Anna Adler (b. 1983) is a New York-based artist born in Moscow, Russia. She is an artist and educator working across disciplines with a focus on sculpture, installation, and performance. Adler is interested in masking and revealing identity, socio-cultural critique and intergenerational dialogue through art. Her group exhibitions include (J)anna Inc. Ltd. TODAY, NOW, FOREVER, Festival Zazit Mesto Jinak, Prague, Czech Republic (2013); Three Different Actions, Take Care of Your Square, Public Performance/Theater Festival Behind The Door (Zadvermi), Prague, Czech Republic (2013); BAND PRACTICE, DAMU, Dept. of Alternative & Puppet Theater, Prague, Czech Republic (2013); Sound Walk, series of choreographed guided walks, collaboration with Sivan Eldar, Josefov & Vaclavske Namesti, Prague, Czech Republic (2013); and BORDERS, Fulbright Exhibition, Staycation Museum, Berlin, Germany (2013).
Adler’s residencies and awards include Fulbright Grant, Prague, Czech Republic (2013); and Harold Arts Residency, OH (2011). Her publications include “Confrontational Ceramics,” Judith Schwartz, University of Pennsylvania Press (2008). Adler received her B.S. from New York University and M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Photo credit: Courtesy of the Artist