal near Berlin, where she will introduce her new art persona, Lara Azul.
Adler’s work has been exhibited in galleries such as Haunch of Venison, Zurich; Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, Berlin; Gallery Goff+Rosenthal, New York; as well as in international art fairs like Frieze London and in institutions like Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin. Collections include the Saatchi Collection, London; Deutsche Bank Collection, London; and Arthur Zeckendorf Collection, New York.