27 & 28 April 2019

Oslo Opens Reference group
Astrup Fearnley Museum for Moderne Art
Atelier Nord
Ekebergparken
Billedkunstnerne i Oslo og Akershus (BOA)
Forbundet Frie Fotografer (FFF)
Fotogalleriet
Fellesverkstedet
Kunstnernes Hus
The National Museum of Art, Archtecture and Design
Norsk Billedhoggerforening (NBF)
Norske Kunsthåndverkere Oslo og Akershus (NKOA)
Norsk senter for teknologi i musikk og kunst (NOTAM)
Norske tekstilkuntnere/SOFT
Tegnerforbundet (TF)
Young Artists Society (UKS)


Partners
Norwegian Crafts
Atelier
B-Open
OCA
Plot
Subjekt


Supported by
Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Arts Council Norway
City of Oslo, Agency for Cultural Affairs
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Hermansen, Hanne Grieg

Drawing

My artistic practice revolves around photo-based drawings, where the technique and the amount of time spent drawing is an important part of the expression. I work mainly with graphite pencil drawings, as well as some more sculptural yet drawing based works. I find the simplicity and directness of the materials paper and pencil appealing, although my visual expression can be both saturated and complex. Within a relatively narrow framework, I seek diversity in form, dimensions, technique and installation.

Thematically my latest works address the relationship between the mystical and the technical, with the interaction between light and darkness as a central subject. I am interested in how the photographic technology can get in the way of the motif, how this turns the presence of the photographer into the actual motif. I examine the relationship between the act of viewing and the experience of being viewed, to be present and at the same time not, as well as the use of means and how these means work disconnected from the context in which they originally were intended for.

Member of NBK, TF, UKS, BONO

3 hanne
Solnedgang ved Fagerholt
Fra romsas
Fra Romsås

Planned projects and exhibitions

2018: Sandefjord Kunstforening (september 1th – september 30th)
2019: Tegnerforbundet
2020: Østfold Kunstsenter

CV

Hanne Grieg Hermansen
Born 1984 in Oslo, Norway

99339819 / hannegrieg@gmail.com / www.grieghermansen.com

Education:
2008-2010: Bergen National Academy of the Arts (KHiB), MA programme in Fine Arts
2005-2008: Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO), Visual Arts, BA
2004-2005: Nordland College of Art and Film (NKFS), Visual Art.

Solo Exhibitions:
2018: Moss Kunstforening
2017: Kurant, Tromsø
2017: Vadsø Kunstforening, Vadsø
2016: Solen i granskoven, Prosjektrom Normanns, Stavanger
2016: Solen i granskoven, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
2015: Kongsvinger Kunstforening, Kongsvinger
2014: Residual Hauntings, Alta Kunstforening, Alta
2013: Zoom in, fade out, the end, NoPlace, Oslo
2012: Márkomeannu, Evenes
2012: Stone Tape, Samisk Kunstnersenter, Karasjok
2012: Stone Tape, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2011: Taphonomic Black, TagTeam, Bergen

Duo Exhibitions:
2012: Do not be lulled into thinking that you can look safely at the sun, in collaboration with Arna Kristine Lund-Johnsen, Kristiansund Kunstforening, Kristiansund
2009: Turning their backs on Oslo, in collaboration with Hans Kristian Borchgrevink Hansen, Kurant Visningsrom, Tromsø
2009: Turning their backs on Oslo, in collaboration with Hans Kristian Borchgrevink Hansen, Galleri Nb8, Oslo

Group Exhibitions:
2017: Samlet – en kollektivutstilling med kunstnerne fra Frysja Kunstnersenter, BOA, Oslo
2017: There Is No, Sámi Dáiddamusea, Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum, Tromsø
2017: The 71. Northern Norwegian regional exhibition, on tour in Nordland, Troms and Finnmark
2016: Juleutstillingen, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
2016: Tegnerforbundet 100 år, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2015: Sami Contemporary, Felleshus, Berlin, Germany
2015: Sami Contemporary, Kungsbacka Konsthall, Kungsbacka, Sweden
2014: Sami Contemporary, Samisk Senter for Samtidskunst, Karasjok
2014: Tegnebiennalen / Drawing biennale, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2014: Sami Contemporary, Norrbottens Museum, Luleå, Sweden
2014: Sami Contemporary, Korundi, Rovaniemi Art Museum, Finland
2014: Reflex, Vefsn museum, Mosjøen
2013: Åpent Hus (one of two invited artists for the yearly members exhibition), Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2013: The city is empty, Kronika, Bytom, Katowice, Poland
2013: De ureelle enemerker, Røgden Bruk, Grue Finnskog
2013: BGO-TRF, Sandefjord Kunstforening, Sandefjord
2013: REFLEX, Luleå Konsthall, Luleå, Sweden
2013: REFLEX, Samisk senter for samtidskunst, Karasjok
2012: REFLEX, Nordnorsk Kunstnersenter, Svolvær
2012: I begynnelsen var streken, touring exhibition produced for Den Kulturelle Skolesekken by Pilotgalleriet / Kunstnersenteret i Buskeud.
2012: Eplet og Stammen – Summerexhibition 2012, Seljord Kunstforening, Seljord
2011: Sparebankstiftelsen DnB NOR Stipendutstilling, Oslo Kunstforening, Oslo
2011: Beyond Deception, Galleri Erik Steen, Oslo
2011: Reshuffling Forest (Hellebou Vol. 3), Holodeck, Oslo
2011: Hørte Annualen, Hørte Dampfarveri, Sauherad
2011: True Norwgian Black Drama part 3 – No one should call you a dreamer, Galleri F15, Moss
2011: The 65. Northern Norwegian regional exhibition, on tour in Nordland, Troms and Finnmark
2010: December exhibition, Sandefjord Kunstforening, Sandefjord
2010: The Mosquito and the Ruler, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen
2009: An educated guess, USF Verftet, Bergen
2008: Material Works – Avgangsutstilling BA Kunstfag 2008, Momentum Kunsthall, Moss
2008: Vår Utstilling, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2008: Hjemme Alene, Tromsø Kunstforening, Tromsø
2007: Pencilstory, Galleri Nb8, Oslo
2007: Hey Hey! (We are the Mowglis), Podium, Oslo

Publications:
2011: Work featured in the magazine Hellebou #3
2010: Work featured in the magazine Hellebou #2
2010: Puzzle the Detective, 32-paged book made in collaboration with Hans Kristian Borchgrevink Hansen, on assignment from the band Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson
2009: Work featured in the fanzine Trus ö #5

Residencies:
2017: Can Serrat, El Bruc, Barcelona, Spania (with Øystein Wyller Odden)
2015: Trenza Negra Artist Residency, San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico (with Øystein Wyller Odden)
2011: Circolo Scandinavo, Rome, Italy (with Øystein Wyller Odden)

Reviews:
2018: I spennet mellom profesjonalitet og grasrotformidling, Lars Elton, Kunst Pluss, Nr. 1 2018
2017: The next generation, The art coup, Ola Vikås, HØTT – Arctic Arts Magazine, issue 02 – 2017
2014: Lenge Leve, Silje Rønneberg Hogstad, Billedkunst, Nr. 7 2014
2014: Genistreker, Arve Røed, Dagbladet, 27.10.2014
2012: På vei mot gapende elgskalle, Lene Ødegaard Olsen, Kunstforum, 25.04.2012
2012: Intervju: I et mørkt grenseland, Amalie Marie Selvik, Kunstforum, 24.04.2012
2012: Det sublime og banale – Noe og ingenting, Erling Mostue Bugge, Numer #91, mars 2012
2012: Trist Tablå, Mona Gjessing, Klassekampen, 11.01.2012
2011: Forsteinet lys, Synnøve Vik, Billedkunst No. 3, 10.05.2011
2010: Er der liv på Mars?, Susanne Christensen, Kunstkritikk, 22.04.2010

Grants:
2017: Fritt Ord, Project Support
2017: Norwegian Arts Council, Publication Support
2017: OCA, International Support for Translation of Text (ISACAT)
2017: Norwegian Crafts, support for translation of text
2016: BKV Project support
2016: Norwegian Government Exhibition Grant
2016: Norwegian Arts Council, Project Support
2016: BKH (The Relief Fund for Visual Artists), 3-Years Grant
2015: Kulturetaten, Oslo Municipality, subsidized studio
2014: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2014: Norwegian Government Exhibition Grant
2014: OCA, International Support with 03-funding
2014: Dáiddafoanda, Ad hoc-funding
2014: BKV, 2-Years Grant
2012: Astrid Aasen Scholarship
2012: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2011: Norwegian Government Exhibition Grant
2011: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2011: BKH (The Relief Fund for Visual Artists), Artist-in-Residency Support
2011: Sami Artist Council, 3-Years Working Grant for Young Artists
2010: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2010: BKH Masterscholarship
2010: Norwegian Government Artist Grant, Miscellaneous grant

Memberships:
NBK – The National Organization for Visual Artists in Norway
UKS – The Young Artists Society
TF – The Drawing Art Association of Norway
BONO – Norwegian Visual Atists Copyright Society

Open on: Saturday

Address

Kjelsåsveien 145, 0491 Oslo
Kjelsås stasjon

www.hannegrieghermansen.com