Britta Adler has already worked as an artist in various constellations and genres. She first studied painting at the Philipps University of Marburg, then contemporary dance in Berlin and at the Bruckner Conservatory in Linz, before she was part of the five-member artist group Artists Anonymous was. From the master class exhibition by Baselitz to exhibitions at the Neue National Galerie ...


Interview for curator.site

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

Artists Anonymous 

From 2004 to 2009 Britta was part of the 5-member artist group "Artists Anonymous". The works (painting, photography, installation performance) were produced together and are represented in many museums and private collections worldwide: Deutsche Bank Collection, Saatchi Collection; Rubell family collection, Miami, USA, Zabludowicz Collection GB, etc. Exhibitions include Hamburger Bahnhof, Venice Biennale, Neue Nationalgalerie. 

The last exhibition of Artists Anonymous in the AA galeryin Berlin 


are an artists collective around Britta and Ron Helbig. With their background in dance and physical theater, they bring a choreographical approach into the visual arts incorperating different techniques and genres in a post-media condition – like installation, painting, performance, photography, dance, sculptures, collage and new media.

More info under www.GODsDOGs.de

Karl Oskar Gallery

With their walk-in installations, painted sculptures, photo-works and performances, GODsDOGs create a sense of overload. The duo collage phantasmic myths with cyberpunk imagery, film stills with lived through experience, wooden constructions with filigree drawings. It is like time, colour and form were inter-folded and condensed, to form gates into parallel worlds.

More info under www.karloskargallery.com