Since 2015, Britta Adler has been curating group exhibitions as a freelancer. Often on a larger scale. In addition to artistic quality, the diversity of artists and their works is important to her. She passionately brings socially relevant themes into an artistic discourse.  The exhibitions "bitch MATERial" & "bOObs" (co-curated with Saralisa Volm) were shown in Berlin and Hamburg and met with great response in the press. The exhibition series was recently awarded the first prize of the Green Party's "Hatun Sürücü" Women's Prize. For innovative topics at the edge of the taboo renowned artists could always can be won over.

For more info and short videos of different exhibitions see: www.arte-veni.de


30 January - 13 March 2022
Kunstverein Hoher Fläming
Curated by Britta Adler & Halina Hildebrand.

Artists u.a.:
Lara Azul, Ayelet Carmi & Semira Saraya, GODsDOGs, Miki Gamzou, Miriam Lenk, Gabriele Oelschläger, Adi Oz-Ari, Cornelia Renz, Semra Sevin, Peter Wilde

The ten international artists show sensual, conceptual, poetic and philosophical works through various media: painting, photography, graphic art and sculpture.

18 September - 21 November 2021
Curated by Britta Adler

Artists u.a.:
Georg Baselitz, Mary Bauermeister, Joseph Beuys, Georges Braque, Kerstin Grimm, Aisha Juma, Rune Mields, Pipilotti Rist, Fatma Shanan,  Antoni Tàpies

44 artists from 17 countries ask what spirituality means today, beyond faith. On 500sqm, the paintings, sculptures, photographs and installations show a sensual, critical or interactive artistic exploration of the forms contemporary and earlier waves of spirituality.

21 September - 28 September 2019
Raum linksrechts 
Curated by Britta Adler & Saralisa Volm

Artists u.a.:
EVA & ADELE, Thorsten Brinkmann, Thedra Cullar-Ledford, Muri Darida, Annique Delphine, Amrita Dhillon, GODsDOGs, Camila Gonzalez Corea, Julija Goyd, Clemencia Labin, Sophie Mayanne, Eglė Otto, Raquel Paiewonsky, René Schoemakers, Semra Sevin, Frédéric HJ Schwilden, Peter Wilde

The artists behind bOObs think it is time to free the breast and take it for what it is: part of the female body, identification marker and projection surface that is allowed to hang, stand, sit and fall out of the blouse everywhere.

20 February - 08 March 2019
Karl Oskar Gallery 
Curated by Britta Adler & Saralisa Volm

Artists u.a.:
Aleah Chapin (Portrait Award, National Portrait Gallery)
Birgit Dieker (Kunstpreis der Akademie der Künste Berlin)
EVA & ADELE (Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Venice Biennale)
René Schoemakers

We are not born with it, but it makes us a woman: the female breast. She is a source of life and a source of indignation.

22 March - 08 April 2018
Studio 1 Kunstquartier Bethanien
Curated by Britta Adler & Saralisa Volm

Artists u.a.:
Pipilotti Rist, Candice Breitz, Mathilde ter Heijne, Almagul Menlybaeva, Ruprecht von Kaufmann, Tracey Snelling,  Lara Schnitger

bitch MATERial stands for the powerful, contemporary and above all diverse form of mother identity. The exhibition is accompanied by an extensive programme: Panel discussions, PechaKucha event and men's regulars' table on the topic of mother images, family and gender in the art market. With over 30 international artists.

bitch MATERial celebrates the mother as creator. Mothers create children, art, careers and controversies. It is about the diversity of mother images. Is a mother allowed to make porn? How sexy or how well-behaved can mothers be these days? Is it permissible to do without children? And how much mother is there in a man?

22. September 2018
Bar Babette
Curated by Britta Adler

Artists u.a.:
Inna Artemova, Bardolim/Voronzov, Olivia Berckemeyer, Emmanuel Bornstein, Anina Brisolla, Claudia Chaseling, Grigori Dor, Nezaket Ekici, Xenia Marcia Fink, GODsDOGs, Jacqueline Heer, Halina Hildebrand, Lisa Junghanss, Katrin Kampmann, Miriam Lenk, Sadie Lune, Milovan Destil Markovic, Markues, Corry Siw Mirski, Maria Naidyonova, Tracey Moffatt, Walpurga Pauels, Jo Pollux, Kathrin Rank, Sandra Ratkovic, Cornelia Renz, Maik Schierloh, Susanne Schirdewahn, Ann Schomburg, Nadja Schöllhammer, Tanja Selzer, Semra Sevin, Zuzanna Zita Skiba, Johanna Smiatek, Jonny Star, Alex Tennigkeit, Mathilde ter Heijne, Peter Wilde, Christopher Winter, Sahar Zukerman


A study commissioned by the BBK Studie clearly showed that women are nowhere near as successful in the art world as their male counterparts. The at least equal number of female art school graduates are contrasted by a far smaller percentage of female artists who show and sell in galleries and at art fairs, let alone in museums.  We are still far from "gender equality" (here the download detailed results of the bbk study).  The big question is: How do we deal with this? And how do we want to change it!

The Ballery
Curated by Britta Adler & Simon Williams

Artists u.a.:
Anne Michaux, Ann Schomburg, Arno Bojak, GODsDOGs, Grigori Dor, Jan Quirin Maschinsko, Katrin Kampmann, Konstantin Dery, Miriam Lenk, Monica Carvalho & Richard Rabensaat.

At the vernissage there were insect tapas from Mikrokosmos Berlin and the artworks also showed nature in an unusual way. Quirky, profound, funny and thought-provoking - just Funky!



Behind the Bitch interview

Preis des Hatun-Sürücü Frauen Preises


Sarah Abu Abdallah


Assume Vivid Astro Focus

Katharina Arndt

Inna Artemova

Georg Baselitz 

Mary Bauermeister

Kirsten Becken

Olivia Berckemeyer

Joseph Beuys

Emmanuel Bornstein

Zoulikha Bouabdellah

Georges Braque

Candice Breitz

Thorsten Brinkmann

Anina Brisolla

Daniele Buetti

Jonas Burgert

Aleah Chapin 

Claudia Chaseling

Thedra Cullar-Ledford

Jan Davidoff

Milovan Destil Markovic

Amrita Dhillon 

Birgit Dieker

Marcus Eek

Martin Eder

Nezaket Ekici

Boris Eldagsen

Joachim Elzmann 

Oana Farcas

Jo Freeman

Philipp Fürhofer

Camila Gonzalez Corea 

Various & Gould

Julija Goyd

Kerstin Grimm 

Hassan Hashemi

Meirav Heiman

Mathilde ter Hejne 

Andy Hope 1930

Oda Jaune

Lisa Junghanss

Katrin Kampmann

Ruprecht von Kaufmann

Courtney Kessel

Thomas Klingenstein

Oh-seok Kwon

Clemencia Labin

Matt Lambert

Miriam Lenk

Carina Linge

Colette/Laboratoire Lumiere

Alisa Margolis


Sophie Mayanne 

Bjørn Melhus

Almagul Menlibayeva

Rune Mields

Tracey Moffatt

Jennifer Oellerich

Eglė Otto

Adi Oz-Ari 

Raquel Paiewonsky

Kathrin Rank

Oliver Rath

Jen Ray

Cornelia Renz 

Pipilotti Rist

Römer + Römer

Nicola Samori

Iris Schieferstein

Maik Schierloh

René Schoemakers

Fatma Shanan

Tracey Snelling

Johanna Smiatek

Lara Schnitzer

Edelweiss Förbundet Stockholm

Fiete Stolte

Despina Stokou

Frédéric HJ Schwilden

Nadja Schöllhammer

Antoni Tàpies

Alex Tennigkeit

Vincent Dance Theater

Emilie Trice

Saralisa Volm

Monica von Rosen 

Peter Wilde

Christopher Winter

Sahar Zukerman